There’s a certain harmony that shines through even in the most crowded Wedding, everyone’s GranDreams day. Apart from their lavish décor and pomp celebrations, gold ornaments, shimmer and most exquisite designer clothes.Indian weddings are known for their sumptuous food. Any wedding is considered incomplete without delicious food. Be it a grand Indian feast or a simple wedding, the meal has to be elaborate and foremost.
Food trends change every season, and marriage being an institution in India where we all make sure to abide by all rituals. It’s a benchmark how some venues are not afraid to experiment food and cater something new.Do you get bored eating that same chilli paneer during the wedding seasons? Can try chilli chestnuts. Well yes.
A glimpse of The GranDreamers and the new food trends this wedding season.
No wedding starts with quintessential dilli chaat. Dahi Bhalla Papdi chaat was replaced with rasgulla Dahi Papdi. A unique and delicious combination.Kesar rasgulla dipped in chilled yoghurt and topped with papdi and chutney.
Don’t miss out on chilli chestnut, perfectly done. The crunchiness of chestnuts was intact and they were nothing but delicious. Also, swap traditional spring rolls with Thai rolls which have thin covering and stuffed with corn and all gourmet vegetables. Revamp a simple paneer tikka, by adding some papad on covering and serving in an individual set.
Food trends have not only changed but also the way the food is being presented to the guest; more finesse now. A separate table is laid for the bride, groom and their family for dinner. The dinner is served in at most royalty. While earlier it was more of a formality with pass and the parcel going on a long table. Now, a big thalli is laid with Chef’s pick from the menu and presented to the family .
Here is a shift from quantitative to qualitative and people have broken free of being overly ostentatious and over the top. Weddings are definitely more elegant and well-planned today as people are concerned about what image they are projecting to the world at large.Here has been a perceptible change in the way the Great Indian Wedding is celebrated. There has been an evolution, not just in terms of menus but the kind of locations people are choosing to get married at.