A real Ramadan specialty, Beguni is made from carefully slices eggplant covered in a fried batter made mostly from chickpeas. A tasty treat that takes just minutes to make. Served most commonly as a breakfast treat or appetizer, you must try one of these for yourself.
This is a national dish among Turkish people who are located in Central Asia. It is a mixture of boiled meat, onion sauce, and boiled noodles. This dish is meant to be eaten with the fingers and is generally served up in a large round dish. Simple, but really, really tasty.
A firm favourite in Saudi, and popularly used as an Iftar dessert. Although they are a little oily, these extremely sweet and crunchy dumplings are a real treat and are enjoyed across the whole of Arabia.
Popular across India and likened to Harees, a dish from Arabia. This is a stew dish that is made from tasty pulses such as lentils and wheat, along with a meat filling. Filled with proteins, it tastes amazing and is healthy too.
Think fishcakes, with a twist from the majestic Maldives. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is a dessert, although admittedly, it does look like one. It’s made with rice and tuna and tastes simply divine. This is one you simply must try.
This is a dessert that originates from Indonesia, made from milk, coconut, jackfruit and seaweed. It is served in swanky restaurants as well as by street traders everywhere, and for a good reason too. It tastes amazing and is one you must try for yourself.
Traditionally eaten for breakfast or Brunch, this protein-packed dish is filled with taste and healthy goodness, making it the ideal choice for an Iftar treat. Made from Spices, tomatoes, peppers, onions and eggs and quick to prepare and cook, it is delicious morning or night. Try this Chakchouka recipe.
Ramadan Pidesi from Turkey
One of the few dishes that actually contains the name Ramadan in its title. This bread is a Turkish specialty and tastes as good as it looks. It is super-soft bread that is delicately topped with wholesome sesame. If you fancy making some of this yourself, it's easy and low-cost to make.
One of Morocco’s favourite soup dishes and a common treat for Iftar is the Harira Soup. The main ingredients of this delicious soup are chickpeas, onions, tomatoes, rice, lentils, flour, olive oil, and meat.
Already an extremely popular drink in many countries, this delightful ice-cream sundae is always a firm favourite for Iftar. Made from rose-water, psyllium seeds, vermicelli, milk, and ice-cream. This is perfectly refreshing on these warm summer nights.