Not just one Ramadan competition but three – brought to you by Braun

Dubai; Well with Ramadan and its generous spirit starting tomorrow, we’re bringing you one competition every week with a wealth of giveaways. You have Braun, the world-renowned, and oh so reliable German electrical goods manufacturer to say shukran to.

Braun kitchen products for RamadanBut before we get to the juicy competition, Braun is offering anything from a 15% to 20% discount on premium kitchen appliances for the month of August only at all electronic stores in the GCC. Whether you’re after kettles, toasters, juicers, blenders or the popular hand processors, your preparation for Iftar, Suhoor, or simply dinner suddenly becomes a whole lot easier – no?

And now for our first competition…Braun is giving away two pairs of vouchers for Iftar at Atlantis The Palm’s Asateer Ramadan tent just for FooDiva Friends in the U.A.E. Each voucher is worth AED 330. Believe me, FooDiva attended a media preview at the weekend and in true Dubai-style it’s so flamboyantly Arabesque, tahina fountain included – you’ll love it! Tahina fountain at Atlantis The Palm Dubai

To enter, simply tell us your favourite Iftar dish along with your email by commenting on this post. You can increase your chances of winning by also Liking and commenting on my Facebook page, and retweeting my tweet mentioning @foodivaworld. Remember we need your email.

We’ll pick two winners randomly on Sunday, August 7th, when we will also announce the second competition with Braun products up for grabs, and introduce Braun’s culinary ambassador, Chef Osama.

The Ramadan campaign is kindly brought to you by Braun.

Ramadan Kareem and Hathan Mowafaq! (Good luck)

A bientôt!

FooDiva. x

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70 Responses to “Not just one Ramadan competition but three – brought to you by Braun”

  1. Linsey Pereira August 4, 2011 at 3:25 pm

    My favourite is Hammos with roti…Just love it..N adding little dahena makes it Yummmmmmyyy…

    Im hungry already..

    Love to try an iftar at Atlantis..n surely will retweet from Twitter…….

  2. Denver August 4, 2011 at 3:34 pm

    I just love the whole buffet tables set (when i go for any Iftar) But my fav is KEBAB’S WITH PARATHA’S N SOME ONION SALAD’s

  3. Mona Al Sayyed August 4, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    My favourite Iftar dish is one that brings back memories of family Iftars at my grandma’s. She used to make the most delicious Egyptian moussaka with mincemeat and her secret signature sauce, served along with a colorful array of traditional dishes such as stuffed vegetables (vineleaves-eggplant-courgettes-cabbage leaves) and delicious roasted turkey ofcourse. But her moussaka is the thing I miss the most, cos I would eat it hot or cold , with pita bread or rice and fresh salad.I’ve eaten and cooked many moussakas since then but nothing compares to Nana’s :O)

  4. piedade August 4, 2011 at 3:51 pm

    My Fav iftar dish is MUTTON BRIYANI…amazing….

  5. Raheel Ashraf August 5, 2011 at 9:56 am

    My favourite iftar dish is HAREES. It reminds me of old days when we used to go with our dad to get HAREES in Ramadan. The yummy aromatic smell of Hot HAREES is simply amazing.

  6. Astrid Dantis August 5, 2011 at 11:48 am

    My favourite is Lamb Sambousek

  7. malahat August 6, 2011 at 5:56 am

    My fave iftar dish is Egg rolls

  8. Haja Mohideen August 6, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    My Favourite Ramadan dish has to be the lovely Arabic sweet – Cheese Konfah sold in the lovely Arabic Sweet shops in Murragabat & Riqqa Street. The dish is very synonymous with the spirit of Ramadan as a dessert best enjoyed late in the night with a cup of Mint Tea.

  9. Syed Ali Fathima August 6, 2011 at 10:31 pm

    Definetly Arabic cuisine would top the list of my best Ramadan cuisine. The mix of cold starters (Hummus, Motabel, Fatoush), hot starters (Kebbeh, Sambosa, Felafel) followed by a Mixed Grill main course woudl make it a complete Ramadan meal.

  10. Sandra Frinc August 17, 2011 at 6:53 pm

    My favorite iftaar dish must surely be my puffs filled with minced meat and potato as all my family loves them and also my apple cinnamon and raisin home made mini cakes drizzled with chocolate gnash. this recipes are always a hit and always hit the right spot plus this kind of food always brings the family soo much closer together as it is just lovely comfort food

  11. Asma July 23, 2012 at 1:57 pm

    My favorite dish is Chicken Caesar Salad and Carbonara Pasta..

  12. Debbie Rogers Owen August 4, 2012 at 1:45 am

    I love freshly made Shawarma – simple food but if cooked well it is a truly lovely Iftar treat with a great balance of protein and carbs.

  13. shahana July 1, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    My Lovely & Yummy Favourite dish is Lamb Sambousek with the sweet rememberance of the past footprints of Ramadan…

  14. Bambi August 1, 2013 at 9:28 am

    My favourite iftar dish is awesome spicy chicken samosas,spring rolls, doner kebabs, burgers,khathayef, luqaimaat,chicken shawarma,biryani and anything tasty .

    All iftar dishes cooked during the month of Ramadan are my favourite.

    I hope I win

  15. Nafeesa July 14, 2014 at 5:37 pm

    I love “Fareed” that is the arabic flat bread (Ragag) with mutton stew and veggies 😀

  16. Senwara July 14, 2014 at 5:41 pm

    My favorite Iftar dish is “Chicken Kabsa” also known as “Machboos” so full of flavor and taste. Love it!!

  17. Ana Baqui July 16, 2014 at 5:35 pm

    haleem is my favorite.

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