Are you looking for 12 Rabi ul Awal recipes to make your day special? It's a blessed month for Muslims as we celebrate the birth of 'Rahmatul lil Alameen' - our beloved Holy Prophet Mohammad (S.A.W.)
Here I am sharing some delicious and easy recipes that you can easily prepare at home to share with your family and friends.
I personally used to make Doodh ka Sharbat, Biryani, and Kheer but there are many other ideas that you can prepare to add festivity to share with your loved ones.
1. Milk Sharbat
Here is a simple and easy recipe to make refreshing milk sharbat famous as doodh ka sharbat. Traditionally people make with rose/gulab syrup but here I prepared with Rooh Afza that is super easy and delicious in taste. The garnish of ground almonds and pistachios makes it healthy and nutritious.
2. Keema Naan
Lahori keema naan is a special bread recipe from Punjab. Here I prepared it in a simple way that you can easily make at home. Stuffed ground mince in bread and then baked in the oven. (See also: Garlic Naan)
3. Sooji Ka Halwa
Another classic and traditional recipe is to prepare all-time favorite sooji ka halwa. You can prepare it a day before and simply serve and share it with your family and friends. It will hardly take 15 minutes to prepare.
Everyone loves to have Haleem. Here is the simple and easy recipe for chicken haleem. It's a Pakistani style haleem that can be easily prepared at home. You can also use beef to make the same recipe.
It's an Arabian rice recipe that people love to have in the middle eastern region. It has a special flavor and taste! Here I prepared Saudi-style chicken kabsa using a handful of ingredients. You can also try Chicken Mandi.
6. Semolina Pudding (Layali Lubnan)
In sweet recipes, semolina pudding or Lebanese-style layali lubnan is the best idea to serve with your family and friends.
7. Chicken Tikka Biryani
Normally people make biryani at special events. Here you can try chicken tikka biryani that special smoky taste of chicken in rice. I personally love this idea to prepare tikka biryani on the stove top rather than using the oven. You can try and I am sure you will love the idea.
If you are looking for some snacking ideas then Kachori is the best. You can prepare this recipe with different stuffing.
9. Meethi Tikiya
Many people relate this recipe to the different events but it's a form of sweet cookies that you can make any time to serve. It's simple and easy to make.
Another idea is to prepare chane ka pulao or pulao biryani. I have seen many people make pulao to distribute with families to share the value of this blessed month.
As the day is full of sweetness so serving or distributing Jalebi is the best idea. You can easily make it at home just by following few steps.
Here I shared few ideas that you can easily prepare at home kitchen. If you are fasting then make a plan to prepare a day before as it will give you convenience to celebrate your day. All these recipes can be prepared with handful of ingredients that you normally have in your kitchen pantry. People from Pakistan, Indian and Middle eastern region celebrate Rabi ul awal with fasting and sharing food with friends and family.
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