The Ramadan Cookbook: 80 delicious recipes perfect for Ramadan, Eid and celebrating throughout the year
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Food blogger Anisa Karolia says she understands the meaning of Ramadan much better now she’s an adult. From perfect predawn meals for Suhoor, to hearty and satisfying meals for Iftar, as well as dishes made for celebrating with friends and family during Eid al-Fitr, and all the accompanying salads, chutneys, breads, drinks and desserts you'll need, this book has all the most popular Ramadan dishes covered. If you have already submitted another request to index a book or magazine yourself, please do not make any additional requests until you have indexed and submitted that book or magazine.
Karolia also likes that this gives her time for a nap. “Because it can be a long day, especially waking up pre-dawn. Summertime can be more challenging than winter” – as the days are longer, meaning Muslims fast for longer. Dusted with chopped pistachios and dried rose petals this easy, light tres leches-style cake is a beautiful addition to any dessert table.Dates are commonly seen during Ramadan, because they contain “a lot of vitamins and minerals”, explains Karolia.
With the start of Ramadan less than a fortnight away, this week's publication of Anisa Karolia's The Ramadan Cookbook is all the more timely
Our client is a forward thinking well-recognised luxury... C&M Travel Recruitment Ltd: Business development manager What I thought: This is a great recipe to try out if you’re bored of making the same noodle dish again and again. I was a bit doubtful about how much chilli and garlic sauce was advised in the recipe, but honestly, it was so yummy and very spicy! This was such an easy recipe too, perfect to prepare for an iftar when you’re tired and hungry. Full Book Name: The Ramadan Cookbook: 80 Delicious Recipes Perfect for Ramadan, Eid, and Celebrating Throughout the Year
The debut from the Leicester-based recipe blogger and self-taught cook is an attractively photographed collection of 80 recipes to inspire the home cook looking to feed family and friends at suhoor, iftar and Eid. I now think more about countries where they don’t have food at the end of the day. We know that we are fasting, but we are looking forward to a table full of delicious food.”
She also considers how she prepares the food, and has been increasingly using the air fryer, to keep meals lighter and healthier. What Ramadan means to me: It is my favourite time of the year, when I am closer to my faith, my family, and my inner self. It helps me be more empathetic, disciplined and, most of all, thankful.