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Ramadan Menu

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Enjoy The Beautiful Month With A Classic Ramadan Menu!Ramadan, the most auspicious month in the lunar calendar, is the month of fasting for Moslems all over the world. After fasting for more than 12 hours, when you break the fast at sun down, it is time from some splendid Ramdan Food, to satiate your hunger and taste buds. And, that is why ifood has designed this scrumptious Ramadan menu with some authentic Indian recipe ideas.  Read on to know more….


 


An Authentic Indian Ramadan Menu


 


Khajoor/Dates


Dates - The Vital Ingredient In A Traditional Ramadan Menu


Traditionally, dates are the first thing to be consumed when the fast is broken. Loaded with iron, these dry dates have a close relation with the Ramadan traditions.


 


Lemonade 


While it is not recommended that lemonade should be taken on empty stomach after a whole day of fasting, you could definitely choose to include this healthy drink in your Ramadan menu as a refreshing beverage.


 


Haleem 


Mutton Haleem - A Must In Ramadan Menu


A creamy, peppery, and very nutritious dish, this zesty dish is an ideal way to start your Ramadan feast. You can try mutton haleem, beef haleem or even the vegetarian version.


 


Paneer Pakora 


Crispy, deep fried snacks made from cottage cheese, these are crunchy appetizers in a Ramadan menu. Garnish with fresh mint and cilantro leaves and serve with few pieces of lemon and tomato sauce.


 


Shami Kabab 


Shami Kabab - tasty Appetizer In Ramadan Menu


Prepared using minced meats, these piquant appetizers are sure to be adored by your family and guests. Enjoy hot with crispy, golden fried onion rings and lemon slices.


 


Raw Vegetable Salad 


Since you fast throughout the day, it is always advisable to relish on some healthy food along with tasty dishes. Include a wide platter of freshly sliced tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, carrots and bell peppers. You may even marinate them or try serving the vegetable platter garnished with salt, pepper and a dash of lemon juice, for a tangy, refreshing taste.


 


Naan 


Naan For Ramadan Menu


This Indian flatbread goes well with all a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Serve hot with a dollop of clarified butter and few finely chopped mint sprigs.


 


Butter Chicken - Murg Makhani 


Murg Makhani - Butter Chicken


A traditional Punjabi dish, this lip smacking delicacy finds it way easily into a Ramzan feast – the credit, its mesmerizing aroma and incredible taste.


 


Mutton Biryani 


Mutton Biryani In Ramadan Menu


Rice flavored with mutton pieces and assorted spices, this dish could be found in any traditional Ramzan feast. Add spices, as per taste and serve with a garnish of lemon along with Cucumber And Onion Raita.


 


Imarti/Jalebi 


Imarti In Ramadan Menu


A very popular Indian sweet, this is a dessert, included in a traditional Ramadan menu. A vibrantly hued sweet, enjoy it fresh and crispy for a crunchier taste!


 


Fruit Salad 


A healthy dessert, which has the versatility to gel into any menu, it is an undeniable dessert during Ramadan feasts. Try the seasonal fruits. Include a wide assortment of juicy fruits such as melons, oranges, grapes, pineapples.


 


Ramadan is a time to practice self-restraint and practice it with complete perseverance. And, when you break the fast, enjoy this tasty Ramadan menu!


 


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18 Comments

Anonymous's picture
Try to minimize the oil and sugar intake as far as possible and make the same delicacies in a healthy way.
nithya's picture
You are absolutely true, but people, in general tend to feast on deep-fried delicacies....
Anonymous's picture
Yummy, delicious images...I would love to taste all of them!! Can you please share the recipe for mutton biryani, butter chicken and shammi kabab? Thanks.
nithya's picture
Click on the name of the recipe and you will find the recipe.......
Anonymous's picture
I agree, because festival foods generally tend to be very oily and rich, so I would really want to know how can I cut down on oil content in popular recipes, as described above.
nithya's picture
Very true....
colorfulcandies's picture
wow! I love shammi kababs...
Anonymous's picture
They taste delicious.......
chockyfoodie's picture
This is such a wonderful writeup. The dishes are so mouthwatering. I appreciate the efforts taken by the writer to compile this list.
nithya's picture
Thank you.....
Samina.Tapia's picture
Id suggest that it's best to keep away from fried and sugary foods during Ramadan. Its a sure way to put on a few kilos!
nithya's picture
Samina, diet after Ramadan.....
priyam's picture
The pics are fab...and appetizing..
Rekhs's picture
Wow...this page has all the information that you need to cook up a feast. While it's best to stay away from oil rich food, i think we can try and make many of these recipes healthy :-) probably by steam cooking or adding less oil...or using a healthy variety of oil. Thanks for this!
nithya's picture
Thank you......
thot4food's picture
A yummy way to break the fast
bronzegoddess.bright's picture
I drooleth!! Someone please invite me home for Ramzan!
bonappetit's picture
The biriyani takes the cake.....i want to have it now!