Eid Milad-un-Nabi Recipes

Eid Milad-un-Nabi Mubarak


Milad-un-Nabi celebrations, an occasion to commemorate the birth of the Prophet. It is usually associated with the birthday celebrations of Prophet Muhammed, the founder of Islam. However, Milad-un-Nabi can also refer to the birth of other Sufi and other religious saints in Egypt.
The recipes vary considerably from country to country according to the local food habit of the region.
Here I am giving some of the recipes prepared by the Indians and Pakistanis...


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**********Sweets n Desserts***********

Badam Phirni

Badam Kheer

Seviyan
 

Apple Halwa

Sohan Halwa 

Lassi Adarak

Sufi Malpua


******Muslim's Biryani Special******

Mutton Biryani
 

Chicken Biryani 

***********Vegetarian***********

Pindi Channa   
     

Pumpkin Soup   
   

Aloo Amritsari   
   

Baingan Bartha
 
Tabuli 

*******Non-Vegetarian Recipes*******

Murgh Kaali Mirch    
    
 Kehtey Yogurt Chicken

Shami Kabab          
      

Tandoori Fish      
         

Chicken Pakora 

Namak Mirch Kheema

Mutton Curry       
       

Pakistani Prawns 
        

Karahi Chicken

Mutton with Egg Masala

Chicken Mussallam    
   

Nargisy Kababs     
      

Seekh Kabab           '
    
Bhuna Kheema    
         

Murgh Tikka Hariyali 
   

Chicken Shashlik    
      

Chapli Kababs        
     
Mrouziya           
          

Sankranti/Pongal Recipes

HAPPY SANKRANTI 2014
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Bhogi Recipes
Bhogi is the first day of three day festival Sankranthi. Special dishes are made for this festival with new rice. Following are the dishes made for Bhogi festival.

Athesara/Pulagam/Moong Dal Rice


Pachi Pulusu


Pesara Garelu



Poli/Bobbatlu


Sankranti Special Recipes
The second day is Makara Sankranti , also called "Pedda Panduga" (పెద్ద పండుగ), which literally means "the big festival", when everyone wears new clothes, prays to God, and make offerings of traditional food to ancestors who have died.
Following are the dishes made for Sankranti festival.

Paramannam/Sweet Pongal




Boorelu


Pulihora


Kalagura




Aavada


Kanuma Recipes
Kanuma Panduga (కనుమ) is not as widely celebrated, but is an integral part of the Sankranti culture. Mukkanuma (ముక్కనుమ) is popular among the non-vegetarians of the society.
Following are the dishes made for Kanuma festival.

Pesaratu


Coconut Rice


Chakkera Pongali


Curd rice
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Along with all the above recipes Enjoy the festival with the following Pindivantalu...


Ariselu


Sunnundalu


Boondi Laddu


Rava Laddu

                                      

Kajjikayalu


Rayalaseema Burfi


Sajja Boorelu


Jantikalu



Garelu

 


Telangana Sakinalu 


Andhra Chekkalu 


In addition to the above pindi vantalu enjoy the festival with some spicy Non-Vegetarian food..

Chicken Dum Biryani


Mutton Pulao


Fish Fry


Mutton Kurma


Chicken Tandoori