Gujarati weddings are beautiful, vibrant, and joyous events. A lot of planning and attention to detail goes into them and a delicious, pleasing menu is essential to keep guests satisfied and happy during the festivities. Here are five of the must-have items every Gujarati Evergreen wedding menu needs.
Gujarati Kadhi is a light gram flour and sour yoghurt soup flavoured with cumin & curry leaves. It is tempered and simmered until it is absolutely bursting with the sweet and sour flavour common in Gujarati foods.
Khatti Meethi Dal:
Translated into English, ‘khatti’ means sour and ‘meethi’ means sweet. So like many delicious Gujarati dishes, Khatti Meethi Dal is sweet and sour in flavour. It is made of dal topped with jaggery and peanuts to give it a robust flavour and unique texture.
Moong Daal Khichadi:
Moong Daal Khichadi is a hearty, nutritious, and comforting meal that will leave your guests full and content. It is a one pot recipe packed with protein and flavour that is made up of rice, moong daal, and spices.
Gulab Jamun are a sweet tasting, round shaped delicacy made with milk solids, flour, and a leavening agent. The balls are then soaked and covered in a delicious rose flavoured sugar syrup. Gulab means ‘rose’ and ‘jamun’ means berry, so this dish translates to rose berries and this is reflected in its shape and taste.
Dhokla (White & Yellow):
Dhokla (White & Yellow) is a widely popular and versatile traditional Gujarati recipe. It is made with fermented rice batter, ground urad dal, and chickpea flour. It can be served as a main course, as a side dish, or even as a tasty snack.
To have a wedding menu that guests will talk about for years to come, you need one of the most experienced and trusted Gujarati wedding caterers in London. Bharat Gangaram is one of the best Gujarati caterers and can ensure that every dish served at your wedding will be authentic and delicious. Contact them today to find out how they can make your event even more special.