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Some Healthy Sehri and Iftars for Ramzan Kareem

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The sacred month of Ramzan is here which calls for a yummy yet healthy diet plan for the people that are fasting also known as the “rozedars”. One of the main things one may not want to forget is to keep themselves hydrated and to choose the right food that helps them in being active during the day.

  • Fruits with oatmeal

The combination of bananas or blueberries with oatmeal is the healthiest meal you can take for sehri. It’s easy to prepare and is one great boosting snack. Oatmeal is a best and one of the healthiest grains out there that are gluten free and are very rich in fiber content. It not only helps in reducing weight but is a good way out to lower the blood sugar level.

  • Potato or egg filled paratha

Who wouldn’t love to have some of the delicious and the yummiest breakfast in history, formerly known as aalloo or anda paratha. It is famous and one of the most desired and extremely tasteful meals.

This meal is a guilty pleasure for a lot of people and is mainly considered to be a fat gaining meal but reducing the use of oil whilst making it makes it a purely healthy meal one that not only works for the diet plan but will definitely make one hell of a meal.

  • Mince meat/ Qeema

This dish is the main desi meal for every Pakistani who wants to try and go with all the spices. Especially when added with a little “tarka”. It may be the favourite meal of every Pakistani out there, especially when eaten with a paratha/roti/bread. It’s best to have this to make your sehri wonderful. It’s a high protein meal that is full of vitamins and is able to lower down the deficiency of iron.

  • Lentil chaat

One best iftari meal that you may not want to be left out on is the infamous “channa chaat” . Partnered with comes a spicy mint green chutney that will make your iftari a fibre rich meal plus the healthiest one as well. This meal is a definite source of vitamin c and other antioxidants that are taken mainly for the boosting of the immune system.

  • Baked samosas

Samosas are one of the traditional snacks of a desi household iftari, but to make it healthy enough to make it a regular on your iftari, you may try to bake it instead of frying it.  Because the baked versions are the most healthiest out of all.

  • Shami cutlets/ kebabs

They are a healthy substitute to the most commonly eaten chicken or mince cutlets that are usually deep fried and take up all the point of a diet plan. This meal can be eaten both with a bread or without one, because its just as delicious that it can work both for sehri and iftari. This dish is almost ranked a grade A food because of it being rich in all the vitamins and minerals needed for an active functioning on a daily basis

  • Shami cutlets/ kebabs

They are a healthy substitute to the most commonly eaten chicken or mince cutlets that are usually deep fried and take up all the point of a diet plan. This meal can be eaten both with a bread or without one, because its just as delicious that it can work both for sehri and iftari. This dish is almost ranked a grade A food because of it being rich in all the vitamins and minerals needed for an active functioning on a daily basis

Fruit chaat

This meal does not only serve as a dessert on the dining but is considered a meal that is fairly enjoyed by Pakistani people. Its a mixture of fruits that not only satisfy the taste buds but obediently abides by the diet plan.

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