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Dubai Iftars Under 50 Dhs to Enjoy this Ramadan

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20 May 2018

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Rebecca

Iftars Under 50 Dhs for Ramadan in Dubai

A huge part of Ramadan every year is the breaking of fast at the end of every day. Known as 'Iftar', this religious observance during Ramadan is often done as a community, with people gathering to break their fast together.

What better way to spend Iftar then, than with your friends and family at one of Dubai's many, many restaurants and hotels across the city? Especially when your Iftar can be less than 50 Dhs each with these Cobone vouchers.

This Turkish Dessert Is SO Popular They Call It 'The Queen Of Ramadan Delicacies'

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4 June 2017

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Editor

Güllaç: The Rosy Turkish Dessert Of Ramadan Tables

The holy month of Ramadan brings an array of delicacies to various parts of the world: Atayef in the Middle East, Pakoras in South East Asia, Luqaimat in Saudi Arabia and Güllaç in Turkey.

This fluffy sweet dessert is SO popular among Turks that they often call it the 'Queen of Ramadan desserts'.

5 Irresistible Breakfast Toast Ideas For Suhoor Meals

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4 June 2017

 Breakfast Toast Ideas For Suhoor Meals

We all promised ourselves a healthy Ramadan — no fried pakoras, no fizzy drinks and no skipping suhoor meals. But let’s face it, so far all we’ve done is eat fried items, drink sodas and skip suhoor.

While the first two are still (somewhat) achievable, waking up for suhoor meals requires a lot more than self-restraint. Lack of sleep combined with post-iftar bloating makes it impossible to wake up in the in the middle of the night.

7 Mouth-Watering Iftar Snacks Totally Worth The Calories

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29 May 2017

Deep-Fried Iftar Snacks

The holy month of Ramadan is here, and by now, you must have skimmed through at least 10 articles/per hour — all of them telling you to make the right choices, adopt healthy eating, drink water, avoid carbs...well, you get the idea.

All these features (and people writing them) are 100% on-point. And we too, are on board (at least intentionally) with the idea of a healthier Ramadan BUT seriously, where in the world do we find the willpower to stop staring at these crispy, cheesy and utterly mouth-melting Iftar delicacies?

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