Ramadan Recipes Indian for Iftar & Sehri

Looking for some Ramadan Recipes Indian? Yeah! You are at the right place. We have prepared recipes for Indian and Middle Eastern countries which can be cooked easily at home. These dishes are an amazing choice for iftar gatherings.

Try to use a healthy diet in your suhoor and iftar meals, drink enough amount of water and juices after breaking and keeping fast to refresh your body. These Ramadan Recipes Indian are healthy and delicious for your dinner.

List of Indian Ramadan Recipes

We have listed the top 10 dishes for Ramadan which is mostly made and cooked in India and Asia.

Veg Toast Sandwich Top Pick

Vegetable Sandwich Indian Recipe for Ramadan

Most people in India are vegetarians and prefer to include vegetables in their diet. This Veg Toast Sandwich is popular street food. We are sharing the recipe of this sandwich so you can make it easily at home as an iftar item.


  1. Slices of bread – 8 to 10.
  2. Tomato – 1 medium size and sliced in small pieces
  3. Onion – 1 medium size and sliced in small pieces
  4. Cucumber – 1 small, Peel off and slice finely.
  5. Beetroot – 1 boiled sliced finely
  6. Potatoes – 1 or 2 boiled peel off and slice finely.
  7. Butter – as required keep on room temperature
  8. Chaat Masala or sandwich spices – to taste
  9. Black Salt – to taste.

For green Chutney

  1. Coriander leaves – ½ cup
  2. Mint leaves – ½ cup
  3. Chat masala powder – ½ tsp
  4. Green chilies – 1 to 2
  5. Salt – to taste
  6. Water – for grinding

How to Make

Green Chutney:

  1. Blend all the ingredients of green chutney in a blender.
  2. Add a little amount of water to make a thick paste like chutney.
  3. Take out chutney in a bowl.


  1. Cut the bread corners if you want.
  2. After put butter on slices.
  3. Now take 4 bread slices and place all vegetable’s slices on them as you need.
  4. Cover these slices with the remaining four slices
  5. Use a hand toaster you can cook one sandwich at a time.
  6. Heat up the toaster and toast one side until it changed its color to light brown.
  7. Do the same for the other
  8. When both sides got brown, take out the sandwich.
  9. Do the same for all other sandwiches

Your sandwich is ready. Serve with the spicy green chutney.

Chana Chaat 2nd Best

Chana Chaat Recipe in Ramdan iftar

Chana chat is quite popular in India and Pakistan. It’s the easiest dish that you can include in the Ramadan menu because the taste of this dish s never disliked. It’s also one of the common street foods of Pakistan and India. We are mentioning the recipe of this quick food for you! Try out and soothe your taste buds with the nutrition pack of chickpeas and the spices.


  1. Kabuli Chana – Two cups boiled
  2. Onion and tomatoes – One cup sliced finely.
  3. Green chilies – Two small finely chopped
  4. Roasted cumin seed powder – 1/2 tsp
  5. Red chili powder or pepper powder – 1/4 tsp
  6. Chaat masala – 1/2 tsp
  7. Amchur powder – 1/2 Tsp
  8. Black salt – to taste
  9. Lime juice – Two tsp – freshly extracted
  10. Papdis crushed – Four pieces
  11. Coriander – A sprig – finely chopped for garnishing

How to Make

  1. Boil the grams/channa (chickpeas).
  2. Take them out in a large bowl.
  3. Now add the chopped onion, chilies and tomatoes in a bowl.
  4. Sprinkle the spices and toss.
  5. Add the black pepper and mix or toss.
  6. Pour the lime juice to give a tangy flavor
  7. Now tale the coriander leaves and do garnishing.
  8. Spread the crushed papdis.
  9. The yummy chat is ready to serve. This chaat is eaten fresh.

Mutton Cutlets Recipe for Ramadan

Indian Ramzan Recipe Mutton Cutlets

People love to include mutton in their dishes. If mutton is added to vegetables you are going to cook, the taste of your dish will be surprisingly changed. So, let’s include a mutton dish in our Ramadan menu.  These mutton cutlets are superb to prepare in an iftar party. If you want to amaze people with your cooking skills and taste then pick these Mutton cutlets from our Ramadan Recipes Indian. We are sure that the unique taste of this recipe will make it favorite dish after trying it.


  1. Mutton – ¼ kg- cooked and minced
  2. Kashmiri red chili powder – One Tsp
  3. Turmeric powder – ¼ Tsp
  4. Garam masala powder – ¼ Tsp
  5. Ground black pepper powder – ¼ Tsp
  6. Ginger garlic paste – ½ Tsp
  7. Green chilies – Two finely chopped
  8. Onion – One large finely chopped
  9. Breadcrumbs – One cup
  10. One egg
  11. Fresh Curry leaves – one sprig
  12. Coriander leaves – 1 tsp – finely chopped
  13. Potato – 1 medium size
  14. Vegetable oil for frying – Four cups
  15. Salt – to taste
  16. Water – One cup


How to Make

  1. Take a pan and add 1 tbsp. of cooking oil.
  2. Add onions and some salt and fry till the onion get soft.
  3. Now ginger and garlic paste in onions and fry for 1 minute.
  4. Sprinkle all the spices and sauté for one minute.
  5. Include the minced mutton and cook for 5 minutes.
  6. Next, include the mashed potatoes and cook for a while.
  7. Add salt according to your taste and mix the mixture well.
  8. Cool the mixture.
  9. Make small round patties
  10. Take the egg in a small bowl and add a pinch of salt in it.
  11. Beat the egg well.
  12. Dip each of the patties into the egg mixture and apply bread crumbs.
  13. Take oil in a frying pan and heat up for a while.
  14. When the oil becomes hot, add the patties in it carefully.
  15. Fry until the patties turn golden brown.
  16. Take out and serve with chutney or ketchup.

Almond Milk/ Badam Milk Dish for Ramadan

The tradition Badam Milk recipe is shared with you. After a daylong fast, if you drink the Badam Milk it will nourish your body in an amazing way. This Badam milk is a great choice for iftar juice as it is healthy, creamy and delicious.


  1. Almonds (Badam) – 20 to 24
  2. Milk – 2 cups or 500ml
  3. Sugar or any other sweetener – 2tsp.
  4. Saffron strands – 1 pinch
  5. Elaichi powder  – 1/8 Tsp

How to make

  1. Soak almonds for 4 to 6 hours OR boil them for 1 minute
  2. It will help you to peel off their skin easily.
  3. Crush saffron by using your fingers.
  4. Take out a ¼ cup of milk for blending almonds.
  5. Take a pan and boil the rest of the milk in it.
  6. Add saffron, elaichi powder, and sugar in while boiling the milk.
  7. Now take the almonds and blend them with ¼ cup of milk that you have separated in step 4.
  8. Add this blend of badam and milk into boiling milk and shake well with a spoon.
  9. Boil for 2 minutes.
  10. Off the flame.
  11. Put in refrigerator for 45 minutes to make it cool.
  12. Serve the Badam milk as Iftar drink.

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