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:D Brothers and sisters'

 

I am stuck for ideas. :D

 

Can anyone (or everyone :D) suggest anything I could cook for Iftar? :D

 

Insha'Allah sharing ideas will help us enjoy a wider variety of food!!! :D

 

:D everyone.

 

With duas,

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Eliza

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lamb chops? (yum yum )

 

Yes! what could be better? Lamb chops with some Fettucini Alfredo and a side serving of caesar salad.....

Edited by Kaneeza

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try the fried type paraathas. they are so filling :D

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Erm could I just add, :D The less oil the better :D. My husband and I get stomach problems when eating oily foods for Iftar. :D :D :D

 

Lamb chops sounds nice, but cooked how? :D

 

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Eliza

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When you go to buy your meat, tell the butcher to cut you lean lamb chops or steaks, bone-in, about an inch thick....

Then wash thoroughly, and season with:

 

Onion powder

garlic powder

All-spice (or a mixed seasoning, that contains salt)

black pepper

 

Bake it covered for about an hour on 180 degrees(360 fahrenheit), when almost done you can add some barbeque sauce for flavor ...

 

You can either grill it or oven bake, which i usually do, both ways gets rid of whatever fat may be on the meat

 

Its not only Ramadaan food. :D

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Puff pastries filled with chicken pieces and cheese. Yum! :D

 

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Puff pastries filled with chicken pieces and cheese. Yum! :D

 

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tandoori chicken with corn :D

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I've been itching to respond to this thread.

 

I personally would prefer lamb chops for dinner, not iftar. I prefer to have a somewhat light iftar, as the tummy might react negatively to a heavy meal after a day of fasting. Also, I know what you mean about oily food and tummy aches. :D

 

For drinks, I would recommend water (of course) and fruit juice. Juice can be delicious and nutritious, such as by having 100% serving of Vitamin C. You can get Mott’s apple juice without added sugar.

 

For food, I would start off with dates. Cookies or crackers might also be considered. Kids might like juice and cookies. The other thing I would suggest is having a fruit medley. You can take a big bowl and fill it with canned fruit, or get any variety of fresh fruit and chop them up. :D You could also have some whipped cream on the side in case someone wants to dip their fruit in it.

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As the weather is getting quite cold, I might also suggest some vegetable soup and biscuits.

 

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