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Iftar of the Day: Chocolate and Nut Stuffed Dates

Chocolate and Nut Stuffed Dates Allah to Z Activity Book


Why do Muslims break their fasts with dates? This sweet, sticky and delicious fruit is brimming with nutrients, vitamins and minerals. After a long day of fasting, dates help give immediate energy while digesting slowly. They are commonly eaten at Iftar time everyday during Ramadan, as Prophet Muhammad (SAW) would break his fast with ripe dates before he would pray.

Get your children involved in this easy and fun recipe from the upcoming Allah to Z: Activity Book, or make your own creations with just about anything you can think of!

Iftar of the Day: Chilled Watermelon “Chaat” Salad

The Tiffin Box










We recently came across The Tiffin Box, a food, recipe and review website, with pictures so beautiful we had to dig a little deeper. Michelle Peters Jones creates original recipes and ones inspired by her family, and writes about East Indian, British and Canadian food, with a strong focus on using fresh, local and sustainable ingredients.

Ifar of the day:  Chilled Watermelon “Chaat” Salad (click for recipe)

This refreshing salad incorporates cooling watermelon, cucumber and cilantro, with a dash of spicy and tangy chaat masala for a uniquely Indian twist. And with Ramadan in the middle of summer, nothing is more refreshing and hydrating than a watermelon. Be the hit of any iftar party with this juicy, mouth-watering dish.

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