Besides the manifold spiritual and physical blessings of Ramazan, iftar is one of the many things we look forward to and love about the holy month. Those who manage homes know the challenge of planning and arranging delicious and nutritious iftari items to treat their loved ones at the end of a long, hot day of fasting.
One factor for consideration is to make protein and energy-dense foods that contain more nutrition relative to the space they take up in our stomach. It is better to eat these filling foods than empty-calorie junk food.
Note: You can also bake or air-fry the pakoras for a healthier alternative to deep-frying.