Monday, 1 September 2008

Foods for Ramandan On My Table

As this is our first ramandan together in 3yrs as a family alhamduilah mashaAllah. We making the most of things we can do together as a family and encourage one another inshaAllah. I will post some of the dishes i cook through out Ramandan to share with you inshaAllah.
This is what our shur table looks like , its more for my dh and its typically Algerian suhur
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Cous cous with sultans and home made Laban and dates.

Myself i have a glass of water and 3 dates normally or sometimes a hot chocolate and toast.

4 comments:

strangerinthisdunya said...

Salaam... my brekky was more like your this morning. Not used to the early mornings yet so all I could manage was some of my French cheese with toast and a few glasses of water.

The girls were good though and had boiled eggs, toast, cereals, hot chocolate.

Rainbow In The Grey Sky said...

i note we support the same dish set humm i wonder where we picked them up from loool , your girlies were mashaAllah.

sonya said...

Dh does'nt get up for breakie, i don't know how he manages it, especially as Iftar is at almost 8pm!
But he also breaks his fast with dates, tonight i'll stuff them with an almond paste. They go down lovely with a glass of milk or tea.

://: Heni ://: said...

Esalaams,

MachAllah dates, hot cocoa and some toast are really all we need LOL! I wish I could get away with simple meals like this ... but tradition you need. Shame really since in my opinion goes against the essence of Ramadan!

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