30 Recipes for 30 Days of Ramadan

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30 recipes for ramadan

Ramadan isn’t a time for women (or even men), to be stuck in the kitchen trying to work out what to cook and then spending hours cooking. But if you are stuck for inspiration then we have shared 30 different recipes from bloggers in our community to help you. Do have a look at their blogs for even more mouth watering recipes in sha Allah!

Snacks

ALOO QEEMA CUTLETS (POTATO AND MINCED MEAT CUTLETS

Aloo Keema Cutlets

Image from Sadafs Culinary Adventures

 

CHICKEN CROQUETTES

Chicken Croquettes

Image from Sadafs Culinary Adventures

 

QUINOA TABBOULEH

Quinoa Tabbooleh

Image from Healthy Muslimah

 

DATES FRITTERS

DATES FRITTERS

Image from The Big Sweet Tooth

 

CHICKEN SOMOSA

Chicken Somosa

Image from Gheza E Shiriin

 

 

SATE AYAM (CHICKEN SATAY) ate Ayam

chicken satay

Image from Halal Life

 

DILL LEAVES LENTIL FRITTERS

Dil Leaves Lentil Fritters

Image from My Life in Yanbu

 

SHAMI KEBABS

Shami Kebabs

Image from Ruku Kazia

 

 

Drinks and Shakes

 

ALMOND DATE SHAKE

Almond Date Shake

Image from All Floured Up

 

APPLE BANANA FLAX SMOOTHIE

Apple Banana Flax Smoothie

Image from The Big Sweet Tooth

 

FRUIT SMOOTHIE

Fruit Smoothie

Image from Karima’s Crafts

 

Meals

 

HARIRA: MOROCCAN SOUP

Harira: moroccan soup

Image from All Floured Up

 

OVEN SMOKED SPICED CHICKEN

Oven Smoked Spiced Chicken

Image from The Go Mamas

 

RED LENTIL SOUP

Red Lentil Soup

Image from Healthy Muslimah

 

AFGHANI CHICKEN PILAU

Afghani Chicken Pilau

Image from Spicy Fusion Kitchen

 

BEEF STIR FRY

Beef Stir Fry

Image from Ruku Kazia

 

GRILLED CHICKEN NOODLES

Grilled Chicken Noodles

Image from Romana Blogs

 

FRIED RICE

Fried Rice

Image from Halal Life

 

CHICKEN STEW

Chicken Stew

Image from Cook Bake and Enjoy

 

ACHARI CHICKEN

Achari Chicken

Image from From Worlds Kitchen

 

Puddings and Desserts

 

LEBANI BREAD PUDDING

Lebnani Bread Pudding

Image from Gheza E Shiriin

 

DATES CAKE

Dates Cake

Image from Fa’s Kitchen

 

BAKLAVA

Baklava

Image from All Floured Up

 

BUTTERSCOTCH PUDDING

Butterscotch Pudding

Image from Kenz Cuisine

 

TIRAMISU CUPCAKES

Tiramisu Cupcakes

Image from Spicy Fusion Kitchen

EID COOKIES

Eid Cookies

Image from Karima’s Crafts

 

ZEINAB’S FINGERS

Zeinab's Fingers

Image from Kenz Cuisine

 

CHOCOLATE BROWNIES

Chocolate Brownies

Image from Iqbalencia

 

ARABIAN DUMPLINGS

Arabian Dumplings

Image from Kenz Cuisine

 

KHEER

Kheer

Image from Raising Young Believers

Fozia S

Fozia S

Founder of Muslimah Bloggers and Blogger at Muslim Mummy, Fozia has studied Law and worked for 9 years at Citizens Advice Bureau. After being made redundant during her second pregnancy, she became a stay at home mum and started blogging as a hobby.
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Showing 5 comments
  • Azhar Laher

    Ramadan is a time to eat less. Prepare less and focus on the needs of the poor more. It is is a time to nourish to your spiritual life, not your stomach.
    Way too much time is spent preparing way too much food. Less is more.

    • Waheeda Farred

      So true. May Allah grant us the understanding of our beautiful Deen and may we be practicing Muslims. All praise is due to Allah for gifting us with Imaan,

  • sabia khan

    Assalam u alaikum and Ramzan Mubarak to all!
    I am a working Mum of 3 and have spent hours of preparation in the kitchen prior to iftari. But this year I decided that something had to change, I had to find a way to make life a little easier for myself alongside my job. So I planned a weekly iftari and sehri menu consisting of simple healthy meals that required minimum preparation. I had bought all my shopping according to my menu to prevent sneaky trips to the shops! And there were no sugary foods on the list either. There are 5 of us MashaAllah, cooking substantial meals for 3 growing teeeagers has proved a doddle simply by following my menu which will work on a rotation basis for the whole month In sha Allah. I’ve included healthy shakes for sehri to promote hydration and energy. My family can also see what’s cooking as it’s pinned to my fridge. MashaAllah we have lots of time for ibada and togetherness. Hope this helps anyone who is struggling with the long fasts. We love Ramadan.

    • Anbreen hayat

      Hope you wouldn’t mind sharing your Ramadan menu plz…
      Regards
      Anbreen

  • Asma Khan

    Yes true Ramadan is about praying and spending maximum time doing that.
    But food is integral part too.
    Thankyou for putting up these recipes and making the decision what to make a little less troubling.

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