Holiday traditions include some rituals that have survived to this day. Collecting candies, giving pocket money to children, visiting relatives, and the carefully prepared feasting table... Perhaps the most loved of these rituals is sitting around the same table with our loved ones and relatives while enjoying the lovely food and a chat. The tastiest Ramadan desserts and traditional dishes take some time to prepare before they are ready for the feasting table. However, the element that really gives meaning to the table is the presence of our loved ones. So, what the essential tastes of any successful Ramadan Holiday feast? This article will give you a taste of some of the essential flavors that make up any Ramadan Holiday menu. So here are some of the most delicious holiday dishes and desserts!
The most essential holiday dish: Stuffed vine leaves
When you say the words “Traditional holiday dishes”, the first thing that comes to mind is stuffed vine leaves. As they can also be eaten cold, they are ideal for the holiday feasting table. The leaves are rolled like pencils the day before the holiday, cooked in the evening, and served cold on the feasting table the following day!
Fit for the palace: Revani Dessert
Revani is one of the most delicious sorbet desserts. It has survived to this day from Ottoman cuisine. Whether it is for its flavor or being so easy to make, this wonderful dessert has become an essential part of the holiday feast. You too can sweeten the palates of your loved ones by including revani in your holiday menu.
An essential element of a busy feast: Stuffed peppers:
Another traditional holiday dish is stuffed peppers. It would be a sin not to include this wonderful flavor in your holiday menu as the peppers are now in their freshest condition!
A holiday dessert: Home made baklava
In the days leading up to the holiday, our preparations for the holiday feast have already begun. Could you imagine preparations for a Ramadan holiday feast that did not include home made baklava? Of course not! Home made baklava takes premier position in the list of holiday sweets, and it is therefore impossible to imagine a feast without it.
Classic but tasty: Types of Turkish pastry
Another essential part of the holiday feast are different types of Turkish pastries. Whether you prefer cheese, potato, or minced meat, the entire range of Turkish pasties all contribute equally to the holiday feast.
More beautiful than flowers: Rose dessert
We are sure that the rose dessert brings back many special memories of holidays gone by. Also known as eagle dessert, rose dessert is one of the most famous of the holiday feast desserts. Make this delicious sweet part of your holiday feast to take you back to holidays from your past.
Everybody likes it: Chicken and rice
Chicken and rice is a traditional food to serve to guests. For that reason, it is ideal for the holiday feast. It’s particularly good with sorbet desserts and a foamy ayran (salted yoghurt drink).
One essential dessert for the holiday feast is kadayıf. It’s absolutely ideal for offering to guests. If you are preparing your own holiday feast, why not try for yourself one of the wonderful Ramadan desserts we have mentioned?
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