After the day long penance, food seems such a beautiful respite! And iftaar is all about gorging on delicious food, made with love and care. It is very important to have a satiating meal before you being the fast, so that the body is ready for the penance. The meal should also be interesting iftaar is not just about eating food, but also sharing meal with family and friends. Here is a list of 20 traditional recipes that can be part of the daily ramzaan feasting.
Sevaiyan recipe: Deliciously creamy this rice and milk pudding with cashews and raisins is prepared during festive occasions especially Eid and Ramzan.
3. Shahi Rogan Josh
Shahi Rogan Josh recipe: Rogan Josh is the other name of celebrations! This authentic Kashmiri recipe is the best thing to have when you are ending a day-long fast.
4. Raan Gosht
Raan Gosht recipe: This is the perfect recipe for all the hard core non-vegetarians! A flavourful mutton curry, where the meat is prepared with bay leaf, fenugreek leaves garlic-ginger paste, cloves, cardamom and cinnamon sticks
5. Kesar Phirni
Kesar Phirni recipe: Kesar Phirni is a creamy, aromatic dessert that is the perfect end to a delicious meal. Serve it in earthen bowls for better taste.
6. Peshwari Naan
Peshwari Naan recipe: A crisp Mughlai delight, Peshwari Naan is prepared with soft dough stuffed with the filling of coconut flakes, pistachios and raisins. It tastes best with a dollop of butter.
7. Mutton Kofta
Mutton Kofta recipe: This Mughlai recipe is panacea for the soul! Kofta balls made from minced meat, a melange of Indian spices and cooked in yoghurt.
8. Mutton Curry
Mutton Curry recipe: This recipe is absolutely mouth-watering and irresistible! Mutton Curry is a Bihari delicacy, robusting with flavors of varied spices like saffron, corainder powder, garam masala and chillies.
9. Murgh Musallam
Murgh Musallam recipe: For all the spicy food lovers, this is a perfect recipe for you to indulge in. Murgh Musallam is cooked in mustard oil with yogurt to balance the flavours.
10. Masala Chicken
Masala Chicken recipe: Masala Chicken is easy to make and is a preparation unanimously liked by all family members. Pair it with Biryani or Khameeri Roti.
Malpua recipe: Malpua is not just easy to make, but is also very delicious. It is the best dessert to be served after a Mughlai feast.
12. Lucknowi Murgh Biryani
Lucknowi Murgh Biryani recipe: Straight from the streets of Lucknow, it is a single pot dish of chicken and rice flavoured with lots of Indian spices.
13. Lahabi Kebab
Lahabi Kebab recipe: Succulent kebabs made with minced lamb, eggs and lots of aromatic Indian spices.This kebab recipe is surely a hit snack at parties!
Keema recipe: Minced meat marinated and cooked in layers of ghee, bursting with delicious flavors and aromatic spices.
15. Kashmiri Dum Aloo
Kashmiri Dum Aloo recipe: An all time favourite of vegetarians, Kashmiri Dum Aloo is the perfect recipe that goes well with Sheer Maal and Naan. It is satiating and scrumptious and a must try for those who are bored of having meat.
16. Handi Paneer
Handi Paneer recipe: Handi Paneer is a scrumptious paneer preparation which is rich and full of flavours. Pair it with the bread of your choice.
17. Egg Pudding
Egg Pudding recipe: Egg Pudding is perhaps one of the most loved recipes in Ramzan. It can be made quickly and tastes delicious!
18. Double ka Meetha
Double ka Meetha recipe: If you’re a dessert lover, then this dessert will surely bring a smile on your face
19. Chicken Curry
Chicken Curry recipe: Mildly spiced, divine and flavourful – this delectable dish will woo your guests!
20. Cheese Stuffed Aloo Bonda
Cheese Stuffed Aloo Bonda recipe: Crispy fried potatoe balls with a gooey cheese filling, wrapped in chickpea flour and fried to perfection. These cheesy balls are absolutely divine!
21. Chapli Kebab
Chapli Kebab recipe: If you are looking at trying a new type of kebab, go for this delectable variation. It is soft and crumbly and is bursting with flavours.