The month of Ramadan marks a time of spiritual reflection and worship. Participating Muslims refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours, but when the sun sets, the fast turns into a feast, the Iftar. During Iftar, people gather to break their fast together, traditionally starting with a date (the dried fruit). In addition to the date, a range of wonderful dishes are served. Here's a list of some of the favorites of Global Voices bloggers.
Happy fasting from Global Voices bloggers who have shared links!
- Start with the Lebanese appetizer salad Fattoush, finish with the sweet desert Kallaj, raw or fried – meanwhile, drink the red rose drink, Sharab Ward.
- Try the popular Egyptian stuffed vegetables Mashi, watch how to make a proper Foul or check this blog, Yasmeen Health Nut, and get tempted by the Suhoor meal Lamb Shorba.
- Get warm with this hot Indian stuffed green chillies.
- Cool down again with a Pakistani milky drink, Sherbet, described on the blog Islamic Iftar.
- A Malaysian blogger of The Cat, The Rabbit & The Hedgehog shares the Uzbek Lamb Plov Pilaf.
- Don't miss the award-winning Pakistani-Afghan food blog, The Spice Spoon.
Want to add your own favorite? Please do share it with us!