The Seher and Iftar are the most important parts of Ramadan. Seher refers to the time when fasting begins and Iftar is the time to break the fasting. In this sequence, Iftar considered to be the most substantial meal you have for all day long. So, a healthy and full of nutritious Iftar is must, as it will provide your body the necessary calories.
As the Holy month of Ramadan has been approaching with full joy and holiness. It’s also comes up with so many things to do. In this Holy month, the responsibilities and duties of women become so much hectic. They not only have to look for her home and children but also have to take care of their health and fitness. To maintain their family’s health and fitness, all you need is a full nutritious Ramadan diet (especially Iftar) which nourishes and refresh your whole family.
The Seher and Iftar are the most important parts of Ramadan. Seher refers to the time when fasting begins and Iftar is the time to break the fasting. The whole day fasting tone down the energy level so the Iftar menu should be full of nutritious values.
In this Ramadan, make your Iftar menu with Fashion Central’s iftar menu tips and guidelines and gives your family healthy, nutritious and a full of taste iftar.
Tips to make a perfect Iftar meal:
It is the Islamic way to break the fast with dates and water. Dates are rich in iron, calcium, sulfur, phosphorus, potassium etc. They are rich in calories as compare to any other fruit. Dates help in fighting fatigue. Due to fasting, one can get constipated. Date fruit is rich in fiber and helps in preventing any type of stomach problems.
Water helps in keeping your kidneys healthy. So drink a lot of water.
After breaking your fast with dates and water, go for a fruit salad. There is a lot of energy in fruits. Digestive problems such as acidity can be overcome by eating lots of fruits.
Make any kind of yogurt salad, fruit yogurt or you can also simply add salt and pepper to yogurt. Eating yogurt will keep your skin very healthy and beautiful. Yogurt is a good source of protein and calcium; also it has lowest fats.
You can eat chicken, fish, mutton, or beef steak or curry and serve it with bread or rice.
An energy booster drink can also be prepared to boost up your energy.
You can also add grains such as barley, maize, oats etc to your meal. Instead of steaks, you can also prepare pie for a delicious iftar meal.
Beside all this, remember that this is not a time to try to impress by making the meal as extravagant as possible. Ramadan is a Holy period, a period for self-reflection, a period for self-discipline. So, Meals should be modest, dignified affairs, not uproarious feasts.
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