Eid-ul-Fitr is also known as “Sweet Eid” because of the amount and variety of sweet dishes consumed on this occasion celebrating the happy end of Ramadan (which brings the mercy of Allah).
Variety of specialties eaten in different parts of the world to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr.
“Bint Alsahan“, a sweet made by folding thin layers of dough, topped with honey and nigella seeds.
“Manti” are dumplings which are typically filled with either seasoned lamb or a ground beef stuffing.
“You Xiang“, a fried-flour-based snack that can be eaten with soup or rice.
A special Eid bread called “Cambaabur” is a wheat-and-millet-based dessert is sprinkled with sugar and served with yoghurt.
“Bolani” are Stuffed flat-breads stuffed with either spinach, pumpkin, potatoes or green lentils.
A semolina pudding called “Mamounia” is served hot or cold and decorated with ground cinnamon and sliced almonds.