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Give your Party a Menu Makeover

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Parties, get together, housewarming or a simple brunch – calling friends and relatives over is part of our lifestyle. Who doesn’t want to be the best hostess/host? Everyone wishes their party to be most talked about. Menu, decorations, gifts – we strive for a perfect balance. Every party that we go to, there is the same old menu. It seems like a code. One must break the cycle and give their menu a lovely makeover, one that is full of different exotic dishes along with few regular ones.

TRADITIONAL PICK

Our heritage has given us some amazing dishes to relish forever. Different states, different meals. Let’s pick few of the most unique and yummy dishes from this magic bag to give your party a menu makeover.

litti chokha

LITTI CHOKA
A speciality of Indian states –Bihar and Jharkand. A dough ball made up of whole wheat flour and stuffed with Sattu (roasted chickpea flour) mixed with herbs along with spices, then roasted over coal/wood and lastly tossed with lots of ghee. It has the taste and texture. You may eat it with papad, yogurt, bharta and pickles. The spices and herbs that are used in it include onion, garlic, ginger, coriander leaves, lime juice, carom seeds, nigella seeds and salt. Garnish it with whichever spice or topping you desire. It makes for a great snack or a meal.

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DAL BHATI

Prepared with 5 lentils spicy dal flavoured in Indian spices accompanied with round hard wheat breads – dal bhati is sure to make your taste buds smile. You can leave aside all the worries for this dish is high on health and taste. The mashed green chilli, garlic and some spices including hing, red chilli, haldi, coriander, ginger that are added while preparing the dal gives a great flavour to it.
Traditional combination like these are simply a treat for a party at home.

DESSERTS- THE THAI WAY

F is a dessert that’s made of ripe bananas dipped in a rice flour and coconut batter and then fried to give it crisp and crunchy taste.  It is popularly known as Goreng Pisang in the Asian countries like Singapore and Thailand. When fried, the batter has to be crispy and the banana must be tender and moist on the inside. The sweet flavor of this variety will have you come back for more servings.

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