This poem by an anonymous source summarizes Ramadan very well –
R ead in abudndance the Holy Quran
A bstain from food, drink and cohabitation
M aintain your nightly trips to Masjid for Taraweeh
A bsolve yourself from Hellfire through seeking forgiveness
D eeds of good, never too many to have
A ttempt to find and utilize the Night of Power in the odd nights of the last 10
N ever return to the sins you have turned your back on in this month.
Now on to the Ramadan recipe inspirations –
As much as I like the traditional Bangladeshi iftar, I love venturing into pasta dishes a lot during Ramadan. They are easy to make, comforting and filling and off course delicious. This Greek Pastitisio from Simply Delicious is something I would give a try sometimes this month. How about you? The healthy broth recipe I shared few months ago can be used to make this baked pasta.
I always crave for sweets during iftar and this date truffle can put my craving to sleep. Do you crave for sweets?