Pakistani Ramadan Recipes for Iftar 2019 (Pakistani Dishes)

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Have you ever experienced enjoying Ramadan cuisine from Pakistan? If you have not tasted it, then you have missed the world’s most delicious cuisine. So if you are a Muslim or have Muslim fellows then go ahead with these Ramadan special recipes to satisfy your taste buds. These Pakistani Ramadan favorites are a love to taste as the heavenly and perfect flavor of every delicacy will leave you to crave for more. Pakistani women are not only blessed for their extraordinary taste in their Ramadan specialties, but they are also creative with every flavorful dish.

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Here is the List of Pakistani Ramadan Recipes.

1. Cresent Samosa Top Pick

It is one of the secret and unique recipe of samosa with mild flavors so everybody can easily have it. The name is derived from the half-moon as crescent because the shape of this samosa is of the crescent. It can be made with chicken or beef. Here are the ingredients:

  • Chicken minced 1 kg
  • Black pepper powder 2 tbsp.
  • White pepper powder 2 tbsp.
  • Cumin seeds 1 tsp
  • Cornstarch 4 tbsp.
  • Ginger garlic paste 2 tbsp.
  • Crushed green chilies 2 tbsp.
  • Salt to taste
  • All-purpose flour half kg
  • Baking powder 1 tbsp.

Recipe Guide

Add mince, black pepper, white pepper, ginger and garlic paste, cumin seeds, cornstarch, salt, green chilies in a pan and cook well, set it aside. In another pan, add flour, cornstarch, baking powder, salt, cumin seeds, and a half cup water, cook until it becomes dough and keep stirring between. Leve the dough to set to the room temperature then roll. Use the crescent samosa cutter, place the rolled dough on the cutter, fill with the mince filling, and close it to get the samosa with perfect shape. Leave for an hour in the freezer and after that take them out and coat with eggs and crumbs. Fry and serve this delicacy with ketchup and chili garlic sauce for a perfect Iftaar.

2. Toffee Kababs 2nd Best

This kabab is something different from other ordinary kababs. It is full of flavors with a touch of Seekh Kabab. It is a blend of spices and innovation. This is wrapped with creativity in butter paper to give it a perfect touch and look of Seekh kabab with ease. The ingredients and recipe are here:

  • Minced chicken 1 kg
  • Crushed coconut 2 tbsp.
  • Tandoori masala half packet
  • Seekh kabab masala half packet
  • Egg 1
  • Cornstarch 2 tbsp.
  • White pepper powder 1 Tsp
  • Oil 2 tbsp.
  • Butter papers as required

Recipe Guide

Wash and soak the mince properly until the mince is dry. Add all the ingredients and mince in the bowl now mix well and leave for an hour. Prepare butter paper by cutting them in equal rectangles according to the size you want. Now place the mince in the center of the paper and wrap like a toffee. After, wrapping all of them place them in the refrigerator for two hours at least. Take them out and fry on low flame until the color of the wrapper changes to golden. Enjoy the yummiest toffee kababs with any of your favorite chatni or raita.

3. Bajrey Kabab 

This traditional and flavorful kababs are different from other kababs and our favorite of many for Ramadan eatery. They are also known as ancient kababs. The ingredients are:

  • Beef mince 1 kg
  • Tomatoes 2 chopped
  • Onion 2 chopped
  • Coriander leaves handful
  • Coriander seeds 1 tbsp.
  • Ginger garlic paste
  • Garam masala
  • Turmeric powder 2 Tsp
  • Crushed green chilies
  • Bajra flour
  • Salt to taste
  • oil as required

Recipe Guide

Add all the ingredients with some water and mix them well. The batter must be thick enough to hold the balls we are going to make. Make small rough circles and fry them on a medium flame until fully cooked.

These are some of the most demanding and delicious recipes we love to have on our table for iftar, but there are many more. Some of them are:

  • Bread rolls
  • Tandoori cutlets
  • Chinese chicken kababs
  • Bread pockets
  • Aloo Samosa
  • Tikka samosa
  • Dahi Baray
  • Daal way
  • Pakoray
  • And the list goes on.