For Muslims around the world the holy month of Ramadan is about to come to an end in about a week. For those of you who don’t know about Ramadan, it is the ninth month on the Islamic calendar which follows a lunar calendar. During this month, Muslims fast from sun up to sun set. This means they do not eat or drink during this time. The fast has been about 17 hours long where I am. It is a month of self control but it should not be limited to just food but also in your day to day life. It is a month of spiritual awakening.
The end of this month is marked with a celebration, called Eid (pronounced “eed”), where family and friends get together and exchange gifts and enjoy good food. Celebration Eid is equivalent to Christmas. This year my family will be coming over to my place, so I am in the lookout for good recipes. Since I am doing the research, I thought I would share a few of these recipes with you. These recipes are from fellow bloggers and please do visit them. Some of the recipes are Facebook exclusives (the lovely ladies currently don’t have websites) so please click on the picture to visit their page and recipe. If you are not on Facebook, contact me and we shall figure something out 😀 If you are on Pinterest, stop by for these and more recipes. Leave a comment below to let me know what you will be making for Eid 🙂