Ramadan in Sudan

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Hanaa Mohammed
Maureen Mchugh
WRt 106 Model B

Ramadan And Eid-al Fitr In Sudan

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. The Month of Ramadan is also when it is believed the Holy Quran was sent down from heaven, guidance unto men, adeclaration of direction, and a means of Salvation It is during this month that Muslims fast. It is called the Fast of Ramadan and lasts the entire month. Ramadan is a time when Muslims concentrate on their faith and spend less time on the concerns of their everyday lives. It is a time of worship and contemplation. During the fast of Ramadan, strict restraints are placed on the daily lives of Muslims. They are not allowed to eat or drink during the daylight hours, and Smoking and sexual relations are also forbidden during fasting. At the end of the day the fast is broken with prayer and a meal called the iftar. Ramadan table consists of the thinly cut hanger steak cooks quickly and pairs nicely with a salsa of tomatoes, chopped mango, white onions and lime juice. "It's really refreshing, and you can have that with a side of rice or couscous. their other meals like Dates, pistachios, other nuts, and dried fruits fresh seasonal fruits, Fresh seasonal vegetables ,Chabbakia - a dessert made of fried dough flavored with orange blossom water and coated with sesame seeds and honey. Paomo - a bread & mutton soup, Ramazan Kebabi - a dish made with lamb, onions, yogurt, and pita bread. Chapatis - unleavened flatbread that is rolled up with vegetables and meats. Fattoush - a salad made of vegetables and pita bread. Tabbouleh - a salad made with fresh tomatoes, parsley, garlic, and bulgur wheat. Khyar Bi Laban - cucumber and yogurt salad soup - lamb stew with tomatoes and chickpeas beans - stew with green beans and meat Baima - a stew made with meat and okra Mujadarra - a dish made with rice and lentils. in the evening following the...
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