The month of Ramadan is one of the most distinguished months for Muslims, as it is the month of prayer, fasting and return to God with distinction, the ninth month in the Hijri calendar after the month of Sha'baan. Muslims fast in this blessed month for food, drink and all pleasures that may distract them from praying and worshiping God from dawn until sunset. God revealed the Qur'an to the Prophet Muhammad on a night called Laylat al-Qadr, which falls on the last ten nights of the holy month of Ramadan, some of which are likely to be the twenty-seventh night of the month. As for the meaning of the word "Ramadan", it is derived from its derivatives to "Ramadan", which is extreme heat.
In addition, Ramadan's recitation coupled with good works of charity and assistance to the poor and the needy is one of the most important pillars of this blessed month. The hours of fasting vary from one country to another according to the time of each country. However, the habit is one: the fasting person rises before the dawn of the hour to eat the suhoor meal with his family and friends, and then fast all day until sunset, when the time comes for breakfast with the ears of Morocco.
The end of the holy month of Ramadan after about 30 days when the new moon, then Eid al-Fitr and Muslims accept the congratulations of Ramadan and celebrate the first day of the month of Shawwal. Zakat al-Fitr is one of the Islamic duties that are imposed on people rather than money, ie, to purify the souls of fasting people.
As for the world of cooking if Ramadan is divided into two parts: breakfast and Suhoor. In the holy month of Ramadan, the celebrations are taking place. The guests share the dining table. In this era, housewives are busy preparing delicious dishes, but the essence of the feast remains far from food and should not be forgotten. It is fasting, praying and meditating on God. Muslims believe that the first of the Holy Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad this month on Laylat al-Qadr.
In the holy month of Ramadan, you will find the most delicious Arabic and international cuisine, but the Arabic is more dominant, and the best dishes are prepared with chicken, meat, fish and even cereals. For example, the preparation of the most famous wines of yachts, sticks, baked goods, grills, pizza, pastries, oven trays and pans of all kinds to decorate the table.
As for the appetizers and the salads, we mention the most famous ones, and the salad of tabbouleh, the salad of fattoush, and hummus, falafel, pickles and sambousas, are on the table.
The sweets occupy a large part of the recipes of Ramadan, as all types of the most important Arab ornaments such as Albasbousa, Lkmiat, and the most established of the most famous sweets on this feast are those provided with the country. It also offers more famous types of cakes such as cakes, cheesecakes, jellies, custard, biscuits, kiwis, kebabs and muffins, all of which is easy to serve or may serve with small cups.