Ramadan Month has arrived and it is a special month for all Muslims around the world. It is a time for families to come together and celebrate, and for everyone to observe the rituals associated with the holy month. For this reason, I have decided to compile a list of easy recipes that can be used to make delicious iftar snacks.
- Easy Iftar Snacks Recipes
- Nimki Makha
- Chicken Keema Pakoda
- Mangalorean Rava Pomfret Fry
- Fried Oreo- an unusual iftar snack recipe
- Maach Makha / Bengali Fish Salad
- Cold Chicken Salad
- Kuncho Nimki
- Bhetki Batter Fry
- Watermelon and Fetta Cheese Salad
- Jute leaves fritter
- Doi Chire
- Frequently Asked Questions - Iftar Snacks Recipes
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Easy Iftar Snacks Recipes
I have also tried to keep the recipes as healthy as possible so that readers can enjoy their iftar snacks without having to worry about their health. I hope that these recipes will be helpful for readers who are observing the rituals of Ramadan.
Using just a few basic ingredients, you can make this delicious munchie, Nimki Makha, perfect for iftar. All you need is some Namkin, a type of savory snack, and a few other ingredients to make this savory munchie mix. Once done, let it enjoy your delicious snack!
Chicken Keema Pakoda
Making Chicken Keema Pakoda is incredibly simple and quick. All you need to do is follow my recipe, and within 30 minutes you can have an amazing iftar snack ready to enjoy. I suggest adjusting the spices to suit your taste so that you can really customize the flavor to your liking - you can make it as mild or as spicy as you like.
All you need is some minced chicken, some spices, and some gram flour. Mix it all together and you're ready to go! Heat some oil in a pan and spoon the mixture into the hot oil. Fry until the pakodas are golden and crispy. Serve the pakodas hot with some chutney or ketchup. Enjoy the delicious Chicken Keema Pakodas with your family and friends!
Mangalorean Rava Pomfret Fry
Mangalorean Rava Pomfret fry is an incredibly delicious and crispy coastal specialty that is prepared using fresh pomfret fish. It is a simple and easy-to-make dish that can be prepared as an Iftar snack or as a side dish to accompany a variety of main dishes.
The fish is marinated with a blend of spices and then coated with a batter made of semolina, and spices before being fried until it is golden and crispy. The result is a flavourful and crunchy dish that is sure to tantalize your taste buds! Enjoy this delightful dish with some freshly-squeezed lemon juice and a side of chutney for a truly memorable meal.
Fried Oreo- an unusual iftar snack recipe
If you're looking to make an uncommon snack for Iftar, you should definitely try frying Oreo cookies! Frying Oreos is a surprisingly simple way to make a delicious dessert. All you need is a few Oreos and some oil. Heat the oil in a pan over medium heat. Once the oil is hot, drop the Oreos coated with batter (as shown in video) into the pan and fry them until they are golden brown and crunchy. Remove the Oreos from the pan and let them cool.
Serve the fried Oreos with a scoop of ice cream or a drizzle of chocolate syrup for an even more decadent treat. You can also sprinkle the Oreos with powdered sugar for an extra special finish. Whatever you choose, you'll be sure to surprise your guests with this delicious and unexpected Iftar snack.
Maach Makha / Bengali Fish Salad
Do you have some fried fish sitting in your fridge at home? Then, why not put it to good use and whip up a delicious and tasty fish salad called mach makha? This is the perfect Iftar snack and can be made quickly and easily with just a few basic ingredients. Mach makha is a light and refreshing fish salad that tastes amazing. Start by getting your fried fish ready and then add in some diced tomatoes, red onions, green chilies, fresh cilantro, and a few seasonings. Give it a good mix and you've got yourself a nutritious and delicious fish salad that's ready to be served.
You can also add in some boiled potatoes or boiled eggs to give it a bit of a crunch. Mach makha is a great way to use up leftover fried fish and is sure to be a hit with your family and friends. So, what are you waiting for? Get cooking and enjoy this scrumptious fish salad for your Iftar meal.
Cold Chicken Salad
A delicious cold chicken salad is the perfect snack for iftar, especially during the summer months. This simple dish is light on the stomach and is suitable for both kids and elders alike. To make this tasty snack, start by boiling a few chicken breasts until they are cooked through. Once the chicken is cooked, let it cool and then cut it into cubes. Combine the cubes with a variety of fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, red onion, and lettuce. For added flavor, mix in a few tablespoons of your favorite dressing as shown in the video.
You can also add in some croutons or nuts for a bit of crunch. Once everything is mixed together, serve the salad in a large bowl and enjoy! This cold chicken salad is a surefire way to satisfy your hunger and keep your energy levels up for the rest of the day.
Kuncho Nimki, more commonly known as Namak Pare, are a delicious snack that can be made for iftar. It is a great way to add some crunch to your iftar platter and will be a hit among your family and friends. The best part about Kunchi Nimki is that it is super easy to make and requires minimal ingredients. All you need is some all-purpose flour, ghee or oil, and salt. Knead the flour with ghee or oil and some salt, and roll out the dough into small discs. Deep fry them until they are golden brown and crispy.
Serve it as a side dish to the other dishes you have prepared for iftar or simply serve it as a snack with some fresh fruits. It is a great way to satisfy those cravings for some fried carbohydrates and is sure to be a hit.
Bhetki Batter Fry
Bhetki Batter Fry is a classic and beloved Bengali Fish Fry recipe that can be prepared to make a delightful Iftar Treat. It is a simple yet delicious dish that is easy to make and can be served with a variety of accompaniments. The fish is marinated with a special Bengali masala, coated with a light batter, and then fried until crispy and golden. The marinade adds a unique flavor and the batter adds a crunchy texture to the dish.
The Bhetki Batter Fry has a delicious taste that will make your Iftar meal extra special. It is the perfect dish to enjoy with family and friends and can be served as an appetizer or main course. So why not give this classic Bengali dish a try and enjoy a flavorful and delicious Iftar meal?
Watermelon and Fetta Cheese Salad
This incredibly tasty watermelon salad is the perfect iftar snack. It has all the ingredients to make it a comforting and filling meal, while still delivering a delicious flavor. The combination of juicy watermelon, savory olives, and creamy feta cheese is sure to tantalize the taste buds. Just a few simple seasonings can take this dish to the next level. You could add some chili flakes for a bit of heat, or some fresh herbs for a fragrant flavor. The possibilities are endless.
Not only is this watermelon salad a great way to get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals, but it also looks beautiful on the plate. The vibrant red and green colors of the ingredients make for an eye-catching dish that no one can resist. So the next time you’re looking for the perfect iftar snack, try out this watermelon salad for a truly delicious experience.
Jute leaves fritter
Have you ever tried making fritters with jute leaves? If not, then you should definitely try making these fritters as an iftar snack using the seasonal jute leaves, also known as Paat saag. These pakodas are sure to be a unique and delicious treat. Making them is quite simple and can be done in just a few steps. Serve the fritters hot with some chutney or ketchup and enjoy the unique flavor of jute leaves in a delicious snack.
Iftar recipes are not always heavy or spicy. They are meant to be comforting and easy to digest. If you're looking for something delicious as well as comforting, try this traditional Bengali dish, Doi Chire Kola Aam Makha. It's a sweet porridge made from Mishti doi, which is a type of beaten rice.
It's then combined with mangoes and bananas for a truly delightful and nutritious snack. The combination of sweet and subtle flavors makes this the perfect dish for iftar. The sweetness of the Mishti doi and the mangoes together with the subtleness of the banana creates a flavor profile that will tantalize your taste buds. And the texture of the beaten rice and the fruit makes it a truly unique dish. This dish is sure to make your iftar meal special and will leave your guests feeling satisfied and content.
Frequently Asked Questions - Iftar Snacks Recipes
While I am a practicing Hindu, my husband is Muslim, and I have had the privilege of seeing my mother-in-law make some wonderful iftar platters with love and dedication. Therefore, I wanted to come up with some recipes that are simple to make, but still a bit unique and different from the usual dishes that are served during iftar. This way, readers can try something new while making their iftar snacks and enjoy a delicious and varied meal. I have carefully considered the ingredients that are used to make the dishes, and all of them are easily available.
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