Vegetarian Iftar Recipes
Muslim vegetarians are typically considered a rarity in the Muslim world. After all, Islamic foods are known for delicious meat kebabs and shawarmas from varies places such as Turkey, Lebanon to India and Afghanistan. Muslims also celebrate Eid-al-adha, which involves sacrificing sheep to commemorate the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God, but instead he was able to sacrifice a ram (by Allah's command). However, the number of Muslim vegetarians are rising in the world today. Whatever the Muslim vegetarian's motivations are, there are no less vegetarian Islamic dishes abound in the Muslim world to enjoy, as there are meat dishes.
Here is a sample of great Vegetarian Iftar dishes to try out.
Moroccan Vegetarian Harira
Tunisian Leblebi (a chickpea soup)
Lebanese Hummus (appetizer)
Indian Naan Bread
Lebanese Fattoush (salad)
Egyptian Kosherie (main dish)
Syrian Qatayef Asafiri (dessert)
Dates Squares (dessert)
Pakistani Sherbet (drink)