These spicy mutton pakodas are bombshells of flavour. Boneless mutton is cooked with spices and then coated in a gram flour batter, deep fried and served with a green chutney.

A healthy and nutritious jumble of ingredients comes together to become this delicious chaat, which makes for a great form of snacks at an iftar party.

After breaking your fast with fruits, you need something quick and fun, especially if you have young people at the party. These chicken nuggets will beat any frozen nuggets hands-down.

Onion pakodas, bhajjiyas, call it whatever, peyaji is one of the most popular iftar snack. And all you need is onions and Bengal gram flour!

With fruits, you also need a bit of savoury salads. Aloo kalbi is that sweet, salty and tangy salad that works fantastically and is a crowd favourite.

Iftar party is incomplete without a mutton in main course. Try out this sublime recipe cooked with the least amount of spices and highlighted with tomatoes, garlic and black pepper.

Although it is typically a winter dish, but this recipe of Late Sadia Dehlvi is so good that you have to keep this slow cooked mutton shanks for your Iftari.

There’s firni, there’s fruit custard, there’s sheer khurma too but this ande ka halwa is so delicious and requires the most basic ingredients available in all kitchens.