A question Muslims often ask one another during the Holy Month of Ramadan is: “What are you eating for iftar?”
Iftar is the evening meal eaten after sunset during Ramadan. For some, it can be a challenge coming up with a healthy meal to eat after a long day of fasting. This Ramadan, we partnered with social media chef Sister Ronica of @mymanabites to bring you three easy and healthy recipes to try out for iftar!
Korean Fried Cauliflower
For those times you want to spice up your side dish –– Korean Fried Cauliflower is perfect. Sis. Ronica’s recipe has an amazing mix of flavors and the recipe is extremely easy to follow. Cauliflower has anti-inflammatory effects, has the ability to fight heart disease and cancer, has anti-aging properties and so much more.
Vegetarian Lasanga Stew
Lasagna is often a fan-favorite for dinner. If you are looking to try something different, Sis. Ronica’s recipe for Vegetarian Lasagna Stew is perfect for you! It comes with onions, garlic, bell peppers, zucchini and tomatoes. You can also customize the recipe to suit your vegetable and nutritional preferences.
If you love Indian food, then this one’s for you! Salmon is filling, and absolutely delicious. Plus, it contains so many nutrients, including omega-3 fatty acids, protein, B vitamins and potassium. Sis Ronica’s recipe for Tandoori-Spiced Salmon is great for those nights you need something quick, but still tasty.