For Sehri And Iftari: 5 Quick And Delicious Dishes To Try At Home
- Tavishi Dogra
Updated : April 28, 2022 16:04 IST
What to eat in sehri and iftar during Ramadan? Today, we'll tell you about some delicious and quick to make dishes.
The holy month of Ramadan is going to end next week. During Ramadan, Muslim people keep a fast for 30 days, called Roza. According to the Islamic calendar, the holy month of Ramadan comes after the completion of nine months. It is believed that Allah blesses those who keep Roza during this sacred month. According to Islamic beliefs, food is served only twice in Ramadan. One Sehri (dawn) and the other Iftari (after sunset). Adults and children who are mentally and physically healthy have to fast. In Islam, the elderly, sick, pregnant, lactating women and those on their period are exempted from fasting. Eating clean and healthy food is extremely important during Ramadan. So today, we have brought you some easy recipes for Sehri and Iftari that are delicious and help you stay healthy.
Waking up early in the morning is the biggest task in Ramadan. Hence, many people are unable to do sehri properly in a hurry. As a result, you remain hungry for the whole day. In Iftari, you can make shahi tukda or shahi toast. It does not take much time to prepare and is fantastic to eat. Shahi tukda, or toast, is made using milk, sour cream, sugar and bread.
Having Hyderabadi Kheer during Iftari will surely make your heart happy. Gul-e-Firdaus is a kheer from Hyderabad. It is tasty and easy to make. To prepare Hyderabadi kheer, sago, milk, rice, bottle gourd, cream and dry fruits are required. Apart from these things, cardamom, saffron and rose water are also added to Hyderabadi kheer doubling its taste.
Rose syrup is everyone’s favourite during Ramadan. Drinking rose syrup in Sehri gives freshness throughout the day. Sugar syrup, milk, rose petals and flavour are needed to make gulab sharbat. It is delicious to drink and very beneficial for health. Rose petals are mixed with sugar syrup to prepare this gulab sharbat.
In the holy month of Ramadan, people love to eat zarda. Rice, dry fruits, ghee, khoya, sugar and jaffrani colour make this sweet rice dish. Do you know zarda can be eaten after pulao or biryani? The best thing is that it gets ready very soon. Hence, you must also make zarda at home during Ramadan.
By eating date barfi, you will never feel the lack of energy in your body. This unique dish is prepared with ghee, cardamom and dry fruits. Khajoor ki barfi is quick to prepare, tastes fantastic, and there is no better option than beginning your day with it.