Eid al-Adha, also known as Bakri Eid, is approaching. This is the Muslim community’s second-most significant holiday and a festival celebrated with great zeal. The celebration honours Ibrahim (Prophet Abraham) for his readiness to sacrifice his son Ismail (Ishmael) in accordance with Allah’s mandate. Eid al-Adha will be observed on July 10 this year.

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Muslims will pray for peace and prosperity on this holy day in the early hours of the morning at mosques. People from the neighbourhood participate in the ritual by offering lamb or goat as well. They then divide the meat among friends, family, and those in need. Qurbani is the name of this ceremony.

Since the celebration is soon, here are the best 5 dry mutton recipes for the Bakrid feast:

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1. Mutton Shahi Roll

The dish contains every rich element, as the name would imply. Just one bite of the roll will have you drooling since it is so juicy and spicy. Soft and flaky paratha with a variety of sauces and a juicy kebab within.

2. Sindhi Mutton Fry

It is also one of those dry dishes that you may serve as starters at your Eid party to liven things up. All you need are slices of fried mutton cooked to perfection with a mixture of spices. Papaya is all you need to soften the meat because it will assist you in doing so.

3. Mutton Vadai

We’ve all tried kebabs and fried mutton. Let’s experiment with a fresh Mutton Vadai recipe for the Eid al-Adha meal. A variety of spices, minced meat, besan, chana dal, and vada are used to make this South Indian dish.

4. Madurai Kari Dosa

Do you know what Mutton Dosa is? If not, try the following instead. A dosa with three layers is the dish. A plan dosa makes up the bottom layer of the dosa, an egg omelette makes up the second layer, and minced meat makes up the top layer.

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5. Kerala Chipotle Mutton

Your Eid dawat will come to life with Kerala chilli mutton. The chilli mutton dish is as fiery as the name suggests. It does not, however, include any soy sauce or chilli sauce. The conventional components, such as onion, ginger, garlic, and coriander powder, are needed instead.