Updated: Aug 25
Gujarat is a state located on the western border of India. The friendly local people of the state are referred to as Gujaratis and their mother tongue is Gujarati. The state is famous for its rich tradition, lively culture, and colorful customers. Gujarati cuisine is also distinct and mostly vegetarian. All these facets of the state and its people can be observed in a Gujarati wedding.
Gujarati couples who want a dream wedding can opt for a destination Indian wedding in Portugal. The country has all settings needed for a grand Indian wedding; it has clear blue skies, endless sandy beaches, fantastic wedding venues, and warm sunshine. It is a known fact that Indian weddings are gala affairs with lots of guests and lots of ceremonies and rituals. Hence, it is best to avail the services of a wedding planner for a destination dream wedding in Portugal. Lisbon Wedding Planner is the best in the business of planning weddings and they have successfully organized fabulous Gujarati destination weddings in Portugal.
One of the most important aspects of any Indian wedding is the food. It is no different with Gujarati weddings. Couples who want their Gujarati destination wedding in Portugal to have the best Gujarati dishes at the event can fully place their trust in the team at Lisbon Wedding Planner. They work with local Indian Gujarati cuisine serving caterers and have laid out the most awesome delicacies at varied Gujarati Indian destination weddings organized by them in the past. The best part is the fact that the owners of the catering company are Gujaratis and hence couples can be assured that the Gujarati food served at their dream wedding in Portugal will be authentic.
A typical Gujarati menu for an Indian destination wedding in Portugal planned by Lisbon Wedding planner team consists of:
Starters like corn and palak pakora, dhokla, pattice, methi gota, gathia, maru bhajia, mixed bhajia, bata vada, harabhara kebabs, paneer tikka, idly sambhar, chaat, samosa, bhel, spring rolls, chilli mogo, aloo tikki, tandoori mogo, vegetable cutlets, dal kachories, patra, chilli paneer, and khandwi.
Main Course like aubergine potatoes and peas, aloo channa, sweetcorn and patra, aloo gobhi, aloo bhindi, allo ravaia, dry potato, aloo gobhi mutter, vegetable tikka masala, undhiyo, vaal channa, akhu shaak, channa bateta, kadhi, tuwar daal, pili pili aloo, spicy jeera, jeera aloo, rajma and sweetcorn.
Rice dishes like mutter pulao, paneer biriyani, steamed/boiled rice, jeera pulao, and vegetable biriyani.
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Breads like naan, poori, chapatti, and bhature.
Raita like mixed raita, cucumber raita, plain raita, and onion raita Salads like onion and tomato salad, carrot and chilli salad, and mixed salad
Side Dishes like papads, farr-farr, mango/lime/mixed pickle, coconut chutney, green chutney, and yogurt
Desserts like boondi laddu, gulab jamun, burfi, shrikhand, gajar ka halwa, fruit shrikhand, rasmalai, and kulfi.
If couples desire, local Portuguese cuisines can also be added to the menu. Red and white wines and desserts like creme brulé, almond cake, papaya pudding, and cheese tarts will be a delight for the taste buds.
Look no further! Lisbon Wedding Planner has the know-how, the desire, and the experience to organize and execute your dream destination Gujarati wedding in Portugal.
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