Top 20 Types of Ramadan Drinks and Dishes

Top 20 Types of Ramadan Drinks and Dishes

1 Dahi Vade

Dahi Vade is a lentil ball that is dunked in yogurt and served with different types of chutney. It’s a classic yummy snack that is often sold as street food. The dumplings are made with lightly spiced dal (urad) fried; so that it will remain soft and spongy. Red chili, roasted cumin powder, red chili, and sweet chutney is used to garnish it.


2 Haleem

Haleem is a delicious meat stew and is very popular in the middle East. It’s a hearty food; a mixture of meat and grains. This dish is often served in Muharram gathering. The best haleem dish will be found in a Muslim kitchen. It’s made with boneless meat and served with onion rings.


3 Chicken 65

Chicken 65 is a yummy, hot, and fiery dish. It’s a popular snack dish often served as starters. It is made with boneless chicken marinated with deep fired and full of spices. It’s a traditional Hyderabadi dish with lots of varieties. Like its name, it is rich in flavour and has a mouth watering taste.


4 Ramazan Kebabi

Ramadan Kebabi is the most awaited dish of Ramadan. It is a dish made with beef mixed with sliced garlic, tomatoes, mint leaves, and yoghurt. It also restores the liquid of your body. Serve it hot with garnishing.


5 Full Medammes

Full Medammes is a bean marinated with garlic, lemon juice, and olive oil. It’s a traditional Egypt dish served as breakfast and popular as street food. It is delicious, and flavorful with spices. It is garnished with sliced hard-boiled eggs and pickled onions.


6 Paomo

Paomo is a stew of chopped steamed bread cooked in lamb. It has bread that are cooked in small pieces, and then added to the lamb soup. The beef paomo is a version of this made with beef. This dish is served with sliced onions, chili paste, and coriander leaves.


7 Chapatis

Chapati is a flat Indian bread filled with meat. It’s a pan-grilled flatbread. It’s popular in most of South Asia, India, and Africa. It’s very delicious, and yummy to eat. No oil or ghee is added for flattering or spreading the wheat flour.


8 Fattoush

Fattoush is a salad made with toasted pita bread and vegetables. This dish is from the Middle East including Syria. It’s very versatile and simple. It has a variety of optional ingredients like carrot, feta cheese, red pepper, pomegranate arils, and black olive.


9 Kanafah

Kanafah is a famous Arab dish, and there are different ways to pronounce its name. It’s a desert made with a variation of flavors and fillings that are yummy to eat. Egyptians fill it with rich cream and sugar syrup. Nuts are sprinkled all over the dish to enhance and garnish it.


10 Kolak

Kolak is a popular dessert during Ramadan. It’s an Indonesia based yummy sweet soup and can be served chilled or at room temperature. It is made with coconut milk, and there are many variations to this dish like adding banana will be called Banana Kolak.


11 Aloo Dal ki Tikki

Aloo Dal ki Tikki is potato patties fried with boiled lentil stuffed inside. It’s a perfect evening snack that is served with tamarind chutney and green chutney. It requires a deep fry in coconut oil to get the crispy and smoky yummy taste.


12 Grilled Fruit Chat

Grilled Fruit Chat is a starter served in skewers, a variety of fruits are entered into and are grilled with spices and juices. To make it juicy, black salt, jeera powder, black pepper, and red chili powder are used with lemon juice for dressing the fruit chat.


13 Panchratna Dal

Panchratna dal is a healthy and tasty preparation with five different lentils such as urad, moong, channa, tuar, and masoor. The dals are made creamy and then garnished with coriander leaves. It can be served it with rice or roti.


14. Date Shake

Date Shake is made with chopped dates, unsweetened soya milk, ripe banana chopped and peeled, ice cubes, and cinnamon or cardamom. The date pits are removed from it before blending. All the ingredients are put together and blended well to make it creamy and served immediately.


15 Ragi Oats Ladoo

Ragi Oats Ladoo is a sweet dish made with oats, ragi flour, honey, dates, and milk. They are coated with coconut and sesame seeds. It’s a healthy delicious dish that can be eaten in Ramadan. Dates are chopped in pieces with roasted sesame seeds and cashew nuts.


16 Kabuli Pulao

Kabuli Pulao is made with the goodness of chickpeas and rice. This dish is made with cloves, cinnamon sticks, mace, black pepper, and garlic paste. Chana and rice are cooked separately and then mixed with each other. It can be served with curd, salad, or chutney.


17 Sevain with a Peach Murabba

Sevain is cooked in spices, butter, and sugar. Milk is boiled with cinnamon, saffron, and cardamom; then butter is added and blended well with heavy cream. Chopped peach is cooked with jaggery and sugar until it dissolves. It needs 40 minutes to cook and 10 minutes to prepare.


18 Chicken Pakora

Chicken Pakora is an Indian snack made with chicken. The chicken cubes are dipped in the batter of mango powder, gram flour, anardana, and masalas. This dish has the perfect combination with a cup of tea. The chicken batter is deeply fried to get the perfect crispiness and then served with green chutney.


19 Mutton Bhuna Gosht

Mutton Bhuna Gosht is a delicious yummy dish popular across Pakistan and India. This dish is made with mutton leg roasted with lots of fiery spices to give a mouth-watering taste. It is best served with jeera rice and is perfect for a party.


20 Badam Korma

Badam Korma is a lamb cooked in creamy almond gravy. This dish is made with onion paste, ginger garlic paste, red chili, salt, stained chicken, coriander powder, and chicken stock. Meat is cooked soft and after cooling almond is added to it. Then, pour in the cream and mix well. It takes a total 50 minutes to cook the dish.