So.. it’s your first Ramadhan.
At first, the routine of waking up for your sahoor (pre-dawn meal) can be daunting, but after a while, you get used to the peacefulness of waking up while the rest of the world is still asleep. And then comes the really hard part. What do you eat for sahoor?
sahoor is a very important part of fasting, and choosing to eat foods with high sugar content can set you up for grogginess and severe pangs of hunger throughout the day.
In tough situations like this, preparation and planning is key. Never thought of yourself as a meal prep person? This Ramadhan, you’ll have to be! Here are some light and quick, nutritional recipes that you can tweak according to your tastes and preferences.