Treat yourself with these 5 delicacies during Ramadan

Mumbai’s Iftar wonderland - Mohammed Ali Road – has a lot to offer and every year, thousands of people flood the streets to feast on excellent delicacies

  • Treat yourself with these 5 delicacies during Ramadan
  • Treat yourself with these 5 delicacies during Ramadan
  • Treat yourself with these 5 delicacies during Ramadan
  • Treat yourself with these 5 delicacies during Ramadan
  • Treat yourself with these 5 delicacies during Ramadan
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Mumbai is a multi-cultural metropolitan hub and it’s that time of the year where streets of the city have a different add-on value post sunset. Yes, the holy month of Ramadan is here and irrespective if you follow a fast or not, this month is a delight for foodies across the city. Like each year, this year also hosts a number of places where one can visit late in the night and feast on those kebabs or biryani. The Iftar meal for everyone sharing the love and celebrating community sharing.

Here’s a guide to the food you shouldn’t miss out on in Ramadan 2018.

Mumbai’s Iftar wonderland - Mohammed Ali Road – has a lot to offer and every year, thousands of people flood the streets to feast on excellent delicacies.

1) Nalli Nihari
 

Nihari is a stew consisting of slow-cooked meat mainly shank meat of beef or lamb and mutton, along with bone marrow. A delicacy to feast on, Nalli Nihari is a famous dish during Ramadan.


2) Tawa Gurda
 

If you’re a meat lover and not faint hearted, Tawa Gurda is one specialty that can’t be missed. Chopped Goat Kidney with spicy Indian masala, this curry will leave you craving for more.


3) Paya
 

Paya literally means feet and it’s mostly goat or beef cooked in Indian spices and enjoyed with naan or roti.


4) Haleem

 

Haleem is a stew composed of meat, lentils and pounded wheat made into a thick paste. It is another Ramadan delicacy and ranks among the top dishes to go for.


5) Malpua
 

Coming to something sweet, you can’t head home without relishing the sweet taste of deep-fried Malpua. And what better place than Suleiman Usman Mithaiwala!

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