Are you also bored with eating Sheer Khurma and Biryani for Eid-al-Fitr? Here is something new for you to try for the festival.
Eid-ul-Fitr is the most special occasion for the Islamic community which marks the end of Ramadan. The nine days of dawn-to-dusk fasting end by cooking various recipes and giving Eid-ul-Fitr greetings to their friends and family.
Let us dwell a bit on some South Indian delicacies for a change in recipes for Eid-al-Fitr 2023.
Payasam is the best South Indian alternative to sheer khurma to enjoy on the day of the festival. The word is derived from ‘peeyusham’ which means nectar or ambrosia.
In Sanskrit, payasam is the other word for milk. South Indians enjoy this dish mostly in Onam in their traditional Malayalam feast known as ‘sadhya’.
Traditional Payasam ingredients include jaggery and coconut milk over sugar and dairy milk, primarily used in North Indian variants.
2. Rava Kesari
Halwa is the most common cuisine on the occasion of Eid. Rava Kesari of South India is much similar to Suji ka Halwa and is the best cuisine to serve to your friends and relatives. This bright orange dish with saffron on top looks quite appealing and invites people to its taste.
3. Mysore Pak
Mysore Pak is a traditional sweet with a beautiful melt-in-mouth texture. The cooks prepare this sweet treat by cooking besan in ghee, oil, and sugar syrup. This sweet is made from a traditional way of adding ghee and cooking the besan.
Confused with the name? Don’t worry. Imarti and Jhangiri mean the same but they are not similar to Jalebi. The South Indians prepare the dish with Uddin bele (urad dal) and fry it in round shapes. Then, they dip the fried dish in the sugar syrup to make it sweet and then serve it. The guests enjoy the dish with lots of happiness.
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