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If you are looking for a quick and easy menu for your iftar party, here are some delicious ideas that you can prepare in no time. These dishes are simple, satisfying, and suitable for a crowd. Here is your Iftar Party Complete Menu.

Kabab Sandwich

A popular street food in many countries, kabab sandwich is a filling and flavorful option for your iftar party. You can use lamb, beef, chicken, or even vegetarian kababs for this dish. To make the sandwich, you need some flatbread (such as pita, naan, or lavash), some salad (such as lettuce, tomato, onion, cucumber, or cabbage), and some sauce (such as yogurt, tahini, or hummus). Simply grill or fry the kababs until cooked through, then slice them thinly and layer them on the bread with the salad and sauce. You can wrap the sandwich in foil or paper to keep it warm and easy to eat.

Potato Roll Samosa

A twist on the classic samosa, potato roll samosa is a crispy and savory snack that you can make ahead and freeze. To make the potato roll, you need some mashed potatoes, some boiled peas, some chopped green chilies, some chopped coriander leaves, some salt, some chaat masala, and some lemon juice. Mix everything together and shape them into small cylinders. To make the samosa wrapper, you need some all-purpose flour, some salt, some oil, and some water. Knead the dough until smooth and elastic, then divide it into small balls and roll them out into thin circles. Cut each circle into two semi-circles and fold them into cones. Fill each cone with a potato roll and seal the edges with water. Deep-fry the samosas until golden and crisp.

Egg Pakora

A simple and tasty appetizer, egg pakora is a fried snack made with boiled eggs coated in a spiced batter. To make the batter, you need some gram flour (besan), some rice flour, some salt, some red chili powder, some turmeric powder, some garam masala, some baking soda, and some water. Whisk everything together until smooth and thick. Cut each boiled egg into four pieces and dip them in the batter. Deep-fry the egg pakoras until golden and crisp.

Pizza Patties

A fusion of pizza and patties, pizza patties are a cheesy and crunchy snack that kids and adults will love. To make the pizza patties, you need some bread slices, some pizza sauce, some mozzarella cheese, some chopped olives, some dried oregano (or any pizza seasoning of your choice), and some egg wash (beaten egg with a little water). Remove the bread crust and place them on a wooden board or baking tray lined with parchment paper. Spread the filling on one slice of the bread and cover it with other. Brush the edges of each square with egg wash and press the edges with a fork to seal them. Brush the tops of the patties with egg wash and bake them in a preheated oven at 180°C for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden and puffy.

Raita for BBQ Paratha Roll

A refreshing and creamy accompaniment for your BBQ paratha roll, raita is a yogurt-based dip that can be made with various ingredients. To make a simple raita for your BBQ paratha roll, you need some plain yogurt (dahi), some salt, some roasted cumin powder (bhuna jeera), some chopped mint leaves (pudina), and some chopped green chilies (hari mirch). Whisk the yogurt until smooth and add salt to taste. Stir in the cumin powder, mint leaves, and green chilies. Refrigerate the raita until ready to serve.

These are just some of the dishes that you can make for your iftar party on short notice. You can also add other items such as dates (khajoor), fruit chaat (fruit salad), rooh afza (rose syrup drink), or jalebi (deep-fried sweet) to complete your menu. Enjoy your iftar party with your family and friends!

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