Make ahead Frozen Food for Ramadan

Alhamdolillah…All done for ramazan

Make ahead Frozen food for Ramadan

By Afreen Zia
Frozen snacks for Ramadan…You can make and freeze all these for Ramadan…

 

 

  Chicken boti  sticks

 Ingredients:

Boneless chicken 750 gm (cut into cubes)

Black pepper powder 1/2 tsp 

 Red chilli powder 1 n1/2 tsp

Mustard powder 1/2.tsp

Soya sauce 2 tablespoons 

 Salt1 n 1/2tsp

For frying

 Eggs (beaten) 2 Bread crumbs as required

 Method:
– Marinate boneless chicken cubes with all ingredients   and leave it for 1 hour. 

 – Then insert them on wooden skewers, coat in bread crumbs and freeze.

At the time of frying dip in 2 beaten eggs and deep fry till light golden.

  
Potato samosas

For Dough:

Flour 250 gm

Salt to taste

Carom seeds ½ tsp

Oil 2 tbsp

Water as required

Or ready made samosa sheets 1/2 kg

Filling for 1/2 kg samosa sheets:-

Potatoes 1 kg (boiled and mashed

Coriander leaves ¼ bunch

Green chilies 2 – 3 (chopped)

Turmeric a pinch

Salt 1 n 1/2 tsp

Red chilli pwd 1n ½ tsp

Khataai pwd 1/4 tsp

Mustard powder 1/4 teaspoon

Chaat masala 1/2 teaspoon

Cumin pwd1/4 tsp

Put a portion of potato mixture on the samoosa sheet and fold.
Seal it with a runny batter of flour and water or egg white.
Repeat the same with all samoosa sheets and  freeze these samosas  for ramazan in plastic bags

  Chicken samosas
Ingredients

Minced chicken 1/2 kg

Onion 1 chopped finely

Cumin powder 1/4 teaspoon

Grind Fresh coriander 1 tbsp and 6 green chillies

Oil 2 tablespoons

Samoosa sheets 1/2 kg

Garlic paste 1 tbsp

Ginger paste 1 tablespoon

Red chilli powder 1 teaspoon

Salt 1 teaspoon

black pepper pwd 1/4 tsp
Cooking Directions

Mix all the spices in chicken mince.

In a pot, add oil and heat on medium flame and satay onion.Then add mince and fry well.add 1/2 cup water.

Cook until minced chicken is tender.

Remove from flame and let it cool.

Put a portion of mince mixture on the samoosa sheet and fold.

Seal it with a runny batter of flour and water or egg white.

Repeat the same with all samoosa sheets.

Put these samosas in plastic bags and freeze.  

    

Chicken shami kababs

Boneless chicken 400 gm

Cloves of garlic 3

Ginger 1″ piece

Coriander 2 tbsp chopped

Peppercorns 4

Cloves 3

Cardamoms 2

Cinamon 1 inch stick

Gram lentils soaked 1 cup

Green chillies (chopped) 4

Egg 1or 2

Onion (sliced) 1

Green chillies 2

Salt 1 1/ 2 tsp

Red chillies 6

Oil for frying

1 Onion chopped

Yogurt 2 tablespoons

Cooking Directions

In a pot add chicken with garlic, ginger, onion slice,peppercorns, cloves,red chilli ,lentils,cinamon,salt and cardamom seeds.now add 2 cups of water and cook till the chicken and lentils get tender.


Now chop it in chopper or use sill…


and

Add 2 tablespoons of yogurt, coriander,chopped onion and chopped green chillies.

Mix well and add eggs for binding.


Shape flat round kebabs and keep them in freezer .fry when needed.

Imli ki chutney

https://afreenskitchen.wordpress.com/2015/06/13/imli-ki-chutney

Shami kababs

https://afreenskitchen.wordpress.com/2015/06/15/beef-shami-kababs

Freeze brown onion for Ramadan check my article 

https://afreenskitchen.com/2015/09/20/brown-onion/


Keema samosa

https://afreenskitchen.wordpress.com/2016/05/17/keema-samosabeef-mince-meat-samosa/

Dahi baray ready to freeze…recipe is in older posts.

Three cheese chicken Samosa

https://afreenskitchen.wordpress.com/2016/05/22/three-cheese-chicken-samosa/

Click the link below to Check my post about  10 quick dinners using chicken strips,,,you can freeze these chicken strips to make quick meals during Ramadan.

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22 Comments Add yours

  1. What would I do without Afreens kitchen? Sister, I really love your posts and have always something from your blog on my list or had it already in my pots and pans. You are really an inspiration and I enjoy reading your blog all the time….

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    1. afreenzia says:

      So nice of you dear..Your comment is so much motivating and gave me energy to do more better.

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  2. Fatima says:

    I really like these ideas. My mother makes all these prior to Ramadan but here in the UK, we don’t have all these snacks at Iftaar. Just have dinner directly because the fast breaks very late, leaving not much time to eat all these things but I love the Iftaar items. I hope someone invites us for an Iftaar party.

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  3. Muslim Mummy says:

    JazakAllah Khair for the recipes! My mum used to make lots of samosas before ramadan and freeze them but I haven’t done much prep this year

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  4. Hina says:

    Wow. Totally love it. I wish i had got the skewers today when went for grocery shopping

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  5. imanatss says:

    You are so organised masha’Allah! We won’t be prepping much this year – we have very long fasts and very little time to eat, so we’re just going to be preparing dinner as per usual and filling up with water as much as possible! All your prep looks so delicious!

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  6. Aysh says:

    This is great! I used to do this but now I wait for the first day of Ramadan to start freezing. Thank you for the nice recipes.

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  7. Amina says:

    Very brilliant ideas… I wish I had the patience to be so precise in prepping up iftaar munchies just like you. I look for quick meals and usually avoid the fried ones. Alhamdulillah these will come in handy for even after Ramadan especially for fun times with friends and loved ones.

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  8. zayeneesha says:

    Seeing this at a wrong time. It looks so yummy and I’m fasting 😢 *nafs control maximus* haha

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  9. Myda Tahir says:

    jazakALLAH for the great list dear AFREEN, but the problem is I want to go to the dahi baray list, but find no search option .
    can you help me in this plz

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    1. afreenzia says:

      On top menu of my blog their is a Secondary menu
      Which is
      Ramadan and eid trolly meals
      Also their is chaat corner
      I have posted Dahi baray recipes

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    2. afreenzia says:

      In fact my Dahi baray recipe is the one which I have learnt from my mother in law
      She made the best Dahi baray.

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  10. muslimah says:

    Reblogged this on Dpressedmuslimah and commented:
    These look yummmy

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  11. muslimah says:

    Thanks for sharing all these recipes, I re blogged them so I’ll be able to find them later

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  12. So organized Maa Shaa Allah. I never freeze snacks as I am too lazy to prepare anything i advance even though it is so convenient. Do you really use a gri dimg stone OMGGGGGG!!!!!

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  13. Tania says:

    Yes this is so helpf!! We also always freeze spring rolls, samosas and shami kabobs!! Its so handy having them ready to cook!

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  14. I’m going to impress family by trying you recipes! thank you from

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  15. Afra says:

    I love potato samosa’s I am definitely trying to make these this year!

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  16. Farah Abdullah @ Flora Tavu says:

    This is really helpful as I wonder what to prepare for this time in Ramadhan for the hubby. It’s sad already I won’t be able to fast with him, due to the postnatal issues… Thank you so much for this wonderful list!

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  17. Super useful post and at the right time at that. JazakiAllahu khair for this

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  18. Rāyä says:

    Never had this before! I might give this a try for this Ramadan. I’m running out of ideas lately lol 😀

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