Ramadan is just around the corner and we are going to cover a lot of Iftaar recipes from all around the world. Just follow our world recipe section for Iftar Ideas for the coming month. Here is a cornbread fried fritters from America to spice up your Iftaar with the addition of Jalapenos. A must try for this Ramadan or you can have them with your evening tea sessions.
Cornish Pastries is a famous pastry devoured in Great Britain and Ireland and has a history from the mining days where the miners use to bring cornish pastry as it is easy to eat and is a whole meal in itself with flour, meat and vegetables. Here is a recipe which is easy to follow and heart warming once you have them.
A hearty warm soup is sometimes all you need to fill the stomach and warm the soul after a tiring day. It is a complete meal in itself with the thick soup filled in a hard bread bowl. The hot soup eventually soaks into the bread and make it moist enough to be had along with the bowl itself (in this case the bread). A super easy recipe that you need to try. Not to neglect the aesthetic look of the final product that will make you feel like a master chef.
Hunan Style Chicken is a Chinese dish of chicken marinated in a sweet and spicy mix consisting of honey and soya sauce before it is fried. It has a mellow mix of sweet and spicy making this dish unique on its own. There are many variations of how to cook the chicken and some slight variations are also there in the ingredients. As a cook, you can adapt the spicyness and sweetness according to your tastebud. Best paired with hot rice. The ultimate Chinese food.
Felafel is a common starters found throughout the middle east. It’s country of origin is supposedly Egypt where the idea of making these Felafel balls came for trying to substitute meat. Felafel is usually served with Pita bread with some salads, pickles and tahini based sauces or it could be had just as it is. Check out our super easy recipe below.
Chicken Satay is one of the most common starters in South East Asia. It is sometimes called the cousin of Kebab due to the similarity in preperations namely the use of spices, marination and baRbebecuing. Thanks to the spice route. There are slight variationas across countries like the Indonesian Satay has a sweeter overtone, while the Thai satay is less sweet. This recipe here is Malaysian Chicken Satay recipe with Peanut sauce. The 2 pair together very well complimenting each other.