Keep It Light!

With all the delicious (but quite heavy) dishes and desserts we tend to eat in Ramadan,  a light Iftar day is always a good idea! With health coach Shewekar El Gharably's Ginger & Carrot Soup and Arugula, Sundried Tomato and Parmesan Salad with next to the Baked Chicken Meatballs with Quinoa and Oats (by Jummana Lotfy) and Light One-Pot Okra (by Shereen Badawi), you are sure to enjoy a delicious meal without the guilt! For your after Iftar sugar-craving, bake a banana and date cake. Everyone will love its comforting taste. If you are having a large gathering this weekend, consider this menu to be a healthy corner on your buffet. Your guests will truly appreciate it!


Carrot & Ginger Soup

Quinoa and Chicken Kofta Balls

 Light One Pot Okra

Warm Freekeh Eggplant Salad

Arugula, Sun-dried Tomatoes & Parmesan Salad

Wholewheat Date & Banana Cake

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