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M&A Wedding Appetizers

Posted: 08/03/16

M&A Wedding Appetizers

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Nelson: The actual wedding was the day after the ceremony. Upon arriving there was this colourful display of drinks ready for the taking. The yellow was mango lassi. The white was a yogurt based one. The green was very flavourful, but not sure what it was, and the pink was rose flavoured. These were delicious and I had multiple glasses because they were so good. I think other people agreed as these quickly ran out.
Right after the drinks we are greeted with platefuls of food including some Chicken Tikka. One of my favourites!
This is Chaat Papri. Deep fried dough I think.
Aloo Tikka which is dried and seasoned potato. This was my second favourite appetizer from that night. Fried really nicely and fresh, it was delicious.
Channa Masala. Good with naan.
Paneer Pakora. More deep fried goodness.
Kitty's favourite part are the sauces.
My favourite appetizer that night was the fried fish. A bit spicy and fried really well with large meaty chunks of fish, I loved this appetizer and ate a lot of it.
Reshmi kabab. Not sure what meat this was, but I didn't have much of this one.
Sorry, another shot of the half eaten chicken tikka. Surprisingly this was only my third favourite appetizer from the night.
This station was setup where someone was making these platters for people on the spot.There was this filling that was filled with these pods and soup/sauce to go with it. I'm not sure what this dish is called, but it seemed pretty popular judging by the size of the line. Can someone help me?


Categories: Appetizer,  Chicken,  Deep Fried,  Drinks,  Fish,  Indian,  Spicy,  Vegetarian,  Wedding,  

Comments: 4 Comments



  • I think it's chaat.
    Mugs @ 2016-08-15
  • I have a picture of it earlier, but it looks a bit different. Plus the soup/sauce sets it apart...I think
    Nelson @ 2016-08-17
  • The dish is called panipuri, also referred to as golgappa. Pani translates to water, and the puri part refers to the hollow round dough. You basically make a hole in the fried rounds, fill it with chickpeas, tamarind chutney, potatoes, and onions in some cases, pour in the water, and stuff it all in your mouth. :)
    Teal @ 2016-09-13
  • Thanks Teal, I learned something new! panipuri!
    Nelson @ 2016-09-13

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