Can’t imagine a good Gujarati wedding party without a sumptuous Gujarati menu? A Gujarati wedding celebration is one of the most traditional and colourful weddings that you can experience. From lip-smacking cuisine to vibrant wedding clothing and décor, you haven’t seen anything if you haven’t been to an Indian wedding!
One of the most crucial parts of the traditional Gujarati wedding to get right is the menu for the wedding party. That’s why you need to enlist the services of the best Gujarati wedding caterer in London, Bharat Gangaram Catering. With their catering expertise and guidance, you can make the perfect traditional Gujarati wedding menu.
Here are a few of the traditional Gujarati food items you’re likely to find at a Gujarati wedding celebration.
Undhiyu is a classic Gujarati dish full of delicious veggies such as brinjals, potatoes, yams, bananas, peas, and much more that is served steaming hot with delicious puris to soak up the savoury sauce. This is an all-time favourite main course dish for any Gujarati celebration.
This traditional dish is made from gram-flour and loaded with fresh Pakodas. This delicacy has a refreshing tangy taste and is served with white rice and topped with red chili to give it an extra kick.
Khandvi is one of the few Gujarati dishes which is as popular in several other States, as in Gujarat itself. These desi spring rolls are stuffed with a nice balance of coconut, rai, and lots of spices, and even some dried fruits to add a hint of sweetness. Rolled Yellow Khandvi is a fabulous and unique mix of spicy, sour, and even sweet. The outer layer is sweet, while the inside is both sweet and a little Teekha and the roll as a whole has a citrusy taste to it.
Really, who doesn’t love jalebi? These staple add-ons for Indian and fusion wedding desserts are a staple food for all sugar maniacs craving Chaashni (sugar syrup) dipped maida spirals.
This fab trio of jalebis, crisp gram-flour Gathiya dashed with a sprinkling of green chutney, and authentic papaya and cabbage Sambharo is nothing less than perfection. No traditional Gujarati wedding menu would be complete without it.
Aam Ras is a Gujarati dessert that is made from the puree of sweet mango pulp that is traditionally served at the end of a meal. This light and delicious dessert refreshes the palette and will finish off the meal in utter bliss.
Bharat Gangaram is one of the UK’s leading Gujarati caterers in London that does Indian vegetarian catering throughout London. We specialise in Gujarati wedding catering, providing top-shelf service and delicious cuisine that your guests will love and remember for a very long time! Learn more about us here: BharatGgangaram