15 Iftar Recipes to Break Fast

Congealed Dates

The custom of breaking fast is with dates. It’s a nice pleasure to break your fast with this tasty recipe that comes together quickly and effortlessly. Goat’s cheese is one option for the filling; otherwise, you can make these according to the recipe.

Simple Vegan Samosas

During Ramadan, samosas are an essential food item – they are savory treats that become even more delicious after a demanding fast. Your favorite curry paste is used to make a simple chickpea filling for these vegetarian samosas.

In Harira

Traditionally eaten during iftar, or breakfast, this soup is hearty and Moroccan. This is a substantial and savory harira made with lamb, lentils, and spices.

Za’atar bread from Lebanon
When paired with this fluffy flatbread, za’atar bread’s unique blend of spices adds a pleasant freshness to the dish. The time required to make it is totally worthwhile.

Shami Kabab.

Not only are shish kababs delicious, but their high protein content makes them particularly filling after a day of fasting. They make a terrific iftar dish. Every kebab has an abundance of flavor thanks to the use of garlic, ginger, ground coriander, cumin, turmeric, garam masala, and red chili powder.

Croquettes of chicken

A crunchy, filling complement to an iftar dish are chicken croquettes. For a tasty, vegetarian alternative, try these Potato Croquettes.

Curry with Ground Beef from Pakistan

Curry with ground beef is pure comfort food. Even better, making it is quite simple and yields fantastic results! This curry, according to recipe author Daniele, has been a family favorite for years. It’s created with a variety of spices you’re sure to have on hand.

Cutlets made of potatoes

A staple in the household is potato cutlets. Mouths wet for these warm potato cakes every time. BRIDLE, the originator of the recipe, suggests eating them with ketchup and tamarind sauce.

Baked Shawarma with Chicken

This baked version of chicken shawarma is a simple and flavorful homemade dish that is high in nutrients. This shawarma’s flavor is enhanced by a variety of spices, such as cinnamon, turmeric, coriander, and cumin.

Persian chicken kabobs, or Jujeh Kabobs

These real Iranian kebabs are quite flavorful. This recipe is very simple to prepare and well worth it! “Serve with roasted tomatoes, fresh onions, sliced lemons, and rice,” recommends recipe developer Reza.

Pakistani Chickpeas with Spices

This dish comes together quickly and effortlessly with canned chickpeas. Prepare a large quantity to be served during iftar during the week.

Mint Cordial

Any meal would benefit from the addition of this mint chutney. It gives your food a revitalizing taste profile after a fast!

Tangy and Sweet Tamarind Date Sauce

This makes a delightfully sweet counterpoint to the mint chutney. This recipe works well for upping the sweetness of foods like samosas and kebabs. Apricots and dates provide a natural sweetness to this sauce.

Gulabi Jamun

After a lengthy fast, warm gulab jamun tastes really good. I can never get enough of the warm, fried, sweet bliss. This recipe calls for a wonderful traditional syrup flavored with cardamom and rose.

Fereni Starch Pudding

While rice flour can be used to make this Iranian treat, cornstarch is used in this recipe. This dish is sure to please any lover of creamy puddings.

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