Recette Ramadan [Pour le jeûne]

Recette Ramadan for the approaching holidays of fasting to refresh your taste buds is here! These recipes are easy to make, affordable, and delicious. Go ahead and pick any Recette Ramadan to try in iftar. We believe that our sincere efforts to bring these tasty foods to your hand will make your dishes yummier.

Iftar is the time when the whole family sits together to break their fast. Its tradition to break the fast with something sweet commonly dates following the Sunnah of our Prophet (PBUH). There are a variety of dishes that are also cooked to eat in iftar. And we are here with some best dishes to cook in Iftaar.

Recette Ramadan List

We are not going to talk much and jump towards the Recette Ramadan.

Brick with minced meat

Try this Brick with minced meat as your iftar item. The Ramadan Recette is too simple and, take only 30 minutes of your precious time.


  1. Minced meat – 200 g
  2. Onion – 1
  3. Garlic minced – 1 clove
  4. Egg – 1
  5. 1 hard egg (optional)
  6. Parsley – chopped
  7. Cinnamon – A pinch
  8. Cheese – Grated
  9. Salt pepper
  10. brick sheets
  11. Orange blossom water (optional) – 1 or 2 drops

How to Make

  1. Take a pan and pour olive oil in it.
  2. Put chopped onion in olive oil and fry for a while.
  3. Add the minced meat and separate it by using a wooden fork.
  4. Now add the chopped garlic, parsley salt, pepper, and cinnamon to it and cook.
  5. Add the crushed hard egg and mix the filling/stuffing.
  6. Now you can add the raw egg and grated cheese to bind the stuffing.
  7. You can also add a drop of orange blossom if you want, because it’s optional but gives a nice fragrance.
  8. Cool the filling.
  9. Take the pastry sheets and fill with minced meat one by one.


If you make the bricks early cover them with food to not make them harden.

If you want to prepare and freeze a large quantity then do not melt them earlier, pass them to the frying pan.

Bourek au thon

Want to taste tuna brigs with  Harira soop but find it difficult to make while fasting? We are here with an easy and quick recipe of the yummy tuna brigs. Make early before iftar as you can serve them warm or cold. This Rectte Ramadan is best to serve with harissa or chorba soup.


  1. Brick – 8 sheets
  2. Box of tuna in oil ( it is more tasty and I used tuna au naturel)
  3. Coriander – chopped
  4. Egg – 1
  5. Grated cheese (for me emmental) – 4 tbsp.
  6. Lemon – Juice of half
  7. Pitted green olives (cut in slices) – 1 handful
  8. Salt & pepper – 1 pinch of each
  9. Paprika – ½ teaspoon
  10. Laughing Cow Cheese Spread
  11. Oil

How to Make

  1. Take a bowl and put the drained tuna, coriander, green olives (cut in slices) and grayed cheese.
  2. Add the egg.
  3. Also add the lemon juice,
  4. In a container, put the drained tuna (I used the tuna au naturel), coriander, green olives cut in slices, grated cheese.
  5. Add the egg.
  6. Pour the lemon juice and sprinkle paprika, salt and pepper.
  7. Take a tablespoon of the stuffing on the sheet of brick and add the cheese.
  8. Fold in the shape of a triangle.
  9. Heat the oil in a frying pan.
  10. When the oil become enough hot then add the brick gently.
  11. Turn sides and cook until both sides pick brown color.
  12. Take out from oil and Place on paper towels before serving.
  13. Serve the tasty bricks by drizzling them with lemon juice.

Chick pea Salad

Chick pea can be used in several dishes. In Ramadan, Just soak or boil them to use in iftar dishes. I also do the same. This time I tried to make a nice salad of chick peas with herbs and the taste was amazing. So, I am sharing it with you. Make this refreshing salad in your iftar meal and we are sure you are going to love the taste of chickpeas with herbs.


  1. Chickpeas – 1 can
  2. Pepper – 1 yellow
  3. Pepper – 1 red
  4. Tomatoes – 2 small
  5. 1 bouquet of fresh herbs – (cilantro, mint or chives)
  6. lemon -1/2
  7. Olive oil
  8. Salt and pepper


  1. Soak or boil the chickpeas.
  2. Cut peppers & tomatoes into small pieces.
  3. Put them in a bowl.
  4. Drain chickpeas
  5. Add them to the salad bowl.
  6. Add the lemon juice
  7. Pour a tablespoon of olive oil.
  8. Add the fresh herbs preferably and chopped.
  9. Mix well and place in a cool place.
  10. Try to eat this salad fresh.

Iranian kebab koobideh

This Iranian kebab called koobideh is perfect to prepare in an iftar dinner. I am going to share the recipe with you so you can make it easily.


  1. Minced meat – 500 gr
  2. Onion – 1
  3. Garlic – 4 cloves
  4. Turmeric – 1
  5. Sweet paprika – 1 tablespoon
  6. Cumin – 1 good pinch
  7. Sweet pepper – ½ tablespoons
  8. Parsley (chopped) – 1 tablespoon
  9. Coriander – 1 tablespoon
  10. Salt and pepper
  11. Olive oil

For the yogurt sauce:

  1. 2 Bulgarian yogurts
  2. 1 good pinch of cumin
  3. Fresh coriander finely chopped
  4. Salt pepper

How to Make

  1. Cut the onion in small pieces.
  2. Grate the garlic.
  3. Add them to the minced meat.
  4. Sprinkle the spices, parsley and cilantro
  5. Mix everything and book cool one night or a few hours if you’re in a hurry
  6. Shape long pudding on wooden picks
  7. Flatten them a little with the hand and brush them lightly with olive oil with a brush
  8. Place them on a lightly oiled baking sheet
  9. Bake 5 to 10 minutes at 200 ° preheated oven
  10. You can also cook them on the barbecue.

For the little yogurt sauce

  1. Stir in a bowl the yogurt, a good pinch of cumin, salt and pepper
  2. Add a tablespoon of finely chopped fresh coriander
  3. Mix everything and accompany your skewers!

Tiramisu Recipe for Ramadan

Dates and Samosas are a classic Ramadan combo. This dish is sure to please everyone at your Iftar table!


  • 1 package of dates
  • 1 package of samosa pastry dough
  • 1 cup of vegetable oil for frying
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of ground cardamom


1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Fill a small bowl with warm water and soak the dates for 5 minutes.

3. Meanwhile, roll out the samosa pastry dough on a floured surface.

4. Cut the dough into 3-inch circles.

5. Place a date in the center of each circle and fold the dough over to form a triangle.

6. Pinch the edges closed and place on a baking sheet.

7. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.

8. In a small saucepan, heat the sugar, cardamom, and 1/4 cup of water over low heat until the sugar has dissolved.

9. Raise the heat to medium and bring the mixture to a boil.

10. Remove from the heat and let cool.

11. In a large skillet, heat the oil over medium-high heat.

12. Fry the samosas in batches until golden brown.

13. Drain on a paper towel and drizzle with the cardamom syrup.

Enjoy your Dates and Samosas!

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