1. Flavored Yogurt
Yogurt is a known food for Sehri around the world. It keeps stomach calm and cool and reduces the thirst throughout the day..
Learn to make flavored yogurt at home by Chef Asad Latif in video.
2. Date Shake
Date is a powerful source of potassium, magnesium and sugar which are the dire need of your body in Ramadan ul Mubarak. Date shake is ideal drink in sehri to keep you going across the day.
Get the recipe of dates shake
No one can reject the cool refreshing lassi glass and especially when there is a hot day ahead, it becomes a must. Get dozens of delicious lassi recipes at:
4. Banana Yogurt Milkshake
Banana also comes with potassium and magnesium. Drinking a glass of banana shake would keep you filled and energetic. So consider making a healthy banana shake.
Get recipe here
5. Sabz Ilaichi Kahwa
Kahwa is though recommended to drink few times a day but to start your fasting, it can do wonderful job. It keeps the stomach balanced, and help digest food effectively.
View the recipe of Green Cardamom Kahwa
Sehri is the meal eaten before the Fajr prayer the first of the five daily prayers. It is taken as a blessing. Even if breakfast is served before the sun wakes up, it remains the most important meal of the day which couldn’t be skipped. Muslims all over the world enjoy sehri before keeping the fast. We have a lot of variety in sehri recipes as well for the month of Ramadan. It is very important to take appropriate foods in sehri. You should avoid eating fast foods, kababs, biryani, korma etc. but have cool energy-rich foods for sehri. Sehri recipes mostly include keema, daaal, paratha, pheni, lassi, shami kabab, pasandey, omellette, fried eggs, aloo ki tarkari, sheermal, naan, aloo tikki, aloo ke parathey, aam ki chutney, milk shake, date shake, banana shake and many other recipes that are tasty, healthy and worth eating.
Summer sehri recipes require eating foods that would keep you cool, reduce thirst during fasting as well as keep you active and energetic. Since last couple of years, the month of Holy Ramadan is falling in May and June and also in 2018, it is falling in the month of June - when weather is hottest of the year. In general, there are usual sehri dishes but when there are long hot days of the summer; we need to take very special foods. This year the Ramadan 2019 will fall in the month of May which is quite hot in Pakistan.
We are going to learn about summer-special recipes for sehri that would keep you going all day and also help you protect from heat problems in the day (however you must be careful to avoid sunshine and strokes). It is very important to take appropriate foods in sehri. You should avoid eating fast foods, kababs, biryani, korma etc. but have cool energy-rich foods for sahoor.