Fasting in the month of Ramzan can be hectic. We know spending time in the kitchen is the last thing on your mind, and that’s why we are here to save your energy and time with these quick Iftar snacks!
These quick Iftar snacks are filling, delicious, and exactly what you need after a long fast! Make them at home, and enjoy a flavourful, and snacky Iftar!
1. Corn Cheese Ball
These crispy and cheesy corn cheese balls are simple to make and will be everyone’s favoruite (Because who doesn’t love cheese?). Add shredded boiled chicken to the mixture, and coat it with egg, if you want a non veg variant of the same!
2. Hara Bhara kabab
This recipe is super healthy and tasty. You can use that air fryer, or just simply shallow fry it, and serve it with Tamarind chutney. Also, don’t forget to sprinkle a lot of chaat masala on it! This recipe is great if your munchkins do not like eating green veggies, try it for the Iftar!
3. Palak Moong Dal Bhajiya
If moong dal is soaked properly, and if palak is fresh, you are going to fall in love with the crunch of this bhajiya! It goes very well with a spicy bowl of Ragda or even ketchup. If you are a fan of crunchy snacks, make this at home!
4. Instant Tawa Pizza
Everybody loves pizza, and we are in love with how quick this bread pizza recipe is. This one can be made in 5 minutes, and you can add as many veggies as you want. If you are a fan of white sauce, then replace the pizza mix with white sauce, add veggies, and follow the same procedure!
Made with white peas, Ragda is a must-have Iftar dish! Make it chatpata with lime juice, chaat masala, and dhaniya! Add tomatoes if you like. Just make sure you are soaking the white Peas at least for 6 to 7 hours, or if you are running late, soak it in warm water for at least an hour.
6. Chana Chaat
Chana Chaat is another great quick snack option for your Iftari. It is healthy, tangy, and spicy. Add Kairi pieces to make it more flavourful, and eat it with the Tamarind chutney!
7. Soya Tikka
Soya Bean pretty much tastes like meat, and this Tikka recipe does give a strong competition to the non-veg tikkas! Soak the soya chunks for an hour or so, squeeze out all the water, and then add marinate it for at least half an hour. Once it is ready. Leave it in the bowl, and give it a smokey flavour by placing a lump of burning coal, and then adding a spoon of ghee on it. Cover the bowl so that the smoke stays inside. Remove the lid, and it’s ready!
8. Dhaba Style Chana fry
Follow this recipe to enjoy a bowl of Dhaba-style Chana at home. This snack is perfect if you have guests at your place. Serve it with schezwan chutney, and win tastebuds!
9. Chicken Crispy
Make restaurant like chicken crispy at home, and enjoy a lip-smacking Iftar. you can add a Smokey touch to it by following the method mentioned above, and have Smokey crunch on your plate!
10. Sooji cutlets
These cutlets are easy to make, are crispy and chewy. Ketchup goes very well with them. Feel free to add different vegetables, and cheese if you want to make it even better!