08/17/2012 06:31 pm ET Updated Aug 18, 2012

Eid Recipes For The End Of Ramadan

An instruction from the prophet Muhammad is to “eat together, and do not separate, for the blessing is in the company.”

After a month of fasting during Ramadan, Muslims will celebrate Eid ul-Fitr, a three-day festival with family, friends and food. We asked the HuffPost Religion community what they planned to eat during the festivity.

Eid menu’s included everything from pizza to Sheer Khorma , a traditional Arabic dish that includes vermicelli in saffron sweet cream. There were plenty of ideas for desert among our community as sweets are a big part of any Eid celebration.

A slideshow of replies from our community can be found below, as well as selected recipes from My Halal Kitchen, a Chicago based food blog run by chef and food writer Yvonne Maffei (thanks Yvonne!).

What are you eating for Eid? Tweet @HuffPostRelig with #eidmenu or send an e-mail with a picture of your festive food to

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