How 4,000 Iftar Meals Are Made in El Matareya, Egypt | Big Batches | Insider Food

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For nine years, the neighborhood of El Matareya in Cairo, Egypt, has been hosting one of Egypt’s largest iftars, the evening meal eaten to break the fast during Ramadan.

On the 15th day of Ramadan, 200 volunteers from El Matareya help cook the food in the streets and in their homes.

In the streets, chicken and rice are cooked on grills, and in homes, dishes like mahshi and kebab halla are made by hand.

All of the food is served on 500 tables that stretch a kilometer down the road.

The event has become so popular that people from other neighborhoods stop by to enjoy the festivities and get a free meal.

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How 4,000 Iftar Meals Are Made in El Matareya, Egypt | Big Batches | Insider Food

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