10 Ramadan-inspired recipes that promise you the happily-ever iftar
What's cool (all puns intended) about this watermelon cooler is that it also comes with the added freshness of rose. Click here for the recipe.
Shake things up this Ramadan with our thread chicken recipe, where the juicy awesomeness of chicken, kick of spices and crunchy bite of crispy noodles come together to give you the coolest snack you can possibly make for your guests. Click here for the recipe.
Malabar chicken biryani
Ditch the regular biryani for this flavour bomb version from the South that combines the delicate balance of spices and culinary magic of Malabar. Click here for the recipe.
A treasured recipe from an 80-year-old Lucknowi chef, this badami kheer is nutty, rich and the perfect dessert to treat yourself to this Ramadan. Click here for the recipe.
Make the most of the crème de la crème of fruits with this mango cream recipe. Click here for the recipe.
Cheese corn tikki
We're helping you add variety to your Ramadan kitchen with this cheese and corn tikkis that are filling and fun, in equal measure. Click here for the recipe.
We're donning our dates in a thick coating of chocolate to make it a verifiable treat. Click here for the recipe.
Jamun kala khatta
Quench your thirst with chef Sadaf Hussain's jamun kala khatta, a tangy-sweet spritzer that combines fresh, pitted jamun with black salt and mint. Click here for the recipe.
Cheese and jalapeno samosa
Try this vegetarian samosa - made with cheese and jalapeno - instead, and save the meat for later. Click here for the recipe.
Keema aloo tikki
Minced meat sauteed with spices and fresh herbs is pressure cooked and folded in with mashed potato to give you this crispy, snackable tikki. Click here for the recipe.
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