6 mouthwatering Eid desserts you must try

Published: July 8, 2016
Eid desserts over calorie control, any day

Eid desserts over calorie control, any day PHOTO: RACHNASKITCHEN

One of the biggest reasons to love Eid is all of the delicious food that comes with the holiday. Be it sheer khurma, sticky vermicelli or some exotic dessert your mum wants to experiment with, Eid treats tend to be pretty amazing.

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This festive season, we have compiled a list of tried and tested recipes which are sure to impress your guests. Here you go:

1. Bakhlava

If you are big on honey coated Turkish delights then bakhlava will satisfy your taste buds. This easy recipe of bakhlava will rank you as a master chef among your relatives.

Here are the step by step instructions:


2. Oreo cream trifle

This finger licking good recipe will be your ticket to culinary heaven. Oreos, chocolate pudding and whipped cream are a deadly combination for any palate.

PS: You can switch the chocolate pudding layer to cooking chocolate layer or mousse, depending on what you like best.


3. Mocha almond fudge ice cream

What more do we need in this sweltering summer than a big bowl of ice cream? After heavy lunches and dinners on Eid, this crunchy home-made ice cream will give you happy calories.

Here’s how to make it:


4. Vermicelli pudding or plain old doodh sawaiyan 

Meethi Eid is what it is because of sawaiyan. This common household dessert can be made more savory by adding a pinch of saffron.

Here’s a not so traditional way to make sawaiyan:


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5. Rasmalai

If rasmalai isn’t on your Eid menu then you are missing out. Nothing beats having cold, sweet rasmalai after a meal.

Here’s how to make it:


6. Moong dal halwa

This one takes time to make but it is sure to become your new favourite. Moong dal halwa is the warmth of your home packed in a bowl. Just dig in.

Get the recipe here.


Eid Mubarak!

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