Celebrate Ramadan and enjoy Iftar with these special recipes

Submitted by user1 on Mon, 06/08/2020 - 14:07

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Ramadan brings together the liveliness and the festivities for many people. It also brings people closer as the families celebrate it with love. The iftar feast is something that each and every one looks forward to. Each dish served here not only brings out the flavour but truly brings out their love for the festival.

Celebrate Ramadan with these delicious dessert recipes and add special sweetness to the festival -

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Shahi Tukda Recipe

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This royal dessert from the culinary world of Hyderabad is a combination of crunchy and silky texture. A crowd-pleaser during Ramadan, this easy Shahi Tukda recipe will keep you craving for more.

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Sheer Khurma Recipe

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Celebrate Eid in a grand way with the royal Sheer Khurma! This aromatic silken pudding finds its origins with the Mughals and in Urdu translates to ‘sweetened milk’ with dried dates and pure ghee. Re-create this simple and authentic recipe at home and celebrate good times with family.

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Double Ka Meetha Recipe

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Double Ka Meetha is a scrumptious Hyderabadi version of Shahi Tukda, a traditional dessert for Ramadan. Made with fried bread soaked in sweetened condensed milk and topped with dry fruits, our Double Ka Meetha recipe will add sweetness to your day and leave you craving for more.

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Malpua With Rabri Recipe

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Nothing adds more to your Ramadan celebrations than a Malpua with Rabri. Surprisingly easy to make, the golden Malpuas are served with a topping of creamy chilled rabri, coming together to create an absolutely indulgent creation that you can’t stop eating.

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Moong Dal Halwa Recipe

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Moong Dal Ka Halwa is a special Ramadan Recipe. The Moong Dal Halwa can be the perfect ending to a hearty meal as well as a meal in itself. The aroma that wafts through the kitchen is as inviting as the dessert itself.

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Seviyan Payasam Recipe

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Add additional zing to your Ramadan celebrations with this dish, as no Ramadan feast is complete without Semiyan. This light South Indian dessert made using vermicelli is super easy to make and hardly needs any preparation time.

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Pineapple Basundi Recipe

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During the Ramadan feast, leave people wanting for more with this special iftar recipe. Basundi is a rabdi like dessert made of thickened milk. With the addition of pineapple, it can be lifted to new heights of deliciousness!

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Kalakand Recipe

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Add an element of surprise and flavour to your Ramadan with this Kalakand recipe. Kalakand is a sweet that has a distinct blend of flavours. Made with paneer, condensed milk, dry fruits, and flavoured with a pinch of cardamom, this dessert is a piece of heaven served on a plate.

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Badaam Doodh Recipe

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Refreshing and delightful! Break your fast with this special Iftar recipe. Ground badams blended with Milkmaid and infused with the delicate aroma of kesar creates a refreshing, indulgent drink that spells celebration.

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Mawa Kheer Recipe

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Kheer and Ramadan always go hand in hand. This regal dessert is surprisingly easy to make. Treat yourself to a royal feast anytime with this delicacy, also to complete the Ramadan feast with a timeless iftar recipe.