Sheer khurma means milk with date, the dried fruits. This sweet dessert is a favorite in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan.
It is cooked with milk, sugar, toasted noodles, and dates. This dish can be added with pistachios, almonds, or raisins, depending on the country. Served both hot and cold, it is a must-have item on Eid day in every household.
4. Tajine - Morocco
Tajine is a slow-cooked stew made of several types of meat such as lamb or beef with vegetables or fruits, such as prunes and apricots. Tajine is often served in North African countries, such as Morocco and Algeria.
5. Doro Wat - Ethiopia
Doro wat is a delicious Ethiopian soup or curry cooked with chicken, and usually eaten with injera bread. Doro wat is usually served as a communal dish to let everyone enjoy a meal together.
6. Lokum - Turkey
Lokum is loosely translated into “Turkish delight”, which is a favorite food during Eid and holidays in Turkey. This gel-shaped dessert is made from a combination of starch, sugar, and other fillings such as dates, pistachios, and walnuts.
Lokum has a great taste and is one of the most beautiful Eid foods as it is made in various colors and textures.