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10 Healthy Recipes for the Last 10 Days Ramadan 2021

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10 Healthy Recipes for the Last 10 Days Ramadan 2021
    written by
    Arwa Hezzah

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    Because food is so central to Ramadan celebrations, it can get challenging to keep track of what you’re consuming and make sure it’s good for you. This is why we’ve compiled a list of 10 healthy recipes you can make this Ramadan to make sure you’re eating well and also getting full!

    1. Chicken Shawarma

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    While this recipe requires a little bit of preparation in advance, it’s the perfect dish to whip up when you want something healthy, yet delicious. Combining delicious spices with a simple, creamy white sauce, this Chicken Shawarma recipe is sure to keep you satisfied until Sohour.

    1. Shakshuka

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    A well-known dish in the Middle East, Shakshuka is made by baking eggs in a pan with tomato sauce, onions, and bell peppers. Combining protein and vegetables, this dish is sure to leave you wanting more while keeping your health in check.

    1. Tahini-Marinated Chicken Thighs

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    This recipe is easy to make, combining a lovely tahini marinate with grilled chicken thighs. The recipe also features a six-ingredient salad to keep your fiber intake high, while providing you with a delicious meal. This combination of grilled meat, rice, and vegetables has everything you need for a healthy meal.

    1. Za’atar and Lemon Grilled Chicken With Eggplant

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    This recipe features chicken thighs marinated in lemon juice, lemon zest, olive oil, garlic, sumac, salt, and pepper. To top it all off, the recipe is served with delicious roasted eggplant and a creamy tahini sauce, giving you the perfect combination of protein, vegetables, and healthy fats.

    1. Quinoa-Cilantro Tabbouleh

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    This recipe is great as a starter or as a light meal for Iftar or Sohour. The recipe is a take on traditional tabbouleh, substituting bulgur for quinoa to make the dish even more filling. It combines tomatoes, onions, and cilantro with a zesty lemon and olive oil dressing to keep you fully satisfied.

    1. Roasted Vegetable and White Bean Salad

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    Another great starter is this roasted vegetable and white bean salad. The recipe includes a combination of carrots, onions, romanesco, brussles sprouts, and white beans all mixed with a delicious vinaigrette.

    1. Persian Rice-Stuffed Zucchini

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    This recipe brings together protein and fibers, all combined with spicy and tart spices to make each ingredient’s flavor pop, stuffing zucchinis with jasmine rice, dried apricots, goat cheese, and spices.

    1. Dried Fruit Compote

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    If you’re looking to satisfy your sweet tooth without packing up on calories, this recipe is perfect for you, combining nuts, dried fruits, and honey for a sweet and healthy treat.

    1. Tahini-Date Shake

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    Another recipe to tend to your sweet tooth; this shake combines natural ingredients such as whole-milk yogurt, dates, tahini, and cinnamon, to create a filling yet sweet drink that you can enjoy as a dessert or as a meal on its own.

    1. Yogurt with Honey and Pomegranate

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    This recipe is perfect for Sohour or as a healthy dessert. It combines Greek yogurt with honey, vanilla, and your choice of fruity toppings to make a delicious yet healthy dish.

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