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  • LaylaAb
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    Suhoor- 2 cups of water

    iftar: broke fast with dates, fruits, and water.

    main dinner: rotisserie chicken, rice, salad, chicken and spinach stew.

    Dessert- cake and tea

    Alhamdulilah I had a little bit of everything and didn't over eat. I feel good.

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by AmantuBillahi View Post

    Yeah. It's one of our more traditional and expensive dishes. I usually like to start off the beginning of Ramadan eating all of my favourite meals.

    Is your husband/son going to be satisfied with this or do you have to prepare a separate course for them?
    No, they had something different. They would consider that a punishment than actual Iftar food.

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  • sajid
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    Suhoor - Water, Scrambled Egg, Chocolate Youghurt :/
    Iftar - Veggie Rice with with BBQ Sauce and Rai and Water

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  • Layla_
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    Suhoor - porridge with black seed and banana. Watermelon. 3 medjool dates. Water.

    Today I will also add a drizzle of honey, some chia seeds, flax seeds & break up some medjool dates in my porridge Insha allah

    iftaar was a fruit platter, pastries & a lamb dish with tiger bread

    oh and lemonade

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  • AmantuBillahi
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post

    That looks nice. Is that Persian food? Pakistanis have a variation of that too.
    Yeah. It's one of our more traditional and expensive dishes. I usually like to start off the beginning of Ramadan eating all of my favourite meals.

    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post

    For Iftaar - it will be something like tuna, lettuce, eggs, cucumber, water and tea.
    Is your husband/son going to be satisfied with this or do you have to prepare a separate course for them?

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by LaylaAb View Post

    Lol, I mean carbs as in carbohydrates
    Sorry. I should have known that's what you meant.



    Have you gone Low Carb?

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by AmantuBillahi View Post
    "Baghali Polo ba Mahiche" or lamb shank with dill rice and lima beans:

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pr...sEfR9XCoYfaHug

    Cucumber/onion mixed yogurt:

    https://familyoven.s3.amazonaws.com/...r-cucumber.jpg

    And a garden salad on the side inshaAllah.
    That looks nice. Is that Persian food? Pakistanis have a variation of that too.

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  • AmantuBillahi
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    Sehri:

    2 Boiled eggs
    2 pieces of toast
    Fruit salad
    Half a banana
    2-3 litres of water

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  • AmantuBillahi
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    "Baghali Polo ba Mahiche" or lamb shank with dill rice and lima beans:

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pr...sEfR9XCoYfaHug

    Cucumber/onion mixed yogurt:

    https://familyoven.s3.amazonaws.com/...r-cucumber.jpg

    And a garden salad on the side inshaAllah.

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  • LaylaAb
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post

    Crabs? Like Lobsters ...?
    Lol, I mean carbs as in carbohydrates

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  • MyUsernameIs...
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post

    I will let you know... But I think it will be more than enough In Sha Allaah.
    Hmmm ....if it is filling enough I may try it for iftar too

    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
    I am fond of Samosa Chaat btw - I guess I will have to put that aside and stick to this for as long as possible.
    Oh gosh who isn't ....*drools*

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by MyUsernameIs... View Post

    Ramadan is always the best time for a restrictive diet.

    That sounds like a salad ....is that going to be filling enough?
    I will let you know... But I think it will be more than enough In Sha Allaah.

    I am fond of Samosa Chaat btw - I guess I will have to put that aside and stick to this for as long as possible.

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by LaylaAb View Post

    If only I could take the plunge too. What a perfect opportunity. Crabs is everything in our house. But I'm working on cutting it down and have been somewhat successful.
    Crabs? Like Lobsters ...?

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  • MyUsernameIs...
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
    So I took the plunge, and decided to go Keto this month - In Sha Allaah. My memory is terrible, and I feel like I need a challenge.

    For Iftaar - it will be something like tuna, lettuce, eggs, cucumber, water and tea.
    Ramadan is always the best time for a restrictive diet.

    That sounds like a salad ....is that going to be filling enough?

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  • LaylaAb
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
    So I took the plunge, and decided to go Keto this month - In Sha Allaah. My memory is terrible, and I feel like I need a challenge.

    For Iftaar - it will be something like tuna, lettuce, eggs, cucumber, water and tea.
    If only I could take the plunge too. What a perfect opportunity. Crabs is everything in our house. But I'm working on cutting it down and have been somewhat successful.

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