Especially during Ramadan, families love to cook Iftar meals together.
Whether you are cooking with family or on your own, here are 3 common Ramadan recipes you can try:
Sheer Khurma is a festival vermicelli pudding typically prepared for Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr and Eid Al-Adha. It is a traditional Muslim breakfast and dessert.
Harees is a porridge-like dish commonly served in Muslim homes during Ramadan. It consists of boiled, cracked, or coarsely-ground wheat, mixed with meat and seasoning, and topped with olive oil.
Aloo Pakora is a popular Indian snack made with spiced potatoes and gram flour. It is a common side-dish served in the Arab world during Ramadan and other times of the year.