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Stuffed Dates Recipe - Ramadan Specials

To view written recipe, click here: http://www.cookingwithalia.com/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&ite... Ramadan is coming up soon - it is the holly month where Muslims fast from sun rise to sun set. In Morocco, dates are considered a very important ingredient during this month as Moroccans break their daily fast with dates and milk.

Added: 1126 days ago by Irenetreesa

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Sesame Almond Date Balls Recipe - Ramadan Special Recipe

Sesame Almond Date Balls for Ramadan Full recipe here: http://www.shebayemenifood.com/content/sesame-%D9%90almond-date-balls

Added: 1128 days ago by Irenetreesa

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Fruit Salad Recipe to Break your Fast - Ramadan Special Recipe

Salad Fruit in Citrus Cups / Importance of Hastening to Break our Fast.

Added: 1128 days ago by Irenetreesa

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Iftar drinks Recipe - Ramadan Special Recipe

http://www.knowtosave.com This video is about how to make a delicious drinks for iftar in the month of Ramadan and eid as well. It is in English. Iftar is the food and it is the time when Muslim come to the the end of their fasting. It can be mentioned that iftar differs from country to country, but usually one food should be in common that is date because breaking the fast is the sunnah. The drinks has fruits, yogurt, ice cube, water, suger.. It is good source of vitamin and it is great for digestion as well. After fasting the whole day this kind of drink in the iftar energize one.

Added: 1128 days ago by Irenetreesa

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Haleem Recipe - Popular in Ramadan for Iftar

This video is to demonstrate how to make haleem or halim. It is a very popular Indian, Pakistani and delicacy of other south Asian countries that is very popular in the holy month of Ramadan. It is mostly eaten for and after iftar. Haleem is mostly minced or diced meat with lentil. There are chicken, mutton, beef and lamb haleem. It is also sold in restaurants. One should not be surprised if one sees haleem as street food in busy Indian or Pakistani cities. http://www.knowtosave.com

Added: 1128 days ago by Irenetreesa

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