With Ramadan around the corner, everyone across the country, and the world, is gearing up to embrace the holy month the best way they know-how. If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed and unsure how to organize your days during the month, we’ve got you covered with some suggestions and inspiration across the different activities, tasks, and habits that people take on during Ramadan.
We don’t know about you, but our Ramadan days are 90% occupied thinking about food. So for those who are like us and spend most of their workdays dreaming and fantasizing about what they’re having for Fitar + Suhour, this article is for you:
For some quick wins, easy-to-prepare trays that would be great for a nice suhoor gathering with friends, Ramy always has creative and simple ideas.
For easy comfort food recipes, check out Yomna’s creative and high-quality posts that will turn you into a comfort food cooking master.
Malak’s Food Journey
Looking for amazingly inspiring and colorful salads? Make sure you catch Malak’s Salad Sunday for this week’s creative bowl that will add a pop of color to your Ramadan table.
Your favorite oriental dish is now easy for you to make at home. Thanks to Sarah’s detailed recipe posts, you can find oriental desserts on her page for the classic “Mosalsalat and Halaweyat” time.
Ate something at a restaurant, and you’re dying to recreate it at home? Muhamed Hazem probably already has the recipe and the video to show you how it’s done.
We’ve shared our suggestions with you and we hope that we’ve given you ideas to help embrace the Ramadan vibes this year.
Make sure to check out the #MonthOfGood on Instagram and across other Meta family apps to find more inspiration for good during the holy month