A Sneak Peek Into Hina Khan’s Iftaar For The Day; 3 Ramadan-Special Recipes
Image Credit: Screengrab of post/Instagram, Hina Khan's Iftaar party is goals this Ramadan.

A big-time foodie with a charming aura, Hina Khan has come a long way from her bahu wali personality to a bold and outspoken woman who doesn’t like to mince her words. After a long acting stint in her first soap opera which lasted for more than five years, Hina Khan was seen in plenty of reality television shows like Khatron Ke Khiladi and Bigg Boss. The actress was giving us vacay goals some time back when she was on a trip with her beau to Egypt. Amidst the pyramids and tombs, she was having a gala time with lavish food spreads. 

Ramadan is here and everyone is gearing up for their month-long fasting season. From sehris to iftaars, plenty of food is prepared beforehand during this time. The holy month follows 28 to 30 days of fasts without food and water. Before dawn, the Muslims observing fasts or rozas, wake up and eat what is known as sehri. It is only at sunset that they then break their fast with a feast known as iftaar. Friends and family get together to celebrate it together. 

It seems like Hina Khan is observing rozas this year too. The actress took to her Instagram to share a glimpse of her Iftaar spread. She added a sticker to it saying, “It’s iftaar time”. On the table, we can spot some chopped watermelon and papayas. Right in front is a glass of pink sherbet with what looks like chia seeds. In the far corner, we can also see a plate full of deep-fried fritters. Just wondering if they are aloo and onion ones or some meaty pakoras. 

Source: Screengrab of Instagram Stories/Hina Khan

Ending the meal on a sweet note is a must. This classic Mughlai dessert is made from vermicelli, milk and dates. The light and thin pudding is served warm or cold.