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Easy Iftar Recipes

Debjani Chatterjee Alam

If you're looking for something different to snack on during Iftar this Ramadan, try one of these easy and delicious recipes!

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Chicken Keema Pakoda

You can follow my recipe to make super easy and delicious Chicken Keema Pakoda. Adjust spices based on your preference and make these Chicken Keema Pakodas just within 30 minutes as an iftar special snack.

Bhetki Batter Fry

Bhetki Batter Fry is a quintessential Bengali Fish Fry recipe and you can make this Bengali delicacy to make a delightful Iftar Treat.

Mangalorean Rava Pomfret fry

Mangalorean Rava Pomfret fry is a crispy fish fry and a coastal delicacy prepared with fresh pomfret fish and can be make very easily as an Iftar Snack

Fried Oreo

You know you can actually fry oreo cookies to make a fried dessert? Try the fried Oreo to make an uncommon Iftar snack

Nimki Makha

Using just a few basic ingredients, you can make this delicious munchie, Nimki Makha, perfect for iftar.

Indian 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.

Cold Chicken Salad

A delicious cold chicken salad is the perfect snack for iftar, especially during the summer months.

Kuncho Nimki

Kunchi 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

Watermelon and Fetta Cheese Salad

This incredibly tasty watermelon salad is the perfect iftar snack.

Jute Leaves Fritters

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.

Doi Chire

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.

Pomelo Salad

If you're in a time crunch and don't have enough time to cut all the fruits to make an iftar platter, why not try a Batabi lebu makha or better known as a Pomelo salad?

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