11 Naruto-style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed to be Delicious!

11 Inspirasi Menu Buka Puasa Ala Naruto, Dijamin Nikmat!

In this month of Ramadan, Muslims all over the world simultaneously fast. Muslims are ordered to refrain from eating and drinking until sunset.

When preparing food for breaking the fast, quite a few Muslims run out of ideas for serving the menu. Therefore, there’s no harm in taking inspiration for the iftar food menu from one of the most popular anime in the world, Naruto. Are you curious about what the menu is? Come on, take a look at the inspirational list of Naruto-style iftar menus below.

1. Ramen

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!crunchyroll.com/boruto-naruto-next-generations

The first Naruto style iftar menu is Ramen which is boiled noodles with various toppings. For those of you who are fans of this anime, you will already know that Ramen is the number one food in the ninja world and Naruto’s favorite. Enjoyed warm, this food is very suitable for filling an empty stomach during fasting during the day.

But of course, if you’re fasting, My World has very simple and clear advice: look for halal ramen.

Naruto’s favorite menu is miso ramen with extra chasu, or pork. Of course, don’t open it with that menu.

Even so, in Indonesia it should be easy to find halal ramen.

2. Onigiri

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Footage of Naruto eating Onigiri (doc. Studio Pierrot/Naruto)

Next there is a typical Japanese food called Onigiri. Onigiri are rice balls that have various fillings, such as meat, fish or vegetables.

With the size of the Onigiri not being too big, this food is considered suitable to be eaten as an appetizer for breaking the fast.

Another situation to eat onigiri is if you are still on your way home. So, to fill your stomach, you might be able to look for onigiri at certain mini markets.

3. Yakiniku

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Eating together at Yakiniku Q. (Doc. Pierrot/Naruto)

In Naruto, Yakiniku Q is where Asuma Sarutobi brought Shikamaru, Ino, and Choji.

In the real world, I believe it can also be used as a menu for breaking the fast if you have the money. Yakiniku could be a fun choice for bukber.

It’s just that in general you have to reserve a place, because usually places like this are busy for breaking fast together.

4. Curry Rice

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Portrait of the Naruto-style iftar menu with Curry Rice (doc. Studio Pierrot/Naruto)

As an Indonesian, it seems that you won’t be far from rice. Therefore, the inspiration for the next menu for breaking the fast is curry rice which is also very famous in Japan.

Curry rice in Japan usually mixes side dishes in the sauce and also adds chicken katsu on the side of the rice.

You should be able to buy this Japanese style curry, or even make it yourself, in a number of regions in Indonesia.

5. Nikujaga

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Nikujaga food portrait (doc. Studio Pierrot/Naruto)

Returning to the meat menu, this time the inspiration for the next menu is Nikujaga which is famous in the Boruto anime. Nikujaga is a dish containing meat, potatoes and vegetables boiled in soy sauce. With ingredients that are quite easy to obtain in Indonesia, Nikujaga is suitable as a menu choice for breaking the fast.

6. Grilled Fish

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Portrait of the Naruto style grilled fish iftar menu (doc. Studio Pierrot/Naruto)

The next inspiration for the Naruto style iftar menu is grilled fish which is also quite popular in Indonesia. Grilled fish served with rice is indeed one of the favorite foods, especially with the addition of hot chili sauce or soy sauce. If you want the same as Japanese style, you can add grilled fish with miso sauce or soy sauce and grated radish.

7. Dango

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Portrait of the Naruto Dango style iftar menu (doc. Studio Pierrot/Naruto)

Dango is a traditional Japanese sweet similar to satay. In Narutothis is Anko Mitarashi’s favorite food.

This food is made from rice flour and usually filled with red beans. Its sweet taste makes Dango suitable for serving when breaking the fast.

8. Yakisoba Bread

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Portrait of Naruto style iftar menu Yakisoba bread (doc. Studio Pierrot/Naruto)

Next in line is a food called yakisoba bread. In Japan, this food is called yakisoba pan, which at first glance resembles a long hotdog bun. Different from hotdogs in general, instead of being filled with sausage, yakisoba bread is actually filled with fried noodles and a little vegetables.

This is the inspiration for a unique iftar menu when served in Indonesia.

Maybe you know a bakery that serves this?

9. Hamburgers

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Portrait of the Naruto Hamburger style iftar menu (doc. Studio Pierrot/Naruto)

The next inspiration for the Naruto-style iftar menu is Boruto’s favorite food, namely hamburgers. With an empty stomach during fasting, this food will make you full quickly after consumption. This is because this fast food has a lot of carbohydrates and is filled with meat sandwiched between two slices of bread and potatoes.

But My World does not recommend that you eat a lemon burger like the one above.

10. Takoyaki

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!Takoyaki – (Amazon site doc)

Sai and Ino Yamanaka’s son, Inojin, has a favorite snack in the form of takoyaki. Who wouldn’t be tempted by food in the form of small balls filled with octopus pieces?

Especially if the takoyaki is equipped with a special sauce and toppings katsuobushi on. This could be one of the right breaking menu choices for you!

11. Sunny side up eggs

11 Naruto-Style Iftar Menu Inspirations, Guaranteed To Be Delicious!naruto.fandom.com

If you’re really stuck, maybe you can also make sunny side up eggs as an appetizer. This menu was served by Itachi during the episode filler title “Sunny Side Battle!”, you know!

Ceplok eggs may be synonymous with breakfast, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t serve them as a menu for breaking the fast. You can be as creative as you like!

Maybe those are some inspirations for the Naruto-style iftar menu that could be an option for you this month of Ramadan. From the menu above, which one makes you drool the most?

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