10 Iftar Party Recipes
In the month of Ramadan, the Muslims fast for full day. They break their fast in the evening with iftar. This meal needs to be special as it should be high in nutrition to balance the full day of fasting. Most iftar parties are a celebration. Families and friends gather around and have great time together. And that is why we have collected 10 recipes that you must try at home:-
- Mutton Rezala
This is one of the most popular recipes in Muslims. This dish is filled with mutton gravy soup and mutton. This is a very special Ramadan recipe.
- Gosht Ki Dum Biryani
Dum Biryani is one of the favourite main course recipe of iftar party. It is filled with layers of spice, curd and mutton.
- Malabar Moplah Kozhi Ada
This is a perfect and traditional snack for teatime. These are filled with chicken, beef or mutton.
- Mango Kesar Kulfi
Iftar meals are incomplete without desserts. The creamy mango kulfi combines taste of mangoes and pistachios.
- Manglorean Chicken Ghee Roast
If you feel like eating delicious and spicy food, then Manglorean chicken ghee roast is best for you. It is a fiery red, tangy and spicy meat with many spices added to it.
- Mini Samosas
Mini samosas are a very important part of iftar meals. These are deep fried and golden brown in colour. You can have these with chutney to add to the flavour.
- Kapitan Chicken Curry
This is a thicker, richer and drier version of chicken curry. It is perfect for Ramadan.
- Hara Bhara Kebab
This is a traditional dish of Ramadan. This vegetarian dish is soft, tender and very delicious. This is a perfect evening snack and is prepared with gram dal and spinach. It is high in minerals, vitamins, iron and protein.
Haleem is a popular dish of Ramadan. It is available in different tastes in various places during Ramadan. This dish is prepared using lentils, wheat and meat.
- Chicken Shawarma
This is a very popular recipe of Middle East. The chicken is baked in yoghurt marinade. It is rolled in pita bread and best served with tahini.