Sohour for Six

Sohour is the more relaxed gathering of Ramadan - where you can have your friends over without stressing about the time of serving or making sure everyone is having his soup. Also, your guests are more chilled and less hungry, allowing you to be more innovative with traditional Ramadan dishes.

Beside nuts and the delicious Ramadani dried fruits, use the dips as an appetiser on the table with crudités and crackers. Make sure to have a refreshing salad, a bread based dish to make sure its filling and a yummy protein dish.


Nuts and Hummus Dip with Crudites (sliced cucumbers, carrots, colored peppers)

Fresh & filling Lentil & Apple Salad

Delicious Eggplant & Labna Burschettas

Alexandrian Liver with Baladi bread

Sweet Rolled Baklava

No-Sugar-Added Light Khoshaf

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