Iftar Special: The month of Ramadan is very pious and blessed, in which Allah is worshiped a lot and fasting is observed throughout the month. We all know that in order to keep fast one has to remain hungry from Fajr till Maghrib. Not a drop of water and not a drop of food.
Look at the situation of worship, during this time Namaz is read and Wudu is also done, but Majal should go into the mouth with a drop of water. The fast is broken at Iftar only after waiting the whole day. During this, delicious dishes are made in many ways to decorate the Dastarkhan. But creating something new every day is a big task for us.
We don’t understand what to make new everyday…. Are you also troubled by the same thing, then there is no need to think much because we have come up with different recipes for you, which you can include in your iftar.
- Spinach Fritters
- 2 cups – Spinach
- 1 cup – gram flour
- salt to taste
- Half a teaspoon – red chili
- 5- Green chili (chopped)
- 1 tsp – Coriander seeds
- 2 spoons – rice flour
- 1 tsp chaat masala
- 1 cup- water
- oil for frying
- To make spinach fritters, first clean the spinach thoroughly and wash it and leave it to dry.
- When all the water is drained from the spinach, chop it finely with the help of a knife. You can also use whole spinach leaves to make fritters.
- After chopping the spinach, mix gram flour, rice flour, salt, chaat masala, green chillies, red chilli powder and spinach in a bowl and mix well.
- If the spinach is leaving water, then add very little water to the mixture because too thin a mixture can spoil the taste of the pakoras.
- Add coriander seeds to this mixture and mix well and put oil in a pan on the gas and keep it for heating.
- When the oil starts smoking, make balls of the mixture with your hands and fry the pakodas well from both the sides.
- After frying the pakodas from both the sides, take them out in a plate and put chaat
Ruafza Dahi lassi
- 1 cup- curd
- 1/4 cup – cold milk
- 2 spoons – Ruafza
- 1 tsp – sugar
- Pinch – cardamom powder
- 2 tbsp – Coconut (grated)
- Making this lassi is the easiest. First of all, put curd, milk, sugar in a blending jar.
- After that blend it well. After this, take out the lassi in a glass and put cardamom powder, grated coconut and ruafza on top and keep it to cool.
- Just your Ruafza curd lassi is ready, which you can serve during Iftar.
- 4- Banana
- 2- Apple
- Papaya – 200 grams
- 1- Pomegranate
- 2- Guava
- 1 cup – Chana dal (boiled)
- 1 tsp – sugar
- 1 tsp – chaat masala
- You can use fruits of your choice to make fruit chaat. Remove the peels of all fruits to make chaat.
- After peeling, cut into small pieces in a bowl. Now add sugar and chaat masala on top and mix. (Tips for making the perfect fruit chaat)
- Now wait for the sugar to melt and keep it in the fridge to cool. Meanwhile, put the gram dal in the pressure cooker to boil.
- When the dal is boiled, put it in fruit chaat and then serve it to the fasting person in Iftar. Eating this will not only bring energy but will also fill the stomach.
Do include these dishes in Iftar. What do you cook the most in Ramadan?