Ramadan is an Islamic holy month where we Muslims fast, pray and do good deeds to our God. In that time, we don't eat or drink anything from the start of the first call to prayer in dawn (fajr) until the fourth prayer in the sunset (Maghreb) for 30 days.
Unlike Christmas and other holidays, Ramadan usually starts 10 days earlier every year. For example, last year in 2020, it starts on April 12. But, this year, it will start on April 23.
As Muslims, this is very important to us since we dedicate to Allah. In that month, this is where we start to cook many delicious foods for our families and loved ones when breaking our fast. These include Main dishes, desserts, and snacks, which are all halal food.
In this post, I have gathered and collected the list of best Ramadan Iftar Recipes that are family-friendly. This recipe ranges from Middle Eastern to Asian foods, which are all halal-friendly.