Ramadan Recipes

Create your Iftar and Suhoor simply with our exhaustive collection of yummy yet healthy Ramadan recipes. These tasty dishes will add variety, color and nutrition to every food this month of Ramadan. Get your every day amount of nutrition tips to ensure healthy eating from the start of Ramadan during the month, to the superb spread of the Eid-Ul-Fitr feast.

Latest Recipes Of Ramadan Recipes 2024

How to Stay Hydrated and Energised this Ramadan

4 Habits to take on from Ramadan

4 Tips on How to Stay Fit During Ramadan

Peri Bites Recipe | Masala Kitchen

Peri Bites

Dahi Baray | Masala Kitchen

Dahi Baray | Masala Kitchen | Quick Recipe | Masala TV

Fruity Tart Chaat Recipe | Dawat

Fruity Tart Chaat Recipe | Dawat | Abida Baloch | Ramzan Recipes

Turkish Pide Recipe | Masala Mornings

Turkish Pide Recipe | Masala Mornings | Shireen Anwar | Turkish Food

Dum Ka Qeema | Masala Kitchen

Dum Ka Qeema | Masala Kitchen | Quick Recipe

Stuffed Masala Chicken With Makhni Gravy Recipe | Lazzat

Stuffed Masala Chicken With Makhni Gravy Recipe | Lazzat | Samina Jalil | Fast Food

Most Popular Recipes of Ramadan Recipes

Peri Bites Recipe | Masala Kitchen

Peri Bites


Aalu Samosa Recipe by Shireen Anwar

Double Fried French Fries

Dahi Phulki

Puri Paratha

Fried Dhaka chicken

Fried Dhaka chicken Recipe by Shireen Anwar


Namak Paray

Special Zarda by Shireen Anwar

Katori Chaat

6 Special Eid Dishes for a Perfect Eid Dinner

Shinwari Karhai

Pheni – Short Recipe


Chicken Cheese Samosa




Dal ki Kachori by Shireen Anwar at Masala Mornings

Imli aur Podinay ki Chutney

Daal Maash kay Dahi Baray

Chicken Lollipops

Ramadan is a blessed month; a month for Allah. In Pakistan, people will often tell you how Ramadan is their favorite month. While fasting the entire day can be a challenge, the food served on the table at the time of Sehr and Iftar is all we wait for all day long.
In this holy month, Muslims all across the world are praying to Allah, making sure to be at their best behaviours and living the life that their religion expects of them.
Pakistan is a country full of culture, heritage and festivities. Ramadan is the month in which Pakistanis give their best to Allah but also enjoy it like no other month of the year. Most of the enjoyment and celebration are dependent upon food. Pakistanis are food lovers and there are no two ways about it.
Some people would also say that Ramadan is the month that is the most celebrated one and the special Ramadan Dishes that are made at everyone’s home are what they wait for all year long. There are unique Ramadan recipes each family has and these are specifically prepared for Ramadan.
People usually like to celebrate this month with their family and loved ones which make this month even more remarkable. Families prepare Ramadan special recipes and store them in the freezer; these are half done and almost ready to serve so that it is not difficult to prepare these while fasting. Most households special Ramadan recipes include Pakoras, Samosas, spring rolls, kachoris, dahi baray, channa chaat and fruit chat that are regularly prepared during this month.
Each member of the house has their Ramadan recipe ideas that they either want to prepare themselves and or ask the person who is in charge of Sehr and Iftar to prepare them. Sometimes these Ramadan recipe ideas turn out to be so amazing that these become those recipes for Ramadan that are a must on the Sehr or iftar table.
In fact, the craving for delicious Pakistani food can sometimes be so strong while fasting those individuals who have never cooked search for easy Ramadan recipes and prepare them. Ramadan recipe ideas are always popping in one’s mind when they are hungry during the fast which is why people can easily explore their cooking skills in Ramadan by making Ramadan dishes because Ramadan Recipes are usually simple and less time consuming to prepare.
One of the most wonderful elements of this month is that everyone around the house is willing to help in the kitchen so children join their mothers in the kitchen and help them prepare easy Ramadan recipes. Adorable little ones preparing dishes and recipes for Ramadan adds in all the more flavor at the Sehr and Iftar tables.
Pakistanis have a taste of their own and usually prefer Ramazan recipes in Urdu so that it gives them the taste that they are looking for. Moreover, Ramazan recipes in Urdu also help people in comprehending them better which is why Masala Tv always understands it’s audience and creates the best possible Ramazan recipes in Urdu. These Ramadan recipes in Urdu that are prepared by our chefs and cooking experts will help you achieve the perfect taste you are looking for. Try preparing these incredible yet easy Ramadan recipes at home and you’ll be stunned by how great they taste.