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Different Iftar recipe ideas to try at home this Ramadan

Ramadan is indeed one of the most special and rewarding month for the Muslims regardless of where they live.when fasting it is very challenging specially in summers, in that situation breaking your fast with right … Read More

Different Iftar recipe ideas to try at home this Ramadan

Ramadan is indeed one of the most special and rewarding month for the Muslims regardless of where they live.when fasting it is very challenging specially in summers, in that situation breaking your fast with right foods and juices to get back your energy . Iftar preparations are often carried out with passion and zeal in almost every household.

We highly recommend making a Ramadan menu and planning food. This wil save time and enrgy and also you get inner peace and more achievement in the month of ramadan.

A list of best iftar recipes

Everyone is worried about what to cook and what not in Ramadan. So, here is a list of some of the best iftar dishes ideas for you all, hope that will help you. Every Iftar should have a complete meal, that includes snacks + main course+ dessert. I saw a lot of Pakistani people eating all oil-fried snacks in Iftar, which’s bad for health, iftar should be complete not just snacks in it. So, I am trying here to show you some healthy iftar recipes to cook this Ramadan.

Mixed Pakora

Mixed Pakora is one of the crispiest and most common snack that can be found on almost every iftar table. It’s best to serve with evening tea. Different vegeatables like potatoes, onions, spinach etc. are added in the Mixed pakora that increases the healthy-meal factor. Mixed Pakora Recipe is easy to make ingredients include Besan, Onions, Potatoes, Red/Green Chili, and Oil. This is the dish that you made for your healthy iftar menu.

keema samosa

keem samosa is very famous Pakistani snack usually made on iftar. This a spicy samosa recipe. The spice of mince along with the crunch and sweetness of onions make a lovely combo. And when you dip your super crunchy samosa in green chutney, it’s a delight in every bite. You can freeze these too.

Haleem

Haleem is rich in nutrition as it is made with a variety of ingredients. It is very common in India specially in Hyderabad. It is surprising that Haleem is made of deferent 7 kind of dals. Slices of  mutton preparation slow-cooked along with lentils, broken wheat, and spices.

Paya Curry

Paya curry is made of sheep’s trotters, that cooked in a luscious tomato-onion curry. The best way to cook Paya curry is to give it some time and cook slowly and wait for the meat to get tender to obtain the best ever taste you can. Perfect for that Iftaar party at home.

Shami Kebabs

Shami Kababs is tender meat patties originating in the Indian sub-continent, and is eaten as an appetizer at the time of Iftar across Pakistan. This special Kebab is made using mutton, beef, or chicken, and stuffed with spices, and is so wholesome! Before the start of Ramzan, you can prepare a big batch of these shami kebabs, freeze them and fry a few, every other evening for your Iftar meal.

Cheese balls:

These potato balls is very delicious and enjoyable at iftar. These are flavorful, addictive, and will be loved by kids and grown-ups alike. You can serve this without any dip, sauce, or chutney as they are flavored well and mildly spiced.

Falafel

We typically eat falafel which is wrap in a pita and it is topped with cucumber-yogurt sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, and sometimes olives, but when the falafel itself is this good.

Some final words:

Though traditionally Muslims break their fast with dates and/or water, the Iftar menu has some irresistible delicacies that are an absolute delight to savor, after a day full of fasting. These special iftar dishes make it easier for you to try and taste delicious dishes while at home and to keep you healthy and nourished in the midst of this Coronavirus lockdown.

 

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