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30 meal ideas for making Iftari special for your family

Asda asked Mums “How did they decide on what to cook for Ramadan?” A number of Mums said they opted to tune in to cooking programmes on TV for meal ideas, while some said they go through recipe books. Quite a few looked for ideas in magazines/newspaper whilst many others searched the Internet for meal ideas.

Mums were also asked if they found cooking during Ramadan challenging? Many of them agreed that cooking during the month of fast was challenging. Like thousands of others thinking about what to cook this month, Asda customer Mrs. Sara Shah, a Homemaker from Birmingham, said: "Any new meal ideas and ingredients around this month are welcome. I’m constantly looking for meal ideas as I often get stuck thinking about what to cook for Iftar. I do ask family and friends for ideas but most often I’ll read the newspaper for inspiration. ”

A number of Mums also shared that their number one priority was to look for bargains and special offers when shopping for Ramadan. Asda customer Khadijah Daria from Leicester said: “I want value for my money so shop at Asda for large ranges on products at low prices. I stock up on the essentials like rice, lentils, oil and spices. It’s thereafter I take time out to look for new recipes and ingredients, always looking to cook up something different and exciting.” 

Helen Yates, Customer Planning Manager for Asda Ethnic Ranges said: “Our customers have told us that in the weeks running up to Ramadan they are looking for trusted brands on key staples like rice, flour, oil and spices. Then during Ramadan they want to see new and interesting products as they are looking for inspiration. Whether they top up their shopping or do a big planned shop, being able to get everything to make a meal is essential which is why this year we have focussed on getting the right brands at great prices as well as making sure we have other exciting products that the customer will be delighted to see in Asda.”

 

To help you with your Iftar meal planning this year, Asda is sharing a special collection of tasty and loveable Ramadan meal ideas that will add variety, aroma and taste to your Iftar table. 

IFTAR RECIPES FOR RAMADAN

 

DAY 1

Stuffed Dates - 

Chicken Paratha Roll DAY 2

Malai Kebab - 

Strawberry & Anise Smoothie DAY 3

Spiced Vegetable Puffs

- Fruit Chaat DAY 4

Besan Ke Dahi Bade DAY 5

Chicken Pakora

DAY 6

Lime Chicken Tacos with Tomatillo Salsa DAY 7

Keema Korma with Rice DAY 8

Steak & Chips DAY 9

Chicken Rogan Josh with Potatoes & Peas DAY 10

Baked Salmon with Dill & Thyme

DAY 11

Chicken Pita Rolls with Hummus & Tabbouleh DAY 12

Creamy Pasta with Roasted Vegetables DAY 13

Aloo Ki Tikki DAY 14

Turkey Burgers Stuffed with Feta DAY 15

Spiced Whole Chicken

DAY 16

Pau Bhaji DAY 17

Cholay & Chappati DAY 18

Chicken Chaat

- Creamy Date Shake DAY 19

Black Dal & Chappati DAY 20 

Gajar Ka Halwa with Ice Cream

DAY 21

Oven Roasted Lamb Chops DAY 22

Chicken Tikka Masala Tacos - Banana Lassi DAY 23

Peshawari Chapli Kabab DAY 24

Chicken Jalfrezi DAY 25

Cheesy Jalapeño Burgers - 

Pomegranate & Date Smoothie

DAY 26

Puri Kebab -

Watermelon Milk Shake

DAY 27

Channa ke Dal with Naan DAY 28

Chicken/Lamb Biryani DAY 29

Honey Almond Milk - 

Samosa Chat

DAY 30

Haleem

 

So, for your next big shop head to your nearest Asda for some great offers and the best range of products this Ramadan.

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