This collection of recipes is from The Ramadan Cookbook by Anisa Karolia, with photography by Ellis Parrinder (Ebury Press). On a mission to share quick and easy recipes, you’ll find recipes to help make your Ramadan meals family-friendly, fuss-free and filling in this cookbook.
This traditional Indian drink features layers of vermicelli, cardamom cream, pink falooda jelly, and a scoop of ice cream.
Sweet and chewy, with plenty of texture from a variety of mixed nuts, these quick and easy date slices are perfect for iftar during Ramadan.
This clever recipe for vegetarian samosas stuffed with potato and sweetcorn uses ready-made tortilla wraps to make the process much easier.
Crisp and crumbly on the outside with a slight chewiness in the middle, these buttery cookies are delicately flavoured with saffron and cardamom.
This sweet and creamy mango falooda recipe makes for a simple, light dessert that’s perfect for rounding off a rich meal.
Switch up your Sunday roast with this juicy, flavourful Indian roast chicken served with a hearty side of herby potatoes.
This flavourful prawn jalfrezi is packed with fragrant spices and it’ll be on the table in under half an hour.
Dusted with chopped pistachios and dried rose petals this easy, light tres leches-style cake is a beautiful addition to any dessert table.
This popular Indo-Chinese dish sees cauliflower florets deep-fried in a crisp, fluffy batter and then tossed in a sweet, sour and spicy sauce.
A royal dish, if ever there was one, this Ramadan Butter Chicken recipe makes for a luxuriously rich texture aromatic curry.