It’s that time of the yearrr folks! The holy month of Ramadan is upon us and I don’t know about you, but I’ve started preps already! Fasting during Ramadan means you need a good Sehri (pre-dawn meal) plan to ace time management. You need your food to be easy, nutritious and filling. I’ve got you covered fellow faster!
Tips for Sehri
It’s always better to be prepared in advance so that you are not spending most of your time in the kitchen during Ramadan. Here are a couple of pointers to keep in mind for Sehri, along with some great recipe recommendations.
- Jot down a rough menu list in advance for Sehri and Iftar. This way you know exactly what you are going to have and you can work on freezing as much food as you can beforehand so that the actual Sehri time is not a crazy “running around the house” scenario.
- Yogurt based food and drinks are awesome in keeping you hydrated throughout the day. So drinks like lassi or smoothies, side serving of raw yogurt are great additions to your Sehri meals.
- Try to keep your water intake to a minimum and Sehri and spread it out throughout the non-fasting period instead.
- I’ve put together a pretty awesome list for Sehri for you, most of which are freezable, and the rest are easy to whip up. Up ahead