Dubai:This ever-popular gastronomic destination houses some of the most talented chefs in the world. Also noted for its excellent Arabic food and Emirati cuisine, Dubai is the hub of multi-ethnic cuisines, offering elite dining experiences. Cook away these classic Eid al-Fitr recipes at home that come straight from Dubai’s renowned chef Jens Muenchenbach at Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah. He has crafted these delicacies with a pure heart, to make your Eid a delicious one. A delight for the taste buds, these recipes will leave you wanting more. 1. Fatet Hommus: Ingredients: 500g boiled chickpeas 500g yoghurt 10g peeled garlic 20g ghee 10g pine nut 10g red paprika 5g chopped parsley 5g cooking salt 30g fried bread 100ml water of chickpeas 10g dry mint Preparation: Put the chickpeas into a hot pan with garlic, salt, chickpea water and bread. Mix in the yogurt, parsley, mint, paprika. Add the hot ghee and pine nuts. Blend to a smooth consistency. 2. Mini Kebbeh Ball with Truffle Soup Ingredients: Truffle 3 g Yoghurt 300 g Lamb mince 200 g Pine nuts 15 g Crushed wheat 150 g Nutmeg 5 g Dry or fresh mint 4 g Egg yolk 1 Roasted almond 10 g Shallots 3 pcs Butter 15 gm Vegetable stock 1.5 ltr Carrot 30 g Baby marrow 30 g Crushed pepper to taste Salt to taste Turmeric powder 5 g Zattar sesame bread 1 pc Roasted almond Preparation: Mix the yoghurt, egg yolk and vegetable stock to make the stuffing for the lamb ball. Mix it well on low heat. Keep mixing, bring it to a boil, and add the dry mint, nutmeg, vegetables (carrot, baby marrow), turmeric and seasoning. Finish it with truffle and butter. On the side, after soaking the crushed vegetables for one hour, combine it with minced lamb and seasoning in the mixer. After this, shape the mixture into an open ball. Sauté the shallots with the lamb mince until cooked and add the pine nuts. Stuff the mixture in the lamb ball and close it.