There isn't much I can do for Iftar. I live together only with my mother. So we only have simple Iftar dishes for breaking the fast.
We will buy special menus if we are in the mood for them. But most of our daily meals are affordable and money-saving things.
I'm going to share with you some of the photos that are on my Iftar Table.
Stay tuned and enjoy!
Complete offerings ranging from the main course to dessert. To kick off the iftar, we'll start with a sweet one at first.
Spicy Eggplants and Rice for the Main course. Fried Indonesian Cakes for snacks. Sweet Potato in Hot Coconut Milk Sauce for dessert, and spicy cabbages for a side dish. Then dates for first eating for Iftar.
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All pictures were taken with iPhone 11.
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