Monday, August 9, 2010

Ramadan Recipes... Ramadan Food Recipes... Iftar Recipes

Ramadan Recipes... Ramadan Food Recipes... Iftar Recipes


In 2010, Ramadan is estimated to begin August 11. Traditionally, foods eaten for the suhoor and iftar are light, nutritious meals containing fresh fruits, vegetables, and halal meats.

With so many Muslims observing Ramadan from a variety of countries and cultures, many types of food will be prepared, not just Middle Eastern foods.

Ramadan is a very spiritual event that forces one to truly evaluate and purify all aspects of their life. It may appear to be an individual effort, but Ramadan is essentially a holiday that encompasses and embraces family and friends. While children may be too young to fast, there are many ways to include children in the holiday.

Ramadan Recipes (Iftar Recipes) Worldwide
Foods that are light and nutritious are ideal during Ramadan. Breads, soups, fresh fruits and vegetables are the perfect way to begin and end the daily fast. Dates are very significant in Ramadan and are often eaten to break the day's fast.



Soup

Lentil Soup
Onion Soup
Shish Barak and Noodle Soup
moroccan harira soup
Chicken Noodles with Tomato and Zucchini Soup
Moroccan Vegetable Soup (Chorba)

Side Dishes

Lebanese Meat Loaf (Kibbeh)
Kibbe Nayeh
Kibbe
potato kibbeh
Sambousek
Sfiha 
Cheese Fatayer
Arayes
Stuffed Vine Leaves
Yalanji
Muhammara
Hummus with Tahini 
Baba Ghanoush
Awarma
Batata Harra

Salad

Parsley Tabbouleh
lebanese Fattoush
Tahini & yogurt potato salad
Lebanese Potato Salad
Salatit El Rahib

Main Course

Roasted Chicken Stuffed with Rice
Stuffed Baby Lamb
Stuffed Neck of Lamb - RAQBEH MAHSHIEH
Stuffed Baby Zucchini and Vine Leaves with Lamb Chops
Stuffed Baby Zucchini and Vine Leaves with Lamb Chops
Kousa Mahshi Bi Laban
Malfouf Stuffed Cabbage
Mansaf
Maklouba
Saudi Kabsa
Chicken Biryani
Machboos
Kafta bil Sanieh (Baked Kafta)
Shish Tawook
Mashawi
Meatball Stew (Dawood Basha)

Shish Barak (meat patties with yogurt)

Sweets 
 
Katayef
Katayef Bi Kashta
Knafeh
Osmallieh
Baklava
Warbat
Halawat El-Jibn Bil-Kishta
Pistachio Mafruka with Cream
Eish Saraya
Basbousa
Awamat

رمضان مبارك وصياما وافطاراهنيئا


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