Iftar Special: Do include these two special dishes in Iftar…the tiredness of the day will vanish as soon as you eat it.

Iftar Special: Only a few days are left for the beginning of Ramadan, the month of blessings and worship. People of Muslim community keep fast for 30 days. During this neither a drop of water goes into the mouth nor a morsel of food. However, when Iftar is held in the evening, then more than one dish is definitely available to eat on the table. But often it is very challenging for the women of the house to make something new and good for 30 days. Don’t understand what to make… In such a situation, we are telling you some recipes which you can include in your Iftar…

Palak ke Pakoda


  • Two cups spinach
  • One cup gram flour
  • Salt to taste


  • 1/2 tsp red chili powder
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
  • 5 to 6 green chilies finely chopped
  • 1 tsp coriander seeds
  • two spoons of rice flour
  • one spoon of chaat masala
  • one cup of water
  • oil for frying
  • How to make fritters

    • To make palak fritters, first clean the spinach thoroughly and wash and leave it to dry.< /li>
    • When all the water is drained from the spinach, chop it finely with the help of a knife.
    • After chopping the spinach, add gram flour, rice flour, salt, chaat masala, green chilies and red chillies in a bowl. , add chili powder and turmeric powder and mix well.
    • Palak leaves water anyway, so there is no need to add a lot of water to this mixture. Ti is Add water as required.
    • Add coriander seeds to this mixture and mix it well, and leave the mixture to settle for some time.
    • Now gas Put oil in a pan and let it heat.
    • When the oil becomes hot enough, make balls of the mixture and let the pakoras fry well from both sides.
    • < li>When the pakodas turn brown, take them out in a plate and garnish with chaat masala and serve with chutney

    Roohafza Curd Lassi


    • One cup curd
    • Half cup cold milk
    • Two teaspoon Rooh Afza
    • one teaspoon sugar
    • pinch cardamom powder
    • two teaspoons coconut powder 

    Lassi recipe >

    • First of all add curd, milk and sugar in a blending jar.
    • After that blend it well.
    • Now this Take out the mixture in a glass
    • Now sprinkle cardamom powder, grated coconut and Roohafza on top and keep it to cool.
    • Aapki RoohAfza  Curd lassi is ready.
    • It can be served with ice cubes during Iftar.

     Also read: Papaya: ‘Papaya’ can prevent cancer, keeps the heart healthy, know the many tremendous benefits of eating it

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