Ramadan is a time of blessings and good deeds. If you’re a south Asian, it’s also a time of unlimited supply of aloo samosas.
There are some foods everyone waits for. As chocolate chip cookies are for Christmas, no Pakistani can decline a crispy jalebi in iftar.
We have compiled a list of delicacies that keep us wanting more!
This triangle-shaped goodness was surely made in heaven. A good samosa with green chutney makes every mouth water.
Round, round, round, and round in the oil and dipped into hot sheera. A crispy treat that is a staple with samosas.
Chickpea batter turned into something every Pakistani likes to eat while it’s raining and during Ramadan. Pakoray can be of any kind and still leave you licking your fingers afterward.
Super cold Rooh Afza which makes your sugar levels come back to normal. Who wouldn’t want it?
Pakoras dipped in water to be moist and then into sweet dahi, topped off with namak paray for the crisp. Yum!
Chickpeas are mixed with different kinds of chutneys and vegetables to create a piece of beauty on a plate.
The main component no Pakistani can live without; is chai. A strong cup of tea at iftar makes life seem a little easier.
What are your favorite dishes to eat this Ramadan? let us know.
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