Announcing ‘Hyderabadi Ramadan Food Festival 2010′ (Season II)

Ramadan (Sawm) is just round the corner, with less than 28 days to go inshallah. With this its time for me to announce the event ‘Hyderabadi Ramadan Food Festival 2010′ yet again on my blog just as we all had celebrated this event the last year.

I welcome everyone of you all to send me traditional Hyderabadi delicacies that are usually prepared during the auspicious month of Ramadan at Iftaar and Suhur, and also at Eid-ul-Fitr. Below is the logo and the rules for the event. If you have any questions, queries or issues please feel free to contact me.

The Rules

1. Prepare traditional Hyderabadi recipes that are savored during Ramadan at both Iftaar and Suhur (snacks, curries, etc), and also at Eid-ul-Fitr. Post about it on your blog between now and 15th September 2010.
2. There is no limit to the number of entries per person. You can even update old posts on your blog with a link to this announcement page in order send me your entries. Please provide a link to this announcement in your post and feel free to use the logo.
3. Send me your entries at zaiqa.mona@gmail.com with the following details:

  • Your name
  • Your blog name/title
  • Name of the entry
  • URL of your post
  • A photo that is 300 pixels wide

4. If you don’t have a blog, you can still participate by emailing me the recipe, along with the other details mentioned above.
5. The round-up will be posted by 20th September 2010 inshallah.

Please do participate and make use of the ample time from now until the end of Ramadan. I look forward to a delectable round-up inshallah.

Luv,
Mona

25 thoughts on “Announcing ‘Hyderabadi Ramadan Food Festival 2010′ (Season II)

  1. agar ap urdu main ye recipe add kartay to jin ki english zada achi nahi hai wo bhi is ko bana patay . yeh recipe mujko achi lag rahi hai lakin main kasay banao ? bolay Plzzzz urdu main bhi add kiya karay hamara bhi kuch to khayal karay . thankz

    Fiza Naz, updating all recipes in Urdu will be a bit difficult for me.

  2. Assalamu alaikkum Mona,

    Thank you so much for leaving lovely comments on my blog 🙂
    by the way for ur event, are only traditional hyderabadi recipes allowed or anything else will go ?

    WaAlaiKumAsSalaam Reshmi Ahmed, you can send me typical Hyderabadi dishes that are made during the month of Ramadan at Iftaar and Seher for the event.

  3. Hi Mona,I think if the recipes are shared before sept ,we can use them during ramadan.Just a thought.Thank you

    Rak, you can refer to the round up of season I of this event from last year for ideas.

  4. SALAM MONA
    I like hydrabadi recipes plz send my hydrabady recipies .
    LIKE =dhum ki biryani and dhea vada.
    REGARDS
    AFIA

  5. Salaam Alaikum Mona!

    I can’t wait to participate insha’allah! I just hope I get around to making something authentically Hyderabadi…as my desi dishes are usually my own twists on my moms more authentic recipes! 🙂 But I’ll try and definitely send it to you insha’allah. Can’t wait for Ramadan!

  6. Asak wb! one of d best website i have ever found to start learning cooking….can anyne plz post recipe of wht we called “LAUZ”

  7. Mona,
    I just found your blog and absolutely love it. My aunt is from Hyderabad and makes the most delicious food ever. I’ve been searching for a while for authentic Hyderabadi recipes.
    For the “Hyderabadi Ramadan Food Festival 2010”, could you please post the authentic Hyderabadi recipe for Seviyan ka zarda – the rich halwa made with vermicelli & nuts. I found this recipe here, but it’s in Urdu which I can’t read unfortunately.
    I’ll be visiting frequently to try out your Hyderabadi recipes.
    Regards,
    Farida

    Farida, jazakallahu khairun for the appreciation. Your request is duly noted.

  8. Salams Mona,
    That’s perfect event at the right time. Will try to send some entries. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving your comments. Looking forward to your delicious entries for my event insha allah 🙂

  9. Can someone PLEASE post a recipe for what my mother called “falooda”? It wasn’t the drink. It was white/creamish soft pieces and she only made them during ramadhan.

    I cannot find it anywhere!!

    Salma, inshallah I will post the recipe, your request is duly noted.

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