Pakistani Ramadan Recipes You Should Try this Ramadan

Did you ever taste Pakistani cuisine? If not, then you have to realize that you have missed out one of the tastiest cuisines on the planet.

Noodle Kebabs:

This is a very innovative Pakistani Ramadan recipe. If you are looking to surprise your guests, give this recipe a try!


• Chicken noodles

• Soya sauce

• Oil

• Coriander

• Chili sauce

How To Make?

1 Boil the noodles.

2 Fry the boiled noodles in oil. Add chili sauce, soya sauce and chopped coriander to the pan.

3 When the mixture cools down, use a cookie cutter to mold the mixture in the shape of kebabs.

4 Bake the kebabs in oven (at 180 degree Celsius).

Tikka Chicken Samosa:

This is one of the most amazing Pakistani Ramadan recipes for Iftar.


• Chicken breast

• Lemon juice

• Tikka masala

• Salt

• Eggs

• Manda Patti

How To Make?

1 Marinate chicken breast with tikka masala, lemon juice and salt.

2 Heat oil in a pan and deep fry the marinated chicken breast.

3 Use manda Patti to wrap the Samosa. Make a filling of chicken breast and coat with eggs.

4 Deep fry until it turns golden brown.

Ghilafi Kebabs:

Ghilafi kebabs are tempting Pakistani starters, perfect for your iftar party!


• Mince

• Capsicum

• Onions

• Tomatoes

• Green chillies

• Ginger garlic paste

• Lemon juice

• Garam masala

• Salt

• Cashews

• Cream

• Bread

• Oil

• Coriander leaves

How To Make?

1 Mix all the chopped vegetables with coriander leaves, ginger garlic paste, salt, lemon juice, cashews, cream, bread and mince.

2 Mold the paste in the form of kebabs and refrigerate them.

3 Deep fry the chilled kebabs in oil and serve hot.

Bread Rolls:

Bread rolls are amazing evening snacks in India as well as Pakistan. The taste remains delicious on both sides of the border!


• Bread slices

• Mashed potatoes

• Green chillies

• Red chili powder

• Salt

• Oil

• Dhania

How To Make?

1 Add green chilies, salt and red chili powder to the mashed potatoes.

2 Soak bread slices in water.

3 Press them in between your hands.

4 Make a filling of mashed potatoes.

5 Deep fry bread rolls.

6 Serve hot with chutney.


Khajla makes an amazing simple Pakistani Ramadan recipe. If you are running short of time, this is the recipe to try!


• Flour

• Ghee

• Ararot

How To Make?

1 Make dough using flour and water.

2 Make small rolls of the dough and put ghee on them.

3 Slit them and leave for 10 minutes.

4 Make small roti like rolls of the small dough rolls.

5 Deep fry them in ghee.

Tandoori Cutlets:

This highly nutritious Pakistani Ramadan recipe is a popular Indian snack too.


• Flour

• Eggs

• Oil

• Salt

• Vinegar

• Red chili powder

• Green chillies

• Garam masala

• Boiled potatoes

• Tandoori chicken

How To Make?

1 Mix tandoori chicken, vinegar, and garam masala, salt and chopped green chilies in a bowl.

2 Mash boiled potatoes and mix with the mixture prepared in step 1 to form a thick paste.

3 Mold the paste in the form of cutlets.

4 Beat eggs in water.

5 Coat cutlets with flour. Dip in eggs. Deep fry in oil.


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