Shahi-Shami-Kebab

Iftari on the table in less than 15 minutes

For those of you who spend the entire day in Ramadan preparing flamboyant feasts for iftari we truly appreciate the effort and of course the pakoras!

Unfortunately most people lack the time, resources and of course the patience necessary to cook while fasting. So regardless of what your reasons may be, we compiled a list of quick recipes you can cook in 15 minutes or less if you’re ever stressed for time!

Shahi Shami Kebab

After a long day of fasting, shami kebabs would really hit the spot. A nice patty comprised of vegetables, meat and a healthy dose of lentils. Keep a stock in the freezer, get some naan from the tandoor and just fry and enjoy in 10 minutes.

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Shahi Shami Kebab

Cheese Balls

Who can really ever say no to deep fried cheesy goodness such as these delicious cheese balls. With ketchup, hot sauce or tartar sauce you just can’t go wrong. The best part is that they are easy to prepare and cook in just minutes.

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Cheese Balls

Hara masala smoked chutney

It’s not always about deep fried food only. Sometimes it’s about what to dunk your deep fried food in. The koyla (smoking the coal) step in this particular recipe takes the traditional green chutney to the next level. Dip your pakoras, samosas, kababs or just lick your fingers. That’s how delicious it is.

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Hara masala smoked chutney

Samosa Cheese Chicken with Corn

Samosas are an integral part of Pakistani cuisine – perfect to serve to guests and to have with chai on a rainy day. The demand grows in Ramadan with them being an essential part of every iftar trolley. If you are tired of the regular aloo (potato) and daal (lentils) samosas, give these cheesy chicken & corn ones a try. We love the sweet corn flavor and well, melted cheese is always delicious!

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Samosa Cheese Chicken with Corn

Tikka Fajita

Authentic tandoori chicken seasoned in tikka boti masala wrapped in toasted tortillas. Delicious, healthy and quick to prepare, this is a popular favorite. Serve with salsa and ketchup.

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Tikka Fajita

Achari Mirch Pakora

The most popular food in Ramazan has to be pakoras and if you are tired of the regular aloo, piyaaz and palak ones you can give this achari murgh pakora a try. Chilis are stuffed with an achaari chicken filling and then dipped in batter. Fried till golden and then served with your preferred dip.

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Achari Mirch Pakora

Anda Karahi Ghotala

Anda is generally considered a Sehri item but why can’t we have it for a iftari snack with some crispy paratha? It’s filling, nutritious and tasty. Chicken & egg are sautéed together to make a maseladaar dish.

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Anda Karahi Ghotala

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