Dubai: This ever-popular gastronomic destination houses some of the most talented chefs in the world. Also noted for its excellent Arabic food and Emirati cuisine, Dubai is the hub of multi-ethnic cuisines, offering elite dining experiences.
Cook away these classic Eid al-Fitr recipes at home that come straight from Dubai’s renowned chef Jens Muenchenbach at Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah. He has crafted these delicacies with a pure heart, to make your Eid a delicious one. A delight for the taste buds, these recipes will leave you wanting more.
500g boiled chickpeas
10g peeled garlic
10g pine nut
10g red paprika
5g chopped parsley
5g cooking salt
30g fried bread
100ml water of chickpeas
10g dry mint
Put the chickpeas into a hot pan with garlic, salt, chickpea water and bread.
Mix in the yogurt, parsley, mint, paprika.
Add the hot ghee and pine nuts.
Blend to a smooth consistency.