Breaking of Fast; My Dinner Table Tonight
We cook various Maldivian delicacies during the holy month of Ramazan and invite our friends to break the fast in our homes. This is ofcourse a month to fast and also feast , a busy time for all of us who have to cook all this lovely food.
Here is a picture of what I cooked tonight for breaking of fast. In addition to dates, juice and tea we had a very mixed menu of, Baipen or rice porridge; Maskurolhi( a spicy tuna coconut mix); Bajiya(a lovely Maldivian tuna snack); Caramel folhi(or sweet pancakes); Mango Caramel Pudding; French Fries Bis Boakiba(French fries, egg and tuna bake); Rihaakuru aa fathu Mashuni; Bashi Mashuni;Roshi or wheat flat breads(Maldivian style); Brinjal Dry Curry; Beef Curry and Mugu riha (Lentil Curry).
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Naaz ( Manchester, UK)