Who doesn't love spicy food right? We Indians love our spicy flavour foods be it street chaats, or peppery chinese or aromatic north indian foods. No matter how much we huff or puff, we sweat ourselves out but we won't stop digging into it. Indian food comes in different flavours and aromas but Indian curries and succulent meats are incomplete without the use of spices. Spices are not just aromatic and flavourful, but also aid in digestion and have anti-inflammatory properties. Many even say that spices really help in many medical issues.
Many states in India use a lot of raw spices and chillies in their cooking. We love how best caterers in Delhi have started making authentic north indian dishes using the same spicy raw materials and chillies. Even if they are spicy, that does not stop us from having those amazing fiery hot dishes. Wedding caterers in Delhi are showcasing their love for spicy food and taking it up a notch by adding those extra chillies for the kick.
Weddings and spicy food always go hand in hand. I mean, majorly people attend weddings to eat all those spicy aromatic flavourful food right? Just kidding!!! But, if you are a spice lover, we bring you some of the best and most famous spicy dishes served in weddings only if you can handle it.
A speciality from the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu, this classic fish fry recipe has a host of delectable spices used for marination giving it a unique touch. The fish is marinated with all exotic authentic spices before cooking for 30 mins to enhance the taste of the dish. This South Indian recipe will surely win your guest's hearts when you serve them this portion of mouth-watering goodness. The wedding caterers advise you to enjoy this non-vegetarian delight with steamed rice and relish the outstanding taste of it in a better way! Also, this main dish recipe stands fair on the health front as fish is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids which are known to improve your heart health.
This Lamb Vindaloo or Mutton Vindaloo is a fantastic fiery red Indian curry dish of tender lamb chunks cooked in vindaloo sauce made with lots of red chillies, vinegar, garlic and spices. This tingly, flavourful curry is a popular and well known dish from Goa. Its etymology signals towards the Portuguese- ‘vin’ is for the vinegar, and ‘ahlo’ means garlic in Portuguese. There are many versions of this famous dish using potatoes, chicken, lamb or pork. Every bite of the Vindaloo satiates your taste buds and leaves you craving for more.