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Party Menu 1 by Lakshmi

posted 17 Aug 2012, 05:11 by Rajmi Arun   [ updated 17 Aug 2012, 05:27 ]
Welcome drink: Bhangra pepsi,
 Apple cinnamon juice,
Pineapple pinacolada (mocktail)
 
Soups: cream of potato soup
Murungakkai soup
 
Starters: vegetable shawarma
Pani poori
Corn cheese balls
Masal vadai
 
Salads:  chick peas salad
Macaroni salad
 
Separate counters for Kids: Chocolate fountain
Cotton Candy
Pop Corn – salted and sweet
 
 
Main course:  Chilli garlic rice (Chinese)
Spinach Lasagna
Vegetable augratin
Pasta with Arrabiata sauce
Plain phulkas, onion kulchas
Bisi bela bath
Rawa Idly
Idiyappam
Curd rice
 
Main course side dishes
Baby corn Manchurian for chilli garlic rice
Vegetable Jalfraize, Kadai Paneer and Dum Aloo  for phulkas
Potato chips for bisibela bath
Coconut chutney for rawa idli
Vada curry for idiyappam
Cut mango Pickles and vetha kuzhambu for curd rice
 
Deserts: carrot halwa and Baskin and Robbins icecream (black currant and butterscotch flavours)
Cut fruits
Chocolate mousse
Paalaadai pradaman
Ras malai
 
Last but not the least separate counter for Pan beeda (different varieties)

As the contest rules do not demand own recipes, I am not giving them for each and every thing…
 
I wanted to see to it that the menu should have atleast a few items to each category of people in the party…bcoz in many families I have seen that elder people( like my mom) who are reluctant to even taste anything other than their own cuisine, they infact deem anything other than that equal to non-veg…
 
I may probably name it as KADAMBA MENU…bcoz it is a combo of many cuisines – right from our south Indian chettinadu, north Indian, continental and Chinese
 
Maybe I can explain one or two which might be unheard of…like Bhangra Pepsi…
 
And then regarding Shawarma, you must all have heard that it is quintessentially Arabic and hence non-vegetarian…but recently I found at one of the Chennai restaurants (called Veg Nation) that they serve the vegetarian version of it for the first time…I went and tasted it, it was awesome…no wonder youngsters go ga-ga over shawarmas…so I included it in my starters’ list.
 
All the other items in my menu are famous ones and hence no need for briefing, I guess