Ramadan Recipes 2019: Healthy, non-fried snacks for Sehri & Iftaari
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Ramadan Recipes 2019: Healthy, non-fried snacks for Sehri & Iftaari

Ramadan 2019 is set to commence on the evening of May 5, Sunday and will end on the evening of June 4, Tuesday. Ramadan also is known as Ramazan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Muslims observe this religious festival worldwide.

Ramazan is month-long fasting observed by the Muslims to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad as per Islamic belief.

So in the month of Ramadan, fasting is obligatory for the adult Muslims except for people suffering from illness, while traveling, for older people, pregnant, breastfeeding mothers, people with chronic disease or menstruating.

For the people fasting, Suhoor and Iftaar are the only time they eat in a day as there two main meals. Suhoor is also known as Sehri and is eaten before dawn and iftaar are done after sunset. Sehri should be healthy and hearty to provide the energy throughout fasting in a day.

Before the fasting begins, check out different types of Sehri and Iftaar Recipes:

Non-Fried Recipes

After a day-long of fasting when the stomach has been empty for long, consuming fried food can destroy your health and digestive system. But you can make delicious food even without frying them.

Here are some tastiest recipes that can be made without deep frying

 

Make and Freeze recipes

After fasting for day long, it can be very tiresome and for some, it is difficult to cook food after a day long with an empty stomach. So for that Make and freeze foods can be a great option during Ramzan season

Check out the recipe for Make and Freeze food

Healthy smoothies for Iftar and Sehri

While many of us crave tasty food after fasting for the whole day but at the same time, it is important to eat healthy during iftaar and sehri.

So for having something tasty and healthy at the same time, check out healthy smoothies recipes:

Mango Dessert for Iftaar

Dessert is an essential part and it makes meals complete and in the mango season, what can be tastiest and healthy than this. So for a delightful mango dessert recipe for Ramzaan, check out this video:

Ramzan special Hyderabadi Lukhmi

In the Ramzan season, a delicious Hyderabadi Lukhmi recipe with minced mutton and special spices is a must try after a day long of fasting.

Here’s how you can make this special treat for Iftaari

We hope that this Ramzan brings happiness and prosperity into their lives.

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