From the article: Ramadan Recipes
hat are your favorite Ramadan foods? Do you have have special foods that you serve during Ramadan? Share your Ramadan food traditions and read what are serve for the iftar. Share Your Ramadan Meals
Kunun Gyada and Funkasau
- I love the taste of groundnut pap and wheat cake (traditionally known as funkasau in Hausa) immensed in cow leg peppered soup. Hmmm....its truly DELICIOUS
- —Guest Rahmatu
- Ingredients: • 2 Pounds skinless, boneless chicken - cut into 1-1/2 inch pieces • 6 Almonds • 8 Cloves garlic • 6 Jalapeno peppers, seeded and chopped • 1 Inch piece fresh ginger root, peeled • 1 Lemon, juiced • 1/2 Cup heavy cream • 1 Cup chopped fresh cilantro • 2 tbsp Butter • Salt to taste How to make... • Soak almonds in water for about 15 to 20 minutes, drain. • Put the almonds, peppers, garlic, ginger, and cilantro into the bowl of a food processor and blend it till smooth. • Add salt to it and blend in lemon juice and cream. • Place the mixture to a big, non metallic bowl. • Place the chicken into the bowl and turn it to coat. • Cover and marinate into the refrigerator for about 24 hours. • Preheat the grill for high heat and lightly oil grate. • Remove the meat from the marinade and thread onto the skewers. • Brush chicken with butter and arrange the skewers on hot grate and cook it till cooked through. • Silken Kebabs are ready to serve.
- —Guest Maha
- I love the variety of Iftaar snacks that are made only during this month! The chicken kebabs in particular -
- —Guest Nadia
alala beans cake
- after breaking my fasting i iove to take my koko purrage with alala beans cake.it was a traditional breakfast among the arewas in northing nigerian.
Bamyeh, Rice, and Pita Bread
- Bamyeh is miniature fried okra cooked in a garlic tomato sauce. It's usually served with basmati rice with fried vermicelli and pita bread.
- —Guest K. Muro
- I like 'koko and kosai' a local Hausa food in Northern Nigeria. It is a light cereal guel with a fried beans ball. Fresh pinapples are my favouite fruits
- —Guest HUSNAH