Ramadan Menu Ideas: Iftar Food Recipes
According to Islamic tradition, Ramadan is considered to be the holiest month in the entire Islamic year. Muslims around the globe celebrate Ramzan and observe fasts. One of the most basic ideas behind keeping a roza is to inculcate stoicism and a sense of self restraint.
The one who keeps roza eats before sunrise (Sehri) and then refrains from eating or drinking anything throughout the day. In the evening, muslims iftar their fasts after sunset with a meal called ‘Iftar’. Iftar is a feast which people look forward to after the day’s long restrain.
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It is taken right before the Magrib prayer. Traditionally, one is supposed to eat dates along with juice, milk or water. Prophet Mohammad PBUH ate three dates when he iftar his roza
Slice the green chilies and clean the seeds. Make a paste of mayonnaise, peri sauce, shredded chicken and pepper and stuff it in the chillies. Dip them in egg and bread crumbs and then deep fry them.
Pita bread stuffed with chicken chunks, melted cheddar cheese and ketchup.
Kachoris with potatoes and ginger achaar.
Mash the eggs, add mayonnaise and pepper to them and spread the paste on a slice of bread.