Wow! It’s the second day of Ramadan already. If you didn’t know, Ramadan is the month when Muslims around the world fast from Dawn until Sunset, no drinking, and no eating. In Ramadan, Muslims should not commit sins or any act that can anger Allah Subhanaho Wa Ta’la.
Ramadan is known as a holy month, people visit each other, engage in worshipping Allah, be kind to one another, help and provide for the poor. It’s a month when one has more time to think about how his or her life, find the right path and follow it.
Making Ramadan Iftar Menu
But Ramadan is known for one more thing too, it is known for cooking the most delicious food. Women get extra creative in this month and one can see a number of desserts and side dishes, that one don’t usually see every day.
So today I have collected some of my recipes which you can enjoy at Iftar (when breaking the fast) or at Sahoor (the last meal before starting the fast.)
Follow me on Instagram, and if you happen to make any of my recipes, please post the picture and mention me in your post, or use this hashtag #munatycooking. I would love to see your creation.