You Must Try These 5 Halal Foods (Delicious And Nutritious)
If you are in search for some simple, yet yummy Halal foods to try, then you’ve come to the right place. The dishes we have chosen for you today will have your mouth watering and are all according to Halal rules. So, next time you are wondering what to eat, give these delicious and nutritious dishes a try.
The dishes we have chosen for you today will have your mouth watering
So, what is halal food? Halal in Arabic means “lawful” or “permitted” and generally refers to what’s permitted under Islamic law. Halal’s counterpart is Haram, which means “unlawful” or “prohibited”. In terms of food, Halal is a form of eating which should be followed according to the Quran. Some foods are considered Halal why others are not. This can include meat, depending on how it’s slaughtered. If’s best to shop for foods with a Halal approved label or go to Halal approved restaurants.
Halal in Arabic means “lawful” or “permitted”
Easy Halal Dishes
Today, we are going to show you some super yummy, must-try Halal dishes that you mustn’t miss out on. Some can be eaten as main dishes, while others are best served alongside other dishes or as starters. Let’s check them out.
Starting off with something sweet, this Middle Eastern dessert is a party of senses in your mouth. It’s a definite must-try. The Baklava is created by layering buttery, thin sheets of filo pastry alongside a filling of Arabic spices, crushed nuts and a sugary syrup made from rose or orange blossom water. The taste is like nothing you have ever had before.
The Baklava is created by layering buttery, thin sheets of filo pastry
Tabbouleh is a great dish if you are in the mood for something light. This salad is a mix of bulgur as a base, together with different herbs, parsley, mint, as well as veggies such as tomatoes, onions and in some cases other vegetables. It is a great appetizer and a great way to start off with something fresh and light.
Tabbouleh is a great dish if you are in the mood for something light
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Ah, hummus. A real classic. Mashed chickpeas with olive oil, garlic, tahini, and some lemon juice. Together these ingredients make a creamy, smooth, delicious sauce. The best thing about hummus is that it’s super customizable and can be eaten in various ways. You can eat it as dip with some veggies and a pita, or you can add it as a spread to your sandwich. You can even use it as a condiment. This protein packed dish is a great starter dish as well.
Mashed chickpeas with olive oil, garlic, tahini, and some lemon juice
Shawarma is the best! And if you are looking for something with meat in it (it must be prepared in accordance with Halal rules, of course), then this dish is for you. The meat is slow cooked and served inside a warm pita bread, loaded with sauces, cream, veggies, spices and more. With every bite, you’ll be craving more and more.
The meat is slow cooked and served inside a warm pita bread
In the mood for a dip? Try this delicious eggplant dish. Usually served as a side dish, alongside hummus, the Baba Ghanouj dip is a mix of tastes created from roasted eggplants, Arabic spices, garlic, and a sesame seed tahini paste. This dish goes great as a starter and when served with pita bread is pretty much irresistible.
Try this delicious eggplant dish
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These were our favorite Halal foods that you should definitely try when you get the chance. We hope you found this article useful. Now go and enjoy these delicious dishes.
These were our favorite Halal foods