Eid is preceded by the holy month of Ramadan where those who are observing it fast until sunset, taking their first bite after that. We decided to check out some of the top favorites from around India, and, we are proud to say, after our teamâ€™s intense research (Burp! We are still reeling from sheer overindulgence), we present to you a list of our top ten favorite Ramadan eats.
The prophet apparently loved eating dates and so do we! Luscious dates, sweet and sticky, are perfect for breaking a fast. With the high levels of sugar and mineral salts in them, they are intensely nourishing, and apparently, eating a couple of them with a glass of water can actually keep you full for quite some time. Besides, we love adding them to chutneys!
Whether itâ€™s Rooh Afza or rose syrup or a basic lemon soda, a glass of cold sherbet is the perfect thirst quencher after a long day of fasting. All you need to do is mix some flavored syrup with cold water or soda, add ice if you want, and you are done!