Monday, March 26, 2018

10 delicious and easy-to-make Iftar recipes for the month of Ramadan


During the month of Ramadan, Muslims keep a fast the whole day and later in the evening break their fast with an iftar meal. This meal comes with its own challenges because it needs to be high in nutrient value to compensate for a full day of fasting, before and after. Usually, iftar meals are a celebratory affair, with many families and friends gathering together for dinners with some spectacular and tempting fare. Keeping this in mind, here are 10 recipes that you can try out this year at home.


Mutton ResalaFrom Lucknow to Kolkata, this is the most popular among the Muslims. Filled with mutton gravy soup and mutton is what makes this iftar meal so special for Ramadan.


Lagan ni SeekhMutton is the king as when we talk about Ramadan recipes. Minced mutton, with some ginger-garlic paste and green chills is what makes this lagan ni seekh dish a great recipe for the occasion.


Gosht ki Dum Biryani: The most popular and favourite main course dish on the iftar menu is this dum biryani, which is filled with layers of mutton, spice and curd. Cooked over charcoal fire gosht ki dum biryani is a traditional recipe for Ramadan.


Malabar Moplah Kozhi Ada: A perfect iftar meal, Malabar Moplah Kozhi Ada is a traditional teatime snack, which are small and savoury crisp pockets filled with mutton, beef or chicken.


Mango Kesar Kulfi: Well, an iftar meal is not complete without a dessert. Also, beat the summer heat with a creamy mango kulfi, which combines the taste of sweet mangoes with crunchy pistachios. 


Manglorean Chicken Ghee Roast: Feel like having something very spicy and delicious? Well, then Manglorean chicken ghee roast is perfect for you. This is a fiery red, spicy and tangy meat with many spices roasted in it added with a butter or ghee.


Mini Samosas: Small, tasty, delicious and stuffed mini samosas are a staple for iftar meals. Try these deep-fried, golden-brown mini samosas that are light, pair it with some chutney for that added zing. 


Kapitan Chicken CurryThe delicious kapitan chicken curry is richer, thicker and drier standard of the chicken curry. It is a perfect iftar meal during Ramadan.


Kheer Baadshahi:To beat this heat, try out kheer baadshahi which is a rich flavour of boondi laddu added with some pomegranate and grapes. It is a sweet end for an iftar meal. 


Hara Bhara Kebab:Soft, tender and delicious to eat, hara bhara kebabs have always been traditional during Ramadan, especially for vegetarians. This perfect evening snack is made with spinach and gram dal, which is high in protein, iron, vitamins and minerals.

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