Sweet traditions: How these special post-fast desserts sweeten the Ramadan spread

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Wed, 2024-03-13 22:12

RIYADH: During Ramadan, Muslim families around the world bring a touch of sweetness to the iftar spread with traditional desserts that never go out of style.

Logaimat

Logaimat — meaning a bite or mouthful — is a staple dessert during the holy month. It is made of dough that is deep fried, then soaked in honey, syrup or molasses, and topped off with sesame or nuts depending on the cuisine.

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