Top 10 Gujarati food menu that must be included in a Gujju Wedding !!!

Weddings are incomplete without its beautiful and lavish display of lip-smacking and mouth-watering dishes. The wedding catering services in Delhi are leaving no stone unturned in providing the best wedding menu for the clients.

Choosing a menu for a wedding is equally tough as deciding your wedding attire or decoration. Catering service is one of the most important aspects when it comes to weddings.  You very well know that everyone is going to talk about the food and the catering services. After all, you do want everyone to remember your wedding.

Wedding menus nowadays include a lot of fusion and international food from around the globe. The wedding caterers in Gurgaon & Delhi are setting the bar high when it comes to infusing food from different cultures. Similarly, we saw a shift towards regional delicacies being included into the food menu. After all, people do want to taste the local and regional food along with the international ones.

Everyone talks about international cuisines and we already have learnt a lot about those exotic dishes. But let us talk about regional foods, especially Gujarati cuisines. In a Gujarati wedding menu, we all love to try the khaman and dal but there are some hidden gujarati dishes which are supremely delicious and many are unaware about it.

A Gujarati wedding celebration is definitely one among the most traditional and most colourful weddings with innumerable attractions associated with it. Just like the Gujarati culture, Gujarati food is also quite colorful and versatile. We love all those blends of exotic spices and veggies, it makes it so flavourful and aromatic.

So, let us take you through the top 10 gujarati food menu that is a must have at every Gujju wedding!

 

Lilva Kachori

Lilva Kachori is the famous food of Gujarat. It is served as a starter and is absolutely delicious. It is a winter delicacy made with fresh tuvar (pigeon peas). These fresh tuvar beans are called “lilva'' in Gujarati language and hence the name lilva kachori. There are many variations in making the stuffing. Whatever the variations, the kachori is to be crispy and the stuffing is soft, lightly spicy, sweet and tangy.

Lilva Kachori

 

Patra

Patra is a Gujarati farsan or snack which is made from fresh arbi ke patta or colocasia leaves. The patra is one of the most famous Gujarati dishes. It is spicy, sweet, and tangy. In Gujarat, it is called Patra whereas in Maharashtra it is referred to as Alu or Aloo Vadi Leaves.