Thursday, June 3, 2010

Indian Wedding Food

Food is the most important thing at any celebration and Indian weddings are no exception. If you missed my post about the invitation, click here. If you missed my post about the tablescape for the wedding, click here. At this wedding reception, the appetizers were to die for. These appetizers were more like a meal than a snack.

Here is chaat. Chaat is a typical North Indian snack/salad.


Beautiful flowers were the center of attraction.


Paneer tikka. It's a vegetarian's favorite.


Many Indians are vegetarians. Usually, you find a vegetarian spread for the appetizers.


Vegetable kabobs made with potatoes and vegetables.


Vegetable samosas.


Two different chutneys to accompany all the snacks.


Lamb chops were melting in my mouth.


The tandoori shrimp were disappearing in no time.


Chicken tikka.


For more memorable centerpieces, tablescapes, and recipes (including gluten free recipes), please check out my book, Entertaining From an Ethnic Indian Kitchen, at my website komalinunna.com

  Please check out Foodie Friday for more recipes, visit Cindy for Show and Tell and Beverly for Pink Saturday.

14 comments:

  1. I've never attended a traditional Indian wedding, however, my daughter has. She said it was such an amazing experience. All the food looks wonderful!

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  2. Komali, Sounds and looks like you had a wonderful time. This food looks delicious! I don't believe I have ever eaten Indian food... but I would like to try it!
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    Yvonne

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  3. Oh my goodness, the food looks wonderful! And I love the flowers too!

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  4. Yvonne,
    Please find a good Indian restaurant and dine at least once. Or get my book and try to cook your self. It will be an experience to remember.
    Komali

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  5. Your pictures had me salivating!! I love Indian food, and the wedding just looks over the top beautiful.

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  6. We had lunch at an Indian restaurant here in Birmingham a couple of weeks ago. It was OK, but did not look nearly as good as the pictures you show -- wish I could have some.

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  7. Hello from Toronto,

    Love Indian food, culture, fabrics and the whole thing! Where are you in the world?
    I would love you to guide me for cooking Indian!

    Visit me!

    ~ Gabriela ~

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  8. Oh I've never eaten real Indian food. But it all looks wonderful.

    Love the flowers too!

    Happy PS
    Leann

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  9. Gabriela,
    I live in California. I am glad you like Indian food and culture. Please check out my book, Entertaining From an Ethnic Indian Kitchen. This book will guide you through to cook Indian meal.

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  10. Hello and a very happy Pink Saturday to you!!

    It's a very hot summerday in The Netherlands and I'm enjoying all pink posts in the garden! Love Es XX

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  11. My mouth is watering from all the gorgeous pictures and the delicious food. Happy Pink Saturday, Char

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  12. Who needs meat - not me! Everything looks delicious.

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  13. very interesting and they look delicious...

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