10 Delicious Iftar Ideas | Ramadan Recipes

Take a look at 10 Delicious Iftar Ideas | Ramadan Recipes You Never Tried Before. The time is nigh, and Ramadan is falling close upon us. And so begins the daily question of ‘What should we cook for Iftar today? Ya have any Iftar ideas for tonight?

1/ Batata Vada :

Batata Vada is a Gujerati potato food item – mashed potatoes ( batata) formed into a ball( vada) also dipped into gram flour and fried. It’s principally a mashed potato pakora – and I like that.

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2/ Hariyali Chicken :

This delicious funk form has an added perk that it’s SUPER quick – ready in 20 twinkles or lower! Serve this alongside a variety of carbs including naan, rice, paratha ( paratha roll sounds YUM), and a salad for a beautiful, complete mess. This form is my own.

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3/ Chilli Paneer :

Though Chilli Paneer isn’t a popular Pakistani form ( it’s firstly an Indian Indo-Chinese dish), this is an acommodity that always graced my Mum’s Iftar table at least formerly during Ramadan. It’s a firm family fave over there – and I love it too!

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4/ Murgh Makhani/ Butter Chicken :

I developed this form with the desire to produce a commodity that was the complete contrary of those exorbitantly rich, sickening, sweet adulation cravens some caffs serve. This form is a comforting kind of rich, juicy, and just so flavourful. No honey and sugar setup!

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5/ Keema Pasta :

This is surely a keeper for those days when you just can’t figure out what to cook, but also want commodity goods! This form is for a Desi style of diced-meat pasta.

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6/ Chicken Bread Chicken :

chuck was a commodity I made A LOT when I got into the kitchen during Ramadan as a youthful teen. There’s a commodity special about this and I can noway relatively get my cutlet on what – I suppose there’s an affinity to it that’s developed from having food particulars like this from bakeries in Pakistan on vacation.

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7/ Mango Lassi :

There’s nothing to relatively like a Mango Lassi when you need a pick-me-up! both fresh mango and mango pulp and gives so numerous tips and tricks for getting the perfect Mango Lassi!

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8/ Date Roll:

A step ahead in creativity from the standard stuffed date, this date roll is a log made from dates and nuts,  sliced into rounds. It looks and sounds beautiful!

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9/ Fruit Chaat :

Chaat was an absolute ESSENTIAL on our Iftar table growing up. I do try to always have a commodity of the kind on my own family Iftar table too – indeed if it is just a humble medley of 2- 3 fruits. This Fruit Chaat form comes with instructions on how to make a spiced Fruit Chaat masala too.

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10/ Pakora :

But, is this not one of the stylish iftar ideas? Like the OG Pakistani Iftar idea? Lolllllll I could talk about my love for vegetable pakoras for DAYS. I talk about my love for it at length in my form blog post. Every time, I tell myself I’ll lay off these fried and brickle delicacies. And every time, I helplessly fail. These are without a shadow of a mistrustfulness what will come to the maturity of Pakistani people when you say the word “IFTAR”.

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