Traditional And Not-So-Traditional, These Are The 8 Best Ramadan Recipes You Need To Try!

by Mallika Khurana
Traditional And Not-So-Traditional, These Are The 8 Best Ramadan Recipes You Need To Try!

The festivities and the auspicious month of Ramadan have arrived. While it is a time for prayer and fasting, to turn it into a delectable occasion, Iftar is much-awaited. You don’t need to struggle through traffic and crowded streets in search of food for a wholesome Iftar; you can easily make it at home in the comfort of your own house with just as much affection. So, what are you waiting for? Check out these recipes and try them!

Best Ramadan Recipes To Try

1. Shawarma

Sure, Shawarma is not a common Ramadan snack as it is not a simple one to make at home. But truly, it is not as difficult as one may anticipate. Assembling a pita bread with chicken and a yoghurt dip will give a perfect Shawarma and this recipe by Recipes of the world is all you need to make it.

2. Chicken Biryani

Biryani is something we can never get enough of and everyone loves it for endless reasons. This yummiest rice dish on the planet is perfect for the special occasion of Ramadan. Especially if you are hosting guests for Iftar, Chicken Biryani is the best thing you can go for. And if you don’t know how to make it, this Ramadan recipe by Chef Kunal Kapoor is perfect.

3. Katori Chaat

Bored of the same old Iftar snacks? Take it up a notch with this katori chaat that tastes just as good as it looks. This crunchy katori that you eat is filled with the basic ingredients of chaat like boiled potatoes, chickpeas, moon dal, chutneys and a bunch of spices that turn it into a flavour bomb. Sounds yummy, right? Go on, try this recipe by Ruby ka Kitchen right away!

4. Chana Chaat

No Iftar or Eid is complete without a bowl of yummy chana chaat. More like a salad that tastes refreshing in every bite, this dish brings all the other heavy and fried dishes together. If you are not sure how to make it right, this simple Ramadan recipe by Sooperchef is quite simple.

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5. Khajur Barfi

Dates are an essential part of Ramadan. Every day, all those who keep a roza break their fast with a bite of date. But it does not have to be a plain date. You can always put a twist to it like this Khajur Barfi made with dates and a bunch of dry fruits. If this is something you would like to try, this recipe by Kanak’s Kitchen is very easy to follow.

6. Keema Samosa

Just the mention of Keema samosas makes us drool. A very common snack for Iftar, keema samosas are fried goodness filled with succulent, meaty flavour. So why miss out on those golden treats when you can follow this recipe by Home Cooking Show and make them yourself?

7. Mohabbat Ka Sharbat

Who doesn’t love a big glass of Mohabbat ka Sharbat? Standing true to its name, this drink is sweet, refreshing, fruity and everything else you would need to remind from a day of fasting. Feel like having it today? This very easy Ramadan recipe by Home Cooking Show is all you need.

8. Sheer Khurma

A really popular dish in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, Sheer Khurma is a staple when it comes to Ramadan or Eid. Technically, eid is incomplete without a delish sweet bowl of Sheer Khurma. If you are missing that feeling of fulfilment this year, here is the perfect recipe for you to try!

You must try all these tempting recipes this Ramadan and let us know which one you likes the most!

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