Let’s face it. It’s challenging to eat healthy during Ramadan.
Dinner and Iftar parties, deep-fried foods, and heavily sugared drinks are the norm.
I’ve never believed that traditional South Asian foods are “unhealthy”. On the contrary, I think there’s great wisdom behind our food pairings, culinary techniques, and use of healing spices. Not only that, but these foods suit our digestive system and our palate, so why not celebrate them in our modern kitchens?
That said, we all know how some South Asian food can be loaded with copious amounts of oil, sugar, and spice, which can leave us feeling heavy and bloated.
That’s why I’m sharing my Feel Good Iftar Recipes – 7 Traditional South Asian Recipes Made Cleaner.
These recipes are ones you’re probably familiar with, but they’re made cleaner so that you’ll leave the Iftar table nourished and fulfilled instead of uncomfortable.
All of these recipes are Gluten-free, easy, and straight up delicious!
So, whether you’re fasting or not, South Asian or not, you don’t want to miss this Iftar Recipes E-book!
What’s included in your free e-book:
- Mango Lassi
- 5-Minute Chocolate Energy Bars
- Chana Chaat (Savory Chickpea Salad)
- Black Salted Mint Lemonade – Shikanjvi
- Pina Colada Lassi
- Pan-fried Pakora – (Fritters)
- Rose Milk with Sweet Basil Seeds (Tukmaria)
If this sounds like something you’re interested in, download the E-book now! And hurry, because it’s only available for a limited time! [Closed for 2018]
Thank you and have a blessed Ramadan!