Indian Party Menus ~ Holiday Brunch Party

Some delicious options for different occasions, that’s Indian Party Menus.
Hope you would find this new series helpful when planning your party food menu.

Holiday Brunch Party at My Home.

Theme: Christmas brunch get-together
Guest number: 5
Time: for brunch
Venue: Home
Preparation: Homemade

Brunch Menu:
Strawberry-Orange Soy Smoothie
Carrot-Cucumber Kosambari
Cumin-Basmati Rice
Chana Masala
Alu Curry seasoned with fresh, grated coconut
Masoor-Tomato Dal (thick soupy like in Sambar consistency)
Coconut-Onion Pacchadi

Chocolate -Pecan pie (eggless)
Carrot-Pecan cake (eggless)

Party Favors:
Party food takeout
Some toys and chocolate

Share your holiday party menus.


  • By harini-jaya, December 12, 2010 @ 7:31 pm

    interesting assortment of dishes..never tried making a pie..unfortunately none in my friend circle enjoys American type of desserts like pies and cakes..those r just relished by us in private!

  • By Kalyani, December 12, 2010 @ 7:43 pm

    wow nice get together … with different menu ……. i think u all enjoyed the party ……

  • By Sanjeeta kk, December 13, 2010 @ 6:13 am

    Love the array or recipes out there.

  • By Gayathri, December 13, 2010 @ 12:35 pm

    Very nice menu. Hope u had a great party.

  • By vani, December 13, 2010 @ 1:04 pm

    pld do send us all the recepies that is on the mwnu list.. thanks

  • By Sarvani, December 13, 2010 @ 3:41 pm

    Hi, Can you post the receipes for the Chocolate Pecan Pie and Carrot pecan cake ..I’d love to try those out..

    Hi Sarvani,
    Carrot pecan cake is my carrot cake recipe, instead of walnuts, I added pecans.
    For Chocolate pecan pie, bake the basic pie crust to golden. Melt chocolate chips or bar, add pecans and pour this filling into baked pie. Top it off with few more pecans and refrigerate the pie until the filling is firm.
    You can find the carrot cake and pie crust recipes in “Recipe Archive” section.
    If you try these recipes, let me know how you like them.

  • By Narayan, December 15, 2010 @ 1:45 am

    Sounds so yummy. I wish I could travel to Houston to join in!

    IN exchange, I want to share a Tamil Brahmin feast on a plantain leaf with you. Hope you like it –

  • By honeybeecooksjackfruit, December 17, 2010 @ 7:38 pm

    Sounds like a delicious brunch. I love seeing party menus!

  • By Gowri, December 22, 2010 @ 9:57 am

    I like your menu series. It helps in planning my dinner menus for get togethers. I always have a tough time on deciding a menu. Keep them coming.

  • By Laxmi, December 22, 2010 @ 2:53 pm

    Hi Indiraji
    How are you? Loved your party menus a lot, and I am inviting friends on this christmas day, same menu I will prepare and serve. Couldn’t resist myself after seeing the menu.
    One small request, could you please tell me the menu for sankranthi get together lunch menu also. Please, atleast one week before the festival day.
    Wishing you a very Happy New Year and Sankranthi also.
    Thanking you.

  • By Lakshmi, January 6, 2011 @ 10:15 am

    Im loving your party menu series…especially love this one. Went through your posts for puris, capsium curry, pachadi etc. Bookmarked!
    Keep it going!

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