Iftar recipes – A collection of over top 10 Iftar snacks recipes & sweets recipes for Ramadan. Iftar is a meal that is served at the end of the day to break the fast during the holy month of Ramadan. The ninth month of the Islamic calender is known as Ramadan also written as ramazan, ramzan or Ramadhan. Muslims across the globe observe fast for 29 to 30 days to commemorate the first disclosure of Quran.
Traditionally muslims break the fast with dates and or water. Haleem & nombu kanji are also consumed to break the fast in some south Indian states. After the evening prayers, iftar is taken and is usually enjoyed with friends, family and community.
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This little morsel of delight may not seem like much, but that’s because you haven’t tried it. One bight and you know why this little snack is a go-to for in-home meals or afternoon barbecues on the deck. Just make sure to make enough. They go fast!
No Eid is complete without indulging in some delicious kebabs. If the incessant rain is not letting you venture out of home and home-delivery options do not look too appetising then how about you make some fresh ones at home?
Shawarma is vastly popular across the middle-east, specially Lebanon. Chicken baked in a yogurt marinade, rolled up in pita bread and served with tahini or mayonnaise.
The very scent of this dish is enough to lure anyone into an uncontrollable appetite. Poked through a skewer over a coal fire, the fragrance emanated from this dish is enough to put a smile on anyone’s face.
Make this ultimate Punjabi snack from scratch. Dough pockets stuffed with keema masala mixture, fried golden and served with a refreshing hung curd dip.
Lahore style stir fry of mutton brain, sweet bread and kidney in assorted spices, served with mint chutney.
Keema Kaleji is minced mutton and liver cooked together in a spicy masala.Keema Kaleji is very popular among Mutton lovers and tastes best when served with rice or naan.