Top 20 Ramadan Party Food Ideas For Your Festive Celebrations

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Ramadan is one of the most celebrated festivals for the Muslims when they throw Iftaar parties and invite guests to their houses. In such a holy and joyous occasion, you may look for the best recipes for the Ramadan party. Do you want your guests to appreciate you for the amazing food and bring a smile on their faces? Here’s a list of the top 20 Ramadan party food for your festive celebration.

1.Chicken Biryani

Chicken Biryani is a premium scented rice cooked with meat, egg, potatoes, and Indian spices, which originated in the Indian sub-continent. It is so popular dish among the Muslims that it is almost considered as a ritual to have Chicken Biryani during Ramadan.


2.Chicken Chap

Chicken Chap is a Nawabi dish consisting of large pieces of chicken or chicken legs that are slowly cooked and their main ingredient is yogurt. This dish serves a perfect match to go with Chicken Biryani.



Phirni is a sweet dish made of milk, and is topped with almonds and saffron. It is a very delicious desserts which is rich in Calcium and vitamin D, which strengthen your bones and muscles.


4.Kofta Kebab

This kebab is one of the smokiest and tastiest recipes you might taste in life. It is healthy for patients suffering from diabetes and heart ailments and is rich in Vitamin B, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus.


5.Chicken Drumsticks

Chicken Drumsticks are the roasted chicken legs, which may be roasted in a bar-be-que or oven. It is an extraordinarily tasty starter that goes well with green coriander sauce, salad, and lime squeezed on it.


6.Grilled Za’atar Chicken

This restaurant-style dish is unbelievably quick, and easy to cook for Suhoor, and rich in protein. The ingredients are- za’atar, chicken, sumac, sesame seeds, lemon, virgin olive oil, cloves, garlic, and salt. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and marinate the chicken for 15-20 minutes. Preheat the oven and grill to 400 F. Garnish with scallions, and mint, and your dish is ready!


7.Ice-cream Sandwich

The ice-cream sandwich is one of the most satisfying desserts that serves as an ideal Ramadan party dish. You may also top the sandwich with chopped dates and dry fruits like, almonds, pistachios, and cashews, which will add to its taste and nutritious value.


8.Hoda’s Mom’s Baklava

This dessert is a honey-soaked crispy pastry stuffed with delicious nuts inside it- walnuts and groundnuts mixed with butter and cinnamon. It is a nutritious and healthy dish which is low in calories and free from both saturated fats and trans-fat.


9.Shami Kebab

Shami Kebab is said to be one of the healthiest snacks rich in nutrients like vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, selenium, iron, and zinc. It is also a tasty dish that can serve as a perfect late-night snack for you. You can either bake it or deep-fry it.


10.Baked Masala-spiced Salmon

The ingredients used to make this mouth-watering fish recipe are- salmon fillets, masala spice blend, white wine, maple syrup, and coarse mustard. Place the fillets in a baking pan and mix the mustard, maple syrup, and masala blend in a small bowl. Spoon this on top of the fish and let it rest. Preheat the oven to 450 F. add wine and cook when it is bubbling. Bake the fish at 135 F for 6-8 minutes and the dish is ready!


11.Lamb Burgers

Lamb burgers are the tastiest late-night snacks you can bake for yourself and are highly nutritious. This dish contains iron, zinc, vitamin B12, magnesium, selenium, and high-quality protein.  You can serve it with garlic butter tomato sauce, or tarragon mayonnaise, or cilantro-lime sauce.


12.Pakistani Pakora

The ingredients used to make this late-night snack is effortless, and so is the recipe. You only need is chopped onions, potatoes, green chili, coriander, cumin, coriander seeds, baking soda, corn flour, water, oil, gram flour, and salt. Add cumin, coriander, chopped onions, potatoes, green chillis, coriander seeds, cumin, gram flour, corn flour, water, and salt in a mixing bowl to make the mixture. Put oil on the fryer and put a spoonful of the batter to it. Cook until it becomes brown, and serve on top of tissue paper so the oil is soaked.


13. Pakistani Seekh Kebab

Pakistani Seekh Kebabs are healthy and tasty because these kebabs use little oil and, are mostly baked kebabs. Also, chicken is a source of high protein source that gives you the energy that lasts the whole day.


14.Malai Tikka Kebab

If you are looking for the best recipes to serve your guests at Ramadan, then Malai Tikka Kebab is an ideal starter to be served at the Ramadan party. Also known as Reshmi Kebab, this dish is an excellent source of protein that boosts your energy.


15. Sheer Khurma

Also known as Sevaiyan, this dessert is made of Vermicelli, milk, dates, pistachios, almonds, raisins, cashew nuts, and sugar. This is a perfect midnight snack to fill your stomach and is highly nutritious, and rich in anti-oxidants and fibers.


16.Chapli Kebab

Mixed with spices, this dish is prepared by baking or deep-frying the ground beef into patties. It is served best with mustard dip or coriander sauce and perfectly suits for your late-night cravings. It has a good amount of protein and iron in it and has a lower amount of fat.


17. Baked Falafel

During the month of fasting, you may want to cook some baked recipes rather than deep-fried recipes because the baked recipes are lighter and healthier compared to the deep-fried ones. To cook baked falafel, you need to make a dough mixture first. For that, blend the ingredients- soaked chickpeas, roughly chopped onions, parsley, garlic, cilantro, pepper, and spices in a blender. Add chick flour and baking soda and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Next, place the mixture on the falafel scoop and bake at 425 F. The baked falafel is ready!


18.Chicken Salad

Though the recipe to this salad is very straightforward, it serves as a tasty and tangy side-dish. It is also highly nutritious because it contains veggies as well as chicken which can serve as a complete protein-packed diet for you.


19.Pakistani Keema (Bhuna)

Pakistani Keema or Bhuna is a side dish made of slow-cooked meat which is served best with tortilla, or naan. It is a spicy dish of beef (higher percentage of fat) or lamb (lower percentage of fat) and is a must-have dish for Ramadan.


20.Date Roll

The date roll is healthy and delicious and the recipe to make it is effortless. The ingredients used to make this dish are- dry fruits, medjool dates, sesame seeds, and butter which contains proteins, potassium, calcium, and antioxidants- that improves our immunity.