For the world’s 1.8 billion Muslims, Thursday and Friday mark the conclusion of Ramadan, a 30-day period that requires participants to abstain from eating and drinking between sunrise and sunset.
The end of Ramadan is ushered in by Eid al-Fitr, a one- to three-day celebration abounding with culinary treats including sweet dishes like baklava and sheer khurma as well as more savory roti john and beef rendang.
Though some people may be tempted to overeat, experts suggest taking it slow to avoid bloating and other gastrointestinal issues.
Eid Mubarak to all our Muslim fans.
Best wishes for peace and happiness,
From the ParsiCuisine Team