28 Food to Eat at Suhoor

28 Food to Eat at Suhoor

 

 

First, I would like to wish you a peaceful Ramadan, may the holy month bring you utmost peace and prosperity! Ramadan holds a special place in my heart! I love the family gatherings around a delightful iftar and suhoor! There is always a sense of unity and Ramadan is a wonderful time to reconnect with your family and loved ones, and on top of all, it is a month of pure intentions and  spiritual connection with God.

In Ramadan our meals are altered as we eat only two main meals, iftar and suhoor.  Basicly, Suhoor  is an important meal that helps you maintain energy and hydration throughout the day and it helps you make your fasting easier and tolerable; it is usually served before one hour or two before sunrise. 

Suhoor should be rich, diverse and nutrient-packed, but still not too heavy. It is essential to include proteins, carbohydrates, and healthy fats such as olive oil, avocados, nuts etc..

And make sure to drink enough water, especially that Ramadan comes this year in the height of summer

Here is a great collection of recipes to be added to your suhoor repertoire:

 

1-Dates, Dried Fuits and Nuts

2-Manakeesh

 

 

3-Meshtah served with Labneh and olive oil

 

 

4-Homemade Granola with Milk or Yogurt

 

 

5-Crustless Tuna Quiche with a Salad on the side

 

 

6-Yogurt Balls with Cucumbers, Tomatoes and Fresh Bread7- Date Walnut Bread

8-Egg in a Crusty Bowl of Bread

9-Bagels with Zaatar and Labneh

10- Freekeh  Halloumi and Pomegranate Salad

11-Fruity Salad with Rosemary and Honey Vinaigrette

 

 

12-Grilled Chicken and Pineapple Salad

13-Labneh Tomato and Pomegranate Salad

14-Fruity Mango Salad

 

15-Caprese on Skewers

 

 

16- Roasted Pear and Goat Cheese Salad

 

17-Blackberry Salad with Brie Cheese, Almonds and Cranberries

 

 

18-Beet and Arugula Salad

 

 

19-Open Faced Tomato Mozzarella Pesto Sandwich

 

 

20- Cheesy Garlic Bread with a Cup of Tea

21- Arayes with Plain Yogurt on the Side

 

22-Lebanese Style Spaghetti with Yogurt

 

 

23-Mafrouket Laban

 

 

24-Baked Vegetarian Omelette

 

25-Zucchini Scrambled Eggs with Pita Bread

 

 

26-Creamy Mushroom Sauce with Crusty Bread


 

 

27-Khoshaf

 

28- Kamounit Banadoura/Tomato Kibbeh

 

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