Remember that Muslim friend who would bring scrumptious mutton biryani for lunch? If you are invited to your friend’s Islamic wedding
, you would love the grandeur feast. And we all know one of the best things about being Muslim is the finger-licking food. Here are 10 Mouth-watering dishes you can expect at a Muslim wedding Feast.
1. Seekh Kababs
Seekh Kabab is minced lamb meat (mutton). The ground goat meat is mixed with spices, minced, and moulded into the skewers. It is later cooked over tandoor or hot Tawa. This makes a great starter at a Muslim wedding.
2. Boti Kabab
Another lamb / Mutton / Beef Mughlai dish, it is served as a starter in many weddings. The process involves marinating the muscle meat and baking/grilling over a barbecue. It is served with green chutney.
3. Bheja Fry
Bheja means brain in Hindi. It is made with goat brain and fresh ground spices. A popular dish of Hyderabad, it is popular among Muslims during festivals such as Eid as well as weddings or other events.
4. Murgh Mughlai
It is a chicken dish originated from the Mughals. Rich and creamy, this chicken gravy is flavored with whole aromatic spices that will tease your taste buds.
5. Lamb Rogan Josh
This hot, fiery delicacy from Kashmir is famous all over the country. The juicy mutton is cooked and packed with a blend of spices, yoghurt, along other seasonings. The result is a hot, tangy curry that lingers on your mind for a long time. This dish is perfect for winter and tastes best with naan or ghee rice.
6. Nalli Nihari
Another type of Mutton curry, the word Nihar is derived from the Arabic word ‘Nahar’, which means ‘day’. It was served to the Kings after their morning prayers. The gravy is made by slow-cooking leg pieces of the lamb (or beef) and marrow bones (Nalli). It is usually served with a cooked brain.
7. Malai Kofta
A dish without any meat!!! But trust us, this is just as yummy!!! This dish involves mashed potato and paneer (cottage cheese) balls, which are deep-fried, coated in Malai (cream), and then dipped in an onion-tomato gravy. Undoubtedly, one of the Mouth-watering dishes you can expect at a Muslim wedding Feast!!!
8. Rumali Roti or Naan
These are various kinds of flatbread which are eaten with any of the above dishes. 1. Rumali – an extremely thin and transparent flatbread that is folded like a handkerchief. Hence, it got its name – Rumali. Rumal means handkerchief in Hindi. 2. Naan – is another baked flatbread that is soft, puffy, and lightly browned, which is layered with butter. Definitely, worth the guilt…!!!
9. Shahi Mutton Biryani
This Shahi Mutton Biryani makes life worth living!!! A rice-based dish which the Mughals introduced us to, it features a light-orange lamb which is cooked in a mix of herbs, spices, nuts, etc.
10. Sheer Korma
No wedding or festive occasion is complete without dessert. We all have been there, done that. No matter how full we are, we still walk to the dessert counter and eagerly wait for our turn. And as we notice the waiter’s measly serving size, we make sure to go back for a second refill. Well, it’s definitely worth the effort at a Muslim wedding Feast because what’s waiting for you is a super-yummy milk-based vermicelli pudding that is flavored with fancy ingredients such as rose water, saffron, dried dates, cashew nuts, almonds, etc. which will make you feel royal.
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