Today we will tell you about some such foods, which can be included in catering in the coming year. So what are you waiting for, let us know about some such catering foods-
Be it a wedding, Corporate event or a party, the thing that guests remember the most is food. If food tastes good, its taste is remembered for a long time. Therefore, apart from dinner, catering is also arranged for wedding food in the party.
However, weddings are the time when all the guests are hosted and catering services are provided by wedding caterers . This year, many types of foods were included in the catering, but now the new year is about to come in which many types of these foods can be included.
In every Punjabi house, Sunday is the day of Rajma and Rice. Even though it is called Rajma-chawal in Punjabi, it is not from India. It was actually brought to India from Portugal and then the Mexicans started the process of soaking and boiling it.
After coming to India, we started preparing it as gravy. Prepared with onion, garlic, tomatoes and other spices, this recipe became popular with rice and parathas.
You would never have thought that biryani could be foreign. But this is absolutely true! Biryani of Kolkata, Hyderabad and Lucknow may be famous but this dish also originated in Persia. In Persian it was called birian, which means fried before cooking.
Do you know that Naan was also first made by Persians? With them it reached India and made its place in the hearts and stomachs of Indians.
Bisi Belle Bath
Bisi Bele Bath recipe is very popular in Karnataka as compared to other South Indian states. This is a traditional and favorite dish of Karnataka. Bisi bele bath prepared from arhar dal, boiled potatoes, green vegetables and spices is a form of khichdi.
After preparation, it is served with raita, chutney and banana chips. Many times the aroma of this dish makes people’s mouth water.
Raw Banana Fritters
You must be making curry from raw banana and will surely be eating it after frying it. But have you ever eaten raw banana pakodas? These are very easy to make, yet their taste will compel you to make them again and again.
To make raw banana pakodas, raw bananas are boiled and wrapped in gram flour. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, these pakodas are the best companions of rainy season. Serve them with your favorite chutney and enjoy.
Mirchi ka salan is very much liked in almost every state of South India. It is mainly served with chapatti and rice. Cinnamon and long green chillies are cooked with fennel, cumin, mustard. After cooking, it is garnished with roasted peanuts.