Ramadan Turns Everyone A Foodie & Here Is The Top Iftar Food

Ramadan is back. While the meaning of Ramadan is strict fasting observed from dawn to sunset, hungry stomach means everybody is seeking food like never before, and iftar means food festival, everyday for a straight 30 days in a month of Ramadan.

Here are some top ten foods, seek after by locals nationwide during Ramadan.

1. Dates
It is known among local Muslim that the Prophet Muhammad P.B.U.H. told its disciple to do iftar by eating ruthab fresh dates, if none then tamr dried dates, if none then few sips of drinking water.

2. Cendol
This is a drink mixture of rice flour cendol with some other condiments such as kidney beans, sago, grass jellies, dunk deliciously in coconut milk. See here if you want to know on how to make it, homemade.

3. Bubur Lambuk
Made famous by authentic 60 years old preserved Masjid Kampung Baru Kuala Lumpur bubur lambuk recipe. Every year during Ramadan, committee members cook and gave out thousands of this simple rice spiced congee to patron nearby.

4. Homemade Soymilk
Cold soybean milk is an all-time favourite among fasting locals as the homemade version deemed healthy and more flavorful.

5. Murtabak
A pan fried bread using roti canai dough usually stuffed with meat, eggs and onions, eaten with sauce either curry gravy or sweet picked onions.

6. Sugar Cane Drink

7. Onde-onde

8. Ayam Tempayan

9. Roti John

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