The month of Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection, self-improvement, and fasting from dawn to sunset. For
many Muslims, suhoor (or sehri) is a crucial meal that provides the necessary energy and nutrition to get through the long day of fasting.
However, it can be challenging to prepare a nutritious and satisfying meal in the early hours of the morning when time is limited. That's why we've put together some quick and easy meal prep ideas that can help you make the most of your suhoor while saving time and effort. These ideas are customisable to individual preferences and dietary restrictions, and can be prepared in advance or in a matter of minutes. Read on for some delicious and nutritious suhoor meal ideas that will help you stay energized and focused during Ramadan.
Suhoor (Pre-dawn Meal):
Option 1: Paratha or Roti with a side of omelette or fried egg, Greek yoghurt, and a small glass of milk. (Don't you wish you could have one of Nafees Sweet Centres parathas for sehri, the best parathas in manchester!)
Option 2: Chana chaat or boiled chana mixed with onion, tomato, cucumber, and spices, a small glass of lassi or yoghurt drink.
Our Channa Chaat at Nafees Sweet Centre can be purchased on the evening before your suhoor, our air-tight containers keep them fresh until the following day. Perfect for enjoying them during your Suhoor with the family!
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You can customise these options to cater to individual preferences and dietary restrictions. For example, vegetarians can replace egg options with plant-based protein sources such as Channeh or Dhaal. Those with lactose intolerance can substitute milk with plant-based alternatives such as almond or soy milk.
Remember, it's important to eat a balanced meal that provides sufficient energy and nutrients to sustain you during the fasting hours. The modified Suhoor meal options provide a combination of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats that can help keep you full and energized throughout the day.