Recipes to Inspire You During Ramadan
Harira

Harira (Moroccan Lentil & Tomato Soup)

Harira is Morocco’s deliciously fragrant tomato and lentil soup which is most often served during Ramadan to break the fast. It is simple to prepare but requires a few hours of cooking time. It’s worth it!

Tunisian Hsou

Hsou

Hsou is a spicy and hearty Tunisian soup eaten with a chunk of bread. It’s often prepared during Ramadan.

Hummus

Hummus

Hummus is a delicious Middle-Eastern dip made from chickpeas. In this version I use tinned chickpeas to make hummus in less than 10 minutes!

Irish Stew

Irish Stew

This is a very simple and tasty lamb stew. Soak up the gravy with some Soda Bread!

Kabsa

Kabsa

This dish of meat, rice and spices is found all over the Arab Peninsula and has many variants. This is a simple but delicious version.

Kabuli Pulao

Kabuli Pulao

Kabuli Pulao is an Afghan pilaf dish and one of the most internationally recognized Afghan rice dishes.

Kebab Maghdour

Kebab Maghdour

Kebab Maghdour is a Moroccan kebab that is cooked in a tagine and topped off with eggs. Delicious!

Keema Curry

Keema Curry

Keema curry is another simple and delicious way to cook mince. It’s a meal in a pan and reminds me of a spicy cottage pie. Except it’s not a pie. And it has nothing to do with cottages.

Kheer HD

Kheer

Do you hate rice pudding? You’ll LOVE this! The recipe was shown to me by a lady in Lahore on a recent visit.

Kibbeh

Kibbeh Bi Shamiyeh

Kibbeh is a dish of minced meat and bulgar wheat and takes many forms. This recipe is for the stuffed meaty “torpedos” served as part of a meze.

Kısır

Kisir

Kisir is really a Turkish version of Tabbouleh, but more tasty and more spicy! Use as a side dish or as part of a meze.

Kleftico HD

Kleftico

I first had this lamb-based dish on the Greek Island of Aegina about 10 years ago. It left such an impression on me that I’ve been cooking it ever since! This is not the traditional Kleftico recipe you find in the cookbooks…

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