Eid Mubarak

{chicken quacker soup}
{macarona with chicken}
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{she’reya}
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Today Muslims worldwide were fasting due to it being the day of Arafa. The Day of Arafa (Arabic: يوم عرفة) is an Islamic Holy Day, in which it is said that the religion had been perfected. It is the second day of the Hajj pilgrimage and the day after it is the major Islamic Holiday of Eid ul-Adha. At dawn of this day, Muslim pilgrims will make their way from Mina to a nearby hillside and plain called Mount Arafa and the Plain of Arafa. It was from this site that Muhammad (Salla llahu Alayhi Wasalam) gave his famous Farewell Sermon in his final year of life. It is said that a believer who fasts on this day expiates for the past year’s sins and the sins for the year coming.

My family and I went to my in-laws house to break our fast and my mother in law made an amazing spread. This is a typical meal that we would break our fast with during Ramadan. I hope everyone is enjoying their holiday, Eid Mubarak.

12 Responses to Eid Mubarak

  • it is a nice table setting Noor! Eid mubarak to you too!

  • Oh Noor, you can’t post pics without labelling the dishes! :D I recognise some!

    Eid Mubarak to you who always makes my mouth water!

    xxx

  • Thank you so much and Eid Mubarak to you all as well :)..

    Oh yea I could have. Lets see chicken quacker soup, macarona bil dajaj, mahalabeya, samboosas, shergy (spelling here lol).

  • eid mubarak sis!

  • Aw thanks! Is shergy the vermicelli dish. Is it sweet or savoury?

  • Ahh I added all the RIGHT names lol. I am going to add the recipe tomorrow inshAllah :) Its a Saudi special.

  • Eid Mubarak IVA :)

  • Nice! I want to make your muhallabiya recipe but I can’t find ground rice so do you think rice flour would work?

  • A belated Eid Mubarak wishes to you and your family.
    Your wonderful spread brings back sweet memories of celebrating Eid with my Omani sister years ago.

    xoxo

  • Oh, my. I’m not Muslim but I’d gladly fast if someone invited me to a spread like this. Yum!

  • Ahh Muna I hope your Eid was great inshAllah. Shay and Muna thank you for the kind words they mean a lot to me.

  • Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullah.

    Belated Eid Mubarak to you! Masha Allah, everything on the table looks delicious! I would like to try the Chicken-quaker soup. It looks exactly like the soup I had at a friendly host’s place in Jeddah back in 2003, while we were there to perform out Umrah. I would apreciate it if you share your recipe with me:)

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