Simple dishes and edible treats for Eid al-Adha

Celebrate Eid through the offering of food


Persian-style mutton stew

Slow-cooked mutton makes for a fabulous Eid main course. We're big fans of this delicious recipe that sees the meat simmered with pomegranate molasses, cumin, coriander, dates and walnuts.

Tomato, fig and pomegranate salad

To make this beaut of a salad, simply combine juicy tomatoes, fragrant figs, sliced red onions, pomegranate seeds and mint. A drizzle of spinneysFOOD Balsamic Vinegar finishes it off nicely.

Saffron, lemon and herb rice

For a majestic-looking side, cook basmati with a big pinch of saffron and the pared zest of 1 lemon. Stir through chopped pistachios, coriander and parsley just before serving.


1. Al-Ameen Organic Raw Honey

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2. spinneysFOOD Medjool Dates

Generously filled with nuts and candied fruit, these sticky-sweet dates have a gorgeous toffee flavour.

3. Al-Ameen Organic Bee Pollen Granules

A great gift for a foodie. On trend and super-healthy, bee pollen granules can be added to granola mixes, stirred into cake batters and sprinkled over salads and yogurt.