Sunday, 22 April 2018

25 New Ramadan Recipes Ideas 2018 - Iftar Recipes 2018


Assalamualaikum everyone! Ramadan 2018 is just around the corner and to celebrate it, I have 25 Ramadan Recipe Ideas to share with you. Yes, that's right! I'll be uploading 25 food recipe videos to celebrate this blessed month! You can find delicious recipes such as finger foods, refreshing drink ideas, sweets and much more. There are many recipe ideas, I hope you will feel inspired and be able to find what you are looking for in this blog post. I made a master-list with links of all the recipes down below.

This Ramadan Series is actually one of my goals and challenge for 2018. I've been working on this series with my sister since January. My plan was making 30 recipes at first, but I ended up making less. However, there is a saying that goes: "Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars". I believe to have achieved something great. Even though I didn't reach my original goal, I am completely satisfied with the outcome. My aim was pretty high to begin with, considering that I have a full time job and only make recipes as a part-time passion. I pushed myself to work hard, beyond my expectations just because I set a goal. So, enough talking and let's go check the recipes!

25 Ramadan Recipes


25. Chicken Chapli Kebab
Easy yet delicious, this chicken chapli kebab has a minty fresh taste that makes it unique. It's a perfect finger food to serve when hosting your Iftar party.


24. Veggie Casserole
If your looking for something healthy you can't go wrong with this veggie white sauce casserole. Made of carrots, green peas, broccoli and potatoes it will keep your family full the rest of the night!

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/05/grilled-masala-fish-healthy-ramadan.html

23. Baked Fish Masala
Sometimes you need a break from meat and have fish instead! This is a very simple yet healthy baked fish recipe. You just have to make a fish marinade and pop it in the oven.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/07/5-stuffed-dates-ideas-ramadan-recipes.html

22. Stuffed Dates
This is an ultimate collection of my stuffed and coated dates. We served these to our guests and they were  all surprised to see colorful looking dates


21. Mini Apple Pies
A great snack idea to munch after Iftar. I remember when I used to stay the whole night awake, waiting for Suhoor; I would always eat snacks at night and I definitely would have love to eat these, because there are so delicious!


http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2017/10/chicken-shawarma-my-style-easy-recipe.html

20. My Style Chicken Shawarma
This is how I like to make my chicken shawarma. I like using tortilla wrap but if you want you can use pita bread instead. The sauce and filling are so juicy and delicious that it will make your mouth water.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/03/rice-pakora-recipe-left-over-rice.html

19. Rice Pakora
When you have leftover rice, make some rice pakora. It's so quick and easy and it fills your stomach. This is a great side snack idea to have with your main dish.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/06/bhindi-kurkuri.html

18.  Lady Finger Kurkure
Another great snack for Ramadan. I personally love lady fingers, and if you give me crisps made out of them I would seriously be the happiest person on earth. 

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2017/12/malai-chicken-boti.html

17. Malai Chicken Boti
Whenever you don't feel like cooking ask your dad or husband to grill some bbq for you. 'these are the best malai chicken boti that I've ever had. I seriously don't like going to restaurants as I believe that nothing can compare to my dad's cooking. 

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/01/avocado-and-spinach-smoothie.html

16. Healthy Refreshing Smoothies
These 3 are my favourite smoothies Blueberry, Orange and Avocado smoothies. They are really healthy and delicious.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/05/chicken-puff-pastry-ramadan-recipes.html

15. Mini Chicken Pies
These mini pies are perfect for Ramadan as they can be prepared ahead of time and kept in the freezer for at least 1-2 weeks. Bake them right before Iftar and enjoy!


14. Chicken Popcorn
I know that fried food is not the best meal to have during Ramadan. However, I personally feel that if you have a craving it is alright and healthy to enjoy deep fried food at home rather than indulging in greasy takeaway where you have no idea what kind of oil or meat is used.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/05/3-easy-refreshing-ramadan-drinks.html

13. Easy Refreshing Drinks
These are drink ideas that you can serve during Iftar. These will definitely make you feel refreshed and hydrated.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/01/baingan-bharta-eggplant-roasted-curry.html

12. Baingan Bharta
Baingan bharta is a typical Pakistani dish. The eggplant is smoked slowly to give the curry a distinctive, but savoury flavour and aroma. It can be served with chapatis, rotis or even parathas.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2015/05/chicken-bbq-biryani-recipe-step-by-step.html

11. BBQ Chicken Biryani
Here's a different way to cook your chicken biryani. A dish full of spices and barbecue aroma, you should definitely try it!

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/04/hyderabadi-mutton-biryani-recipe.html

10. Hyderabadi Mutton Biryani
For this recipe you will be needing a lot of spices and a lot of patience, but the outcome is worth it. Biryani is one of my favourite dishes, I probably eat it 4-5 times a month. There are so many variations and types of biryani, here I'm sharing how to make the Hyderabadi style.


http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/03/chicken-bhindi-salan-recipe.html

9. Chicken Bindi
I know it's another lady finger recipe, but I just love lady fingers, so I had to put this recipe in this list. I think this is a recipe simple salan to make and I just love how juicy this looks.



8. Crispy Chicken Wings
Chicken wings have always been my favourite, I remember the times during my trip to Pakistan I would always ask my dad to buy me and my sisters fried chicken made by 'bhaiya ji from the bazaar near our house'. However, I think these homemade chicken wings are 10x better, they are crispy outside and tender inside. Go check my dad's recipe.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/05/sweet-and-sour-spicy-noodles-recipe.html

7.  Sweet and Sour Spicy Noodles
I learned this recipe from my dadi ami. Whenever she would make this for us, we would each have 2 plates full of noodles. It has the right combination of spicy and sour with a hint of sweetness which makes this one of my favourite noodles.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/01/pizza-pinwheels.html

6. Pizza Pinwheels
This is another way I like to eat pizza. It basically have all my favourite pizza toppings in it and it's so yummy and filling.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/01/No-bake-cheesecake.html

5. No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake
I learned this recipe from my mom, she loves making desserts like me. This doesn't require any baking, so if you don't have an oven don't worry, you can still make a cheesecake and serve it to guests.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2017/05/cheesy-pasta-casserole-pasta-bake.html

4. Cheesy Pasta Casserole
I am guilty for loving cheese so much. I grew up in Italy so it's no secret that I use cheese in a lot of my recipes. If you're like me then you will love this dish, because who doesn't love melted cheese with pasta?

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/07/filipino-morcon.html

3. Stuffed Beef Rolls
This is a Filipino dish that my mom makes only once or twice a year, so it's really special and I asked her to show you guys how she makes it. It's basically a bunch of vegetable stuffed inside beef stakes and the sauce that my mom makes is one of a kind.



2. Lamb Karahi
This a traditional Pakistani dish that I love eating with roti. This was one of the first Pakistani dishes I first tried when I was a kid.

http://www.hungryforgoodies.com/2018/04/bang-bang-shrimp-ramadan-snack-recipes.html

1. Bang Bang Shrimp
Shrimp is one of my favourite seafood. If you are a shrimp lover like me then you'll definitely enjoy this recipe.
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