Ramadan 2022: 7 simple and quick recipes for a delicious iftar in less than 30 minutes

The season of festivities is here, and we can’t wait to enjoy it with beautiful rituals and, of course, lip-smacking food. The region’s long-awaited 30-day festival of Islam, Ramadan, begins today (from April 2, 2022) and will end on May 2, 2022. During this month-long pious festival, the Muslims around the world observe the fast daily from dawn to dusk. , abstaining from eating and drinking. The fast (roza) is broken after sunset with a special prayer and a lavish feast, afterwards, popularly called Iftar. Generally, families and friends gather for the celebratory feast and indulge in traditional savory and sweet delicacies. This long list of foods includes specialties such as curries, biryanis, crispy snacks, kebabs and more. In short, everything is delicious, hearty and super tasty. However, these dishes are time consuming and involve many preparation steps and while fasting it may not be easy for most of us to invest so much time and effort. To solve this problem, here we offer you a list of 7 quick and easy iftar recipes that you can whip up in just 30 minutes. Looked.

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Ramadan 2022: here is a list of 5 iftar recipes that are easy to try

Our recommendations :

1. Pot Biryani

Let’s start the list with this one. This one pot chicken biryani recipe was designed to make biryani quick and easy. And the best part is that the taste of this biryani is almost the same as the simmered version of biryani. Pair it with the salan and voila your meal is ready to be devoured. Find the recipe here.

2. Tawa Tadka Keema

This keema is a simple recipe; the tiny, juicy chicken/mutton pellets are cooked in a simple way with minimal ingredients. The best part about keema dishes is that they are quite delicious and juicy and are surely the easiest to prepare. Find the recipe here.


3. Anda Paratha

Without a doubt, parathas are fulfilling, nutritious and best served with a dollop of butter, chutney, dahi or achaar. So, for you to indulge in something new and nutritious, here we bring you a delicious egg paratha recipe to enjoy your iftar feast. Find the recipe here.


4. Chicken Malai Kebab

This kebab recipe is delicious and delicious. If you’re craving a cheesy treat, try this recipe. The chicken cooked in layers of cheese, cream cheese and sour cream will blow your mind. Find the detailed recipe here.

malai chicken kebab

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5. Khoya Khurchan Paratha

This stellar paratha recipe can be a standalone classic dish at your iftar party and can also be the star of the evening. Made with whole wheat flour, kneaded into a dough with salt, it is divided and stuffed with a soft mixture of grated khoya, saffron strands, sugar, cardamom and kewra water. Click here for the recipe.

6. Falooda drink

The sweet, fragrant tone of rose syrup blended with creamy ice cream provides the ultimate indulgence in every bite. To make this falooda drink, all you need is milk, cooked vermicelli, soaked basil seeds or sabja seeds along with two (or more) scoops of vanilla ice cream, rose syrup and sugar. Click here for the full recipe.


7. Pure Khurma

A milk pudding sweetened with sprinkles, a few nuts and dried fruits, pure khurma has fans around the world and you’d be surprised how easy it is to make it at home. You wonder how? Click here.

pure khurma

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Try these recipes to make your special festival even more special. Let us know about your experience in the comments section below.

Happy Ramadan 2022!

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