Ramadan is a holy month for all Muslims, who are required to abstain from food and drink for more than 12 hours a day. Thus, when fasting, it is important to make the most of the two meals permitted each day, notably the first meal at dawn (sahur) and the breaking of the fast after sunset (iftar or buka puasa). Here are some ideas for eating well:
Power pack food for your sahur
When it comes to starting our day, most people like to eat something quick, healthy and delicious that can be made in 10 to 15 minutes. Start your day with the likes of Munchy’s Oat Krunch. In addition to being a good source of fibre, it’s also a great way to keep hunger pangs at bay throughout the day. With no trans-fat, preservatives, or artificial colouring, the biscuits are safe for everyone in the family.
Oh, and for this month only, they’re now available in a limited edition Kurma (dates) flavour for Ramadan! Dates, which are considered a sunnah food, are well-known for their high natural sugar content, which provides a healthy dose of energy, fibre, and minerals. Yum!
For those of you who like to get creative, Munchy’s Oat Krunch is offering Malaysians duit raya worth up to RM15,000 if you share your sahur recipes on social media that include Munchy’s Oat Krunch. The top 50 recipes will each receive RM300 in duit raya! Visit Munchy’s official website or Instagram to learn more.
Prepare a healthy buka puasa meal
Through the ‘Jom Raya, Jom Anchor’ campaign, Anchor Food Professionals has organised a variety of festivities and meaningful activities. To enjoy the goodness of Anchor New Zealand Butter, Malaysians can learn to prepare iftar and baking favourites from Anchor chefs on their Facebook and Instagram all month long.
Join the ‘Jom Baking Bersama Anchor’ online class on 16 April 2022 at 11am to learn to make Kuih Semperit and other delectable Raya goodies. For a heartier buka, you can also learn to make the likes of butter chicken or prawn at a session scheduled for 21 April 2022 at 830pm. Both online cooking classes will be streamed via Facebook Live on the brand’s page, so mark your calendars! All recipes will be using the butter prepared from 100% pure New Zealand milk that’s free of any additives and preservatives. Happy fasting!