The holy month of Ramzan calls for Muslims all over the world to keep a strict roza fast from dawn to dusk. Post sunset, when the fast is to be broken, delicacies of all types are indulged in. The real spirit of the festival is about helping the needy while being grateful for everything god has given you. Sitting down with family and friends to break the fast together is an important part of the festive rituals. Tiny lanes and gullies are filled with vendors selling different type of ramzan special food preparations like kebabs, naans, biryanis, breads, fruits and of course sweets like sheer korma. However eating out regularly may be great for your taste buds, but certainly not for your health. You can now make these delectable dishes on your own, plan healthier meals and enjoy them without being worried. So get into the festive spirit, put on your aprons and get ready to whip up some Nawabi dishes in your home kitchen and surprise your family and friends with your home cooked delicious iftaar meal!