Ramadan 2024: 7 Iftar Recipes That Can Be Prepared Under 30 Minutes

March 15, 2024

Bornika Das

Updated:Mar 14, 2024

Ramadan month has already begun and in the evenings, with prayers to be performed and bodies demanding rest from a long day’s work, people may want to spend less time cooking the iftar meal. You might want to try some easy recipes at home, especially if guests are coming over. Here are six iftar dishes that can be prepared in under 30 minutes:

7 Iftar Recipes That Can Be Prepared Under 30 Minutes

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When prayers conclude at sunset, the day ends and people gather with their friends and families to break their fast and share a meal. This feast is called Iftar and it features an elaborate spread. The meal provides the nourishment the body needs after breaking the fast. And the spread ranges from fruit platters and curries to biryanis, kababs, snacks and more.    

Having observed a fast for a whole day, you may want to spend less time cooking in the kitchen. Selecting easy recipes that can be done in under 30 minutes each may be ideal for Iftar, especially on working weekdays. 

Here is a list of recipes you can try in under 30 minutes:   


  • Mutton Kheema Masala

This traditional dish is made from minced mutton, which is cooked by combining it with spices like cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, etc., onions, garlic, and tomatoes in under 30 minutes. This is surely one of the easiest recipes you can make for iftar. The hearty minced meat dish is served with paratha, rice, dinner rolls, or roti.   

  • Egg Paratha    

Among the many stuffed parathas like aloo, gobi, matar parathas, and more, anda or egg paratha, is a popular stuffed flatbread in North India. It includes wheat flour dough, a mixture of eggs whipped with seasonings like chilli powder, garam masala, turmeric, salt and pepper, and chopped vegetables like onions, cucumbers, bell peppers and tomatoes. 

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