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MUJAHID.NET
09-10-05, 09:12 AM
Which are your best foods for Iftar

Kabsa

Sandwich

Kebab or

Soup

peace2u
09-10-05, 11:01 AM
what is kabsa??


Peace

Bagdad
09-10-05, 01:03 PM
Asalamualaikum sis...

Kabsa is what we saudi's eat rice and cheeken

Wasalam Make dua for me


your sister in islam umm anas

.: Rashid :.
09-10-05, 02:52 PM
Asalamualaikum sis...

Kabsa is what we saudi's eat rice and cheeken

Wasalam Make dua for me


your sister in islam umm anas

Rice and chicken?? Saudis have rice and chicken? (what kinda chicken?)

-Rashid

niqaabi_18
09-10-05, 02:59 PM
salam
ok for iftar..i luv having lamb donar and fries
or
mixed donar and fries
or
chawal(rice)
or
fried chicken
or
spicy chicken wrap
or
samosas
or
pizza
or
chips
or
ice cream
or
pasta
or
coco pops

dats it....hehe

sajid
09-10-05, 05:01 PM
Salams

all iftaar is good i eat anything really not fussy :)

anyway whilst we at it..not attempting to spoil thsi thread or anything but each time we sit on thte table full of nice food in front of us do spare a thought for the less fortunate ones out there that dont have this luxury each day as we do :)

ws
sajid

abdusamad
09-10-05, 05:17 PM
Here is my list:




something eatable

something drinkable

something

reyaah_annasr
09-10-05, 05:48 PM
Rice and chicken?? Saudis have rice and chicken? (what kinda chicken?)

-Rashid

Assalamu Alaikum

Below is some information about Kabsa, taken from an article about Saudi Arabian Food.

As for me, I have to agree with abdusamad and sajid, anything eatable and drinkable. However the best are dates, the Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) used to eat fresh dates, if they weren't available, then dry dates, if these weren't available, then water. And finally the worst thing you can do is fill up your stomach and then have to pray Taraweeh, how many people make that mistake.:D :vomit:

Wassalam

Umm Musab Al Barbariyah

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Saudi Arabian Foods

The Saudi Kingdom is well known for its variety of traditional dishes that reflect the diversity of the regions and the custom of the people. Most of the dishes contain meat, rice, wheat, vegetables and spices that give these recipes a special flavor. One of Saudi Arabia's most famous dishes is Al-Kabsa. Al-Kabsa is made of rice cooked with red or white meat or chicken in a pot. A variety of spices and salads can be added to the dish. Al-Kabsa is considered a staple dish throughout the Kingdom..........

http://www.inmamaskitchen.com/FOOD_IS_ART/mideast/saudi_cooking.html

MUJAHID.NET
09-10-05, 07:28 PM
what is kabsa??


Peace

Sister Peace2U,

Kabsa is a saudi dish of rice and chicken or meat

THANKS..

AssalamuAlaikum

AbuAbdurahman

MG
09-10-05, 07:36 PM
cant beat good old chicken and rice :)

Guardian Hijab
09-10-05, 08:54 PM
Asalamualaikum

Other...

SAMBUSA'S! WHERE ARE MY SOMALI BROTHER AND SISTERS AT!

:banan:

Wa'alaikumasalam

.: Rashid :.
09-10-05, 10:27 PM
lol...I like "biryani" or "akhni" which is just a typical asian rice thingie with looads of "ghee" :D

Its soft and carbohydratee so it keeps me going until suhur :)

-Rashid

peace2u
10-10-05, 01:36 AM
Asalamualaikum

Other...

SAMBUSA'S! WHERE ARE MY SOMALI BROTHER AND SISTERS AT!

:banan:

Wa'alaikumasalam

Sis I'm not Somali but I'll join you on this one

:banan::banan::banan::banan::banan::banan::banan:: banan::banan:


Peace

peace2u
10-10-05, 01:39 AM
Asalamualaikum sis...

Kabsa is what we saudi's eat rice and cheeken

Wasalam Make dua for me


your sister in islam umm anas


Sister Peace2U,

Kabsa is a saudi dish of rice and chicken or meat

THANKS..

AssalamuAlaikum

Is it like Biriyani??


Peace

.: Rashid :.
10-10-05, 05:23 AM
Assalamu Alaikum

Below is some information about Kabsa, taken from an article about Saudi Arabian Food.

As for me, I have to agree with abdusamad and sajid, anything eatable and drinkable. However the best are dates, the Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) used to eat fresh dates, if they weren't available, then dry dates, if these weren't available, then water. And finally the worst thing you can do is fill up your stomach and then have to pray Taraweeh, how many people make that mistake.:D :vomit:

Wassalam

Umm Musab Al Barbariyah

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Saudi Arabian Foods

The Saudi Kingdom is well known for its variety of traditional dishes that reflect the diversity of the regions and the custom of the people. Most of the dishes contain meat, rice, wheat, vegetables and spices that give these recipes a special flavor. One of Saudi Arabia's most famous dishes is Al-Kabsa. Al-Kabsa is made of rice cooked with red or white meat or chicken in a pot. A variety of spices and salads can be added to the dish. Al-Kabsa is considered a staple dish throughout the Kingdom..........

http://www.inmamaskitchen.com/FOOD_IS_ART/mideast/saudi_cooking.html

:jkk: for the info BTW. I forgot to say jazakallah earlier :embar:

-Rashid

reyaah_annasr
10-10-05, 07:22 AM
Assalamu Alaikum

Wa Iyaak

Wassalam

Umm Musab

abdusamad
10-10-05, 02:41 PM
Asalamualaikum

Other...

SAMBUSA'S! WHERE ARE MY SOMALI BROTHER AND SISTERS AT!

:banan:

Wa'alaikumasalam


Your Somali????




More somalis than i thought here. :p

abdusamad
10-10-05, 02:42 PM
Sis I'm not Somali but I'll join you on this one

:banan::banan::banan::banan::banan::banan:


Peace



Count me in ..... :banan::banan::banan:

islaha
10-10-05, 04:04 PM
my fav iftr is anyfing dat is food.i cud jus eat anytyp of food rite now:nuts:

MMS
10-10-05, 05:07 PM
crocodile meat :D

peace2u
10-10-05, 10:51 PM
:eek:


Peace

MUJAHID.NET
11-10-05, 05:20 AM
I eat anything when it comes to time of Iftar