Ramadan Recipes 2019: From Healthy Non-Fried Snacks to Decadent Mango Desserts, Delicious Iftari and Sehri Dishes
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Ramadan 2019 will commence on the evening of 5 May, Sunday and ends on the evening, 4 June on Tuesday. Ramadan also called Ramzan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Observed as a religious festival by Muslims worldwide, Ramazan is month-long fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad as per Islamic belief. This annual observance is a part of one of the Five Pillars of Islam and fasting is obligatory for adult Muslims during Ramzan, except for people suffering from an illness, or whil travelling, for older adults, pregnant, breastfeeding mothers, people with chronic disease or menstruating. Suhoor and Iftar are the only time people observing Ramzan eat in a day as the two main meals. Suhoor also known as sehri is served before dawn, and Iftar is served after sunset. Suhoor is intended to a hearty, healthy meal to provide needed energy throughout a day of fasting. Ramadan 2019: Dubai Gurudwara to Hold Daily Iftar in Jebel Ali.

Here Are Different Types of Sehri and Iftaar Recipes:

Non-Fried Recipes

Eating fried food after being empty stomach for long hours can wreck your health and digestive system. You can make delicious food even without frying them. Here are some of the easiest and tastiest recipes you can make without deep-frying.

Non-fried sehri and iftaar recipe video:

Make and Freeze Ramazan Recipes

Tiresome days without food are difficult, and it becomes difficult to cook food after a long day with an empty stomach. Make and freeze foods can be a great option during Ramzan.

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Healthy Smoothies for Iftar and Sehri

While you might want to eat tasty foods after being on an empty stomach during Ramadan, you must remember that it is important to also eat healthy during Iftar and sehri. Try out these healthy smoothies that are both yummy and healthy.

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Mango Dessert for Iftaar

What is a delicious meal without a dessert? And when mango is in season, there is nothing like a mango sweet dish. Here's a delightful mango dessert recipe you can try this Ramzaan.

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Ramzan Special Hyderabadi Lukhmi

A delicious Hyderabadi Lukhmi recipe with minced mutton and special spices that is a must-try this Ramadan. Here's how you can make this yummy treat for Iftari:

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Ramzan or Ramadan is a great time to lose weight because you regularise your diet and fast intermittently. However, it is essential to make sure you lose weight in a healthy way.

Ramadan Diet Plan To Lose Weight:

We wish you and your family a happy Ramadan. May this Ramzan bring in happiness and prosperity into your lives.