5 Tips to Pre-Prep Meals for Ramadan

During the holy month, praying, fasting, and reflecting are the central elements of Ramadan and we believe you should be able to focus your energy on that which is important, rather than distract yourself with Iftar meal planning. By ordering halal meat online you can save yourself the time and energy of going to the shops, finding easy to prepare pre-cooked and pre-marinated meats for your convenience at Tariq Halal’s online store.

To prepare your family the best meals during Ramadan requiring the least effort, consider the following tips for pre-preparation of your Ramadan meal plan.

  1. Prep the Tomato Sauce

Tomato sauce is extremely versatile and complement a number of meals prep ideas. Our meal ideas include you preparing the sauce beforehand and storing for later. Start by squeezing and sifting fresh tomatoes then cook them down into a saucy mixture. Once it cools, pour into plastic bags for freezing and thaw as needed.

  1. Prep the Ramadan drinks

Ramadan isn’t Ramadan without the drinks. Staples such as Tamr Hendy, Hibiscus, and Qamar Al-Deen are traditional favourites we can’t do without. Pour them into a freezer-safe cups and place them in the icebox. Serve them nice and cold when you’re ready to drink.

  1. Prep the Chicken

Finding quality chicken isn’t impossible anymore as we sell the best Halal meat London residents will ever taste. Chicken purchased from our grocers or from our shop online, can be ready marinated to make things easy. Buy in bulk to save on orders or trips to the store and freeze for later.

  1. Prep the Samosas

You can add almost anything to your Samosa, such as spinach, cheese, or meat. A good rule of thumb for Ramadan prep is to chop your favourite ingredients ahead of time and store for when you’re ready. If you expect to make your samosas sooner than later, keep freshly prepared ingredients in the fridge.  If you’re doing long term meal planning, keep chopped ingredients frozen until use.

  1. Prep the Soup

Soup during Ramadan is one of the easiest meals to prepare. You can start cooking the soup right away and store in freezer-safe bags for future use. Frozen soup can be thawed in a pot and served immediately as a one-pot instant meal.

By planning ahead and choosing simple, nutritious meals which can be stored in your fridge or freezer, you can simplify your Ramadan meal preparation. By shopping with Tariq Halal Meats you can ensure your family eats well during the holy month of Ramadan.