Ramadan

Sunrise to Sunset

Ramadan

A month where you can only eat from sunrise to sunset. Often the first bite is a date;dates are common fruit in the middle east.

Background

  • Fasting from sunrise to sunset
  • Ninth month in the lunar calendar


http://www.whats4eats.com/holidays/ramadan-recipes-and-traditions

Foods


  • Fesenjan: A thick rich duck dish
  • Ful Medames: Slow simmered fava beans with seasoning of olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and some spices
  • Harira: A soup with usually with lamb, vegetables and spices
  • Lham Lhalou: The Arabic words for "sweet meat" is a platter of sweet fruits simmerd with soft lamb
  • Pakora: This popular Indian appetizer consists of assorted vegetables coated in chickpea batter


http://www.whats4eats.com/holidays/ramadan-recipes-and-traditions