Iftar is the evening meal when Muslims break their fast during the month of Ramadan. Though traditionally, a date is the first thing to be consumed when the fast is broken, there are various delicacies that follow during this fasting month.
The foods that people prepare in different countries for Iftar are varied. Here’s our guide to dishes served at Iftar throughout this holy month. **
Arabic Kafta Kebab
This is one of the tastiest, easiest and exciting Arabic dishes in the world. This is super nutritious and healthy if grilled.
Spicy Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani
A specialty of Hyderabad, this authentic Indian Chicken Biryani is a must during this month.
Khubani Ka Meetha
Khubani Ka Meetha is a famous dessert made from dried apricots. A twist to the traditional recipe is to garnish it with thick cream or ice-cream or custard or khoya.
Homemade Hyderabadi Haleem
This delicious dish is eaten during the holy month of Ramadan. The contents of this dish vary from region to region, the basic ingredients are always lamb/beef, lentils and wheat.
Spicy Navratan Korma
Navratan korma is a classic delicious Mughlai dish that gets its name from the word Navratan (meaning nine gems) from the nine different veggies, fruit and nuts used in it.
Paya (Leg of Lamb soup)
This is a very popular non-veg breakfast dish in Andhra, served usually with idli/dosa.
This spicy dish is a very famous traditional recipe of India and Pakistan, and is made during special occasions and served as a side dish.
Totally different from the traditional Punjabi samosas, Irani samosas are tiny and slim and are filled with beef or chicken filling instead of veggies.
Khasta Kheema Lukhmi
Make these Hyderabadi Lukhmis stuffed with kheema. These traditional Hyderabadi starters are delicious and easy to make.