Eidul Azha is finally here and while the heat and humidity is daunting, nothing can take away the excitement which the qurbani ka gosht (sacrificial meat) brings to us.
As the Eid holidays officially commence, all we can think of is spending the rest of the week eating and sleeping.
Here are all the dishes you can make with the qurbani ka gosht and tease your tastebuds.
Set your tastebuds on fire with spicy mutton karahi garnished with green chillies and corriander leaves. Pair it with piping hot naan. Need we say more?
You can simply never go wrong with BBQ. Perfect food for all those family dinner/lunches.
This exotic dish promises to tickle your taste buds and make its way to your heart.
Paaye is one of those typical Lahori dishes without which Eid feasts are never complete.
Haleem is the perfect dish to serve to your guests. Garnished with lemon, green chillies and fried onions, it makes the perfect dish to eat out of a bowl.
While both biryani and pulao are poles apart, if you fancy your meat with rice, you can make either of the two and satisfy the cravings.
Soak that naan (flatbread) into a bowl of nihari and slurp it till you go into food coma.