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Pakistani Iftar Recipes you should try During this Ramadan 2018

Pakistani Iftar Recipes you should try During this Ramadan 2018

Pakistani Iftar Recipes you should try During this Ramadan 2018

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Iftar is a special and integral type of a meal that is usually served at the time of sunset to break the fast during the Holy month of Ramadan 2018. The month of Ramadan falls as the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and considered as the most sacred month for the Muslims. Muslims around the world observe their fast for almost 29 to 30 days for commemorating the first revelation and disclosure of the holy Quran. As the importance of fasting during this Holy month of Ramadan is spiritual, it also provides an aid to entirely reform our bodies and mind. During this holy month of Ramadan, people get involved in spiritual readings, charities and get together for the Iftaar meals to strengthen the family bonding. Traditionally, Muslims across the globe break their fast with dates and milk as it is a Sunnah to be followed and after offering the evening prayers, Iftar is completely enjoyed with family members, relatives, and friends. Most of the people get indulged in the pleasure of hosting Iftar parties at their homes where they share delectable food dishes to their guests. There is a huge range and variety of delectable Ramadan recipes that are offered by SooperChef you can try for Iftaar as they are so easy to be made within the comfort of your home by watching 1-minute instant cooking videos on your smartphones. Here is the list of the most delectable Pakistani Iftar recipes that you should definitely try during this Ramadan:

1. Aloo Samosa Recipe

This Pakistani Aloo Samosa dish is being served at every home during the time of Iftar.

Ingredients

  • Samosa Patti
  • Take 3 Boiled and Mashed Potatoes.
  • 2 Tbsp Cooking Oil.
  • 1 Regular Size Onion
  • Salt as per your taste
  • 1 Tbsp Crushed Cumin

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