No one likes spending their Eid in the kitchen. It’s that one time of the year when families and friends find the time from their super busy schedules and get together. This also means plenty of guests and hence, the hassle of setting up the trolley for them. Well, worry not, we assure you that with the right choice of snacks and preparation, you will be able to find enough time to spend with your loved ones and also serve the best food.

Here are 3 snacks that will be your life and time savers this Eid:

3 Awesome Ways of Making Samosas:

Admit it, you too are guilty of reaching for the samosas first and always going for seconds. They are super crunchy and if made right, they are always a hit with the guests. We know you may be tempted to make the mainstream aloo ke samosay, but how about you spice things up a little and make one of these:

  • Chicken Vegetable Samosas
  • Sausage Samosas
  • Spinach and Cottage Cheese Samosas

Check out the super cool recipe:

3 Quick and Yummy Sandwiches:

Who doesn’t love a healthy and light snack after all the fried stuff that you have been binging on  in Ramazan.  It’s time to add some sandwiches to that trolley. They are the easiest snack to pull off and guess what, you don’t even have to stand in the kitchen to assemble these:

  • Cheese Mayo Sandwich
  • Avocado Sandwich
  • Bologna and Cottage Cheese Sandwich

3 Ways of Making Chicken Kababs:

We love ourselves some Kababs, eating red meat is a bit of a problem in this hot weather and let’s reserve it for the upcoming Bakra Eid. Meanwhile, we can always use chicken meat for the purpose of making Kababs. Here are 3 ways in which you can make some mazedaar kababs:

  • Simple Chicken Kababs
  • Chicken Kababs with Cheese Filling
  • Chicken Kababs with Anar Dana

We hope these recipes save you some time in the kitchen, you can easily prep up the samosas and the kababs before hand and store them in the freezer for frying later.

Amina Mazhar

Ever since I was a kid, eating has been a hobby. Once I grew up, I started stepping into the kitchen more often. Although I love to cook everything but baking is something I am very passionate about. Its my therapy and it definitely takes me to my happy place. Ofcourse, this hobby of mine also caters to my hyper sweet tooth as well, which is an added bonus. Because baking is something that I have learnt from my mother so it has a very emotional value for me. Since times immemorial I have seen my mom experiment with baking in the kitchen, I like to believe she has passed that skill on to me as well (I know i can never surpass her awesomeness).