The pomp and show of the big fat Indian weddings has begun and we cannot be less excited. It’s that time of the year again when we all love to wear shimmery clothes and gorge on the mouth-watering delicacies. It’s 2017 and a lot has changed over the time.
Weddings these days have a lavish menu. The caterers have also started to experiment not only with the food but the presentation too. The food is not only to relish but is a magnum feast for the eyes as well.
If you are someone who gets confused about what to eat and what to leave, here are 5 foods you should definitely savour your taste buds with:
1) The New Age Pani Puri
Pani puri is the king of street food and has also entered the wedding business lately. Also, referred to as ‘Gol-Gappe’ people usually begin with these delectable and spicy pani puris. Gone are those days, when it was served to you. Now, there is a self-service to maintain hygiene standards.
2) Death By Cakes
At Indian weddings, desserts always had a very limited scope. Apart from gulab jamun, jalebi and halwa, no other dessert was included. But with the changing trends, the desserts have also expanded. Now almost in all Indian weddings, we get to see the bakery stall, wherein fancy and delicious cakes and pastries are available for the guests to relish.
3) Fancy Mocktails
There is no dearth of different and exquisite mocktails on the menu. From their presentation to the taste, everything about them is absolutely delightful.
4) The Brand Stalls
Yes, these are the stalls from the famous pizza and coffee brands. You can actually call these brands to set up a stall and impress your guests.
5) The Kulhad Milk
The smell of that wet mud with the Kesar milk makes the taste of the milk even more authentic and desi. Garnished with the small pieces of almonds and cashew, brings out the real authentic taste of the milk.
Tummy full? These desi food trends are definitely a hit and we are pretty sure they are here to say. Do let us know in the comment section below if you witness any other new food trend.
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