We must admit that almost all of us have a soft corner and craving for the taste of fast food in one way or another during Ramadan. For some, it is a pure desi delight and the others fill their appetite by ordering their favorite meal from the restaurant down the street. A single bite of fast food will give you an ultimate joy and serve you right for your hunger cravings.If you’re far away from your favorite fast food joint in Pakistan and you’re conscious enough to make your own favorite Fast food Iftar Recipes for Ramadan 2017, check out the following Fast Food recipe classics that can be easily made at home. You’ll be happy to know that how much better your favorite fast food can taste once it is created at home.


1. Omelette Pizza

 Omlette Pizza If you’re obsessed with pizza and you can eat it for the Sehri, then you must try this easy, delicious and finger licking Omelette Pizza recipe at home. You can amend and add your favorite ingredients while making this dish. Enjoy the cheesy and creamy taste of Omelette Pizza that is rich in proteins and will kickstart your day with the perfect energy. Get the complete recipe of Omelette Pizza & learn how to cook this finger licking dish both in English & Urdu.

2. Chicken Satay

 Chicken SatayChicken Satay is a perfect combination of taste, health and nutrition. It can be easily prepared at home by following this two-minute instant cooking video. The dish can be prepared roughly in thirty minutes and can be enjoyed with your family at the time of Iftar Dinner. Chicken Satay makes a perfect combination of healthy snack when served with a chilled glass of lemonade.

3. Cheese Pakora

 cheese pakoraCheese Pakora is one of the most mouthwatering and delicious snack dish to be served at Iftar dinner table. The recipe is made with processed cheese, Chickpea flour, corn flour and other basic spices. This type of snack is a perfect joy that will delight your taste buds. It can also be served as an instant appetizer. Get the complete recipe here.

4. Fried Chicken Legs

 fried chicken legsThis delectable and mouthwatering Fried Chicken leg dish contains chicken leg pieces, coated with egg and bread crumbs and deep frying makes it crispy, crunchy and appealing in taste. Chicken Fried Legs recipe is cooked all across the globe and sounds perfect to be made at Iftar dinner during Ramadan as it is instant and easy to be prepared. This recipe will be loved by all of your family members. Get the complete recipe here.

5. Spicy Vegetable Kabab

 

Spicy Vegetable Kabab

Fill your appetite with Spicy Vegetable Kabab if you are into spicy food. This serving is delicious, spicy and will offer you a crunchy taste. Spicy Vegetable kabab provides you a healthy dosage of vegetables like peas, carrot, green chilies etc. mixed with basic spices. Spicy Vegetable Kababs can be eaten as a perfect snack for Iftar. Get the complete recipe with 2-minute instant cooking method here.What are your plans to cook for Iftar today? Do share with us

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