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Ramadan has become a beloved month for Muslims around the world. Not only because it draws them closer to Allah, though that is certainly true, but also because they dine like never before each year.

Ramadan, for those who are unfamiliar, is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Muslims all across the world observe Suhoor and Roza, a 30-day tradition in which they eat before the sun rises, fast throughout the day, and break their fast when the sun sets. During this time, individuals engage in a variety of religious activities such as prayer, charity, and so on. Everything about this month is wonderfully soothing, with a dash of excitement thrown in for good measure.
Since  fasting is so close to our hearts we decided to list down a few of our favorite Ramadan special food in Dubai  that are our ‘must haves’, every Ramadan.

Fruit Salad

People in the majority of countries fast for more than 15 hours. Obviously, one needs to replenish the energy lost throughout the day, and what better way to do it than with a bowl of your favourite fruits salad? If you make a fruit tray for Iftar, you won’t even have to think about an extra dish for Iftar every day. On alternate days, you can add some cream or juice to give your taste buds a break and offer healthy a delightful twist.


No Pakistani has ever dismissed this meal. Do you need someone to do something? Make Biryani for them. Are you having a rough day? Have some biryani. Are you throwing a Iftar Party in Dubai? Make the Biryani. Is it the holy month of Ramadan? Get some Biryani. When the chef asks what to cook today, the first thing that comes to mind is… well, you know, Biryani.However, if you crave good biryani, you should Delhi Nihari Restaurantthis Ramadan where you will get best biryani in Dubai and other Ramadan special food items.

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In actuality, what is commonly misunderstood as a boring cuisine is not really uninteresting. Dates are a Sunnah in Islam, owing to the numerous health benefits they provide. You can now use these into a variety of dishes/drinks to reap significant health benefits. Banana-date smoothie, Vegan-chocolate date smoothie, Tahini date caramels, creamy orange date smoothie, or if you want to avoid all the hard work, just toss some dates into your fruit salad and you’re ready to go!!


Dubai home iftar party’s most desired food. It’s not only delightful to the taste buds, but also to the hearing, especially during Ramadan. Don’t misunderstand meThe superior Jalebi has a crisp shell and a soft chewy interior loaded with syrupy sticky syrup. If you leave it in the sugar syrup for too long, it becomes soggy and loses its flavour.


Do you want to give Best iftar party in Dubai? Having trouble deciding on a new appetiser? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Make this simple one-bite papri and leave your visitors speechless.

A unique and entertaining one-bite take on the traditional paprichaat, which is popular as street cuisine in South Asia. This dish is ideal for serving as an appetiser and would complement any Iftar menu.


If you live in a shared family arrangement, determining what to make for Iftar must be more challenging than actually making the Iftar. Make these bread pockets and you’ll have your family craving for more.

The filling for these beautifully crispy and golden deep-fried bread pockets is made up of shredded chicken and finely chopped veggies in a lovely mayo sauce. Serve hot with ketchup or your favourite sauce for an easy-to-make and easy-to-eat Special food for ramadan. Follow our recipe and you’ll be the Iftar game changer.

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The more sweet you eat, the sweeter you treat (everyone around you). People are expecting to go like ‘kuchmeethahojaye’ after all the hot fillings, so why not? Serve this kheer cooked with sago pearls, also known as tapioca pearls. It has many benefits because it is high in calcium and iron. When given to children, it aids with muscular development. Follow our recipe and you’ll be a cooking pro in no time.

Shabbir Ahmad

Shabbir Ahmad is a freelance enthusiastic blogger & SEO expert. He is the founder of Shifted Magazine & Shifted News. He contributes to many authority blogs including porch, hackernoon & techcrunch.