With Ramadan underway, the beautiful festival of Eid is often referred to as ‘Sweet Eid' because of the amount and variety of sweet dishes and traditional desserts that are consumed to celebrate the happy end of the long fast of Ramadan.
Celebrate Eid-al-Fitr with a colourful carnival of syrupy-sweet desserts that embrace flavours of the East and the aromatic scents of cinnamon and cardamom.
Snowflake’s expert baker, Asha Maharaj, shares her take on traditional Eid treats.
2. Semolina phrini
3. Syrup doughnuts
4. Caramel semolina pudding