Indian Party Menus ~ Holiday Dinner Party

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Holiday Dinner Party at My Sister’s Place:

Theme: Holiday Dinner get-together
Guest number: 5
Time: for dinner
Venue: Delhi Spicee, Ruislip, UK
Preparation: Restaurant food

Dinner Menu:
Masala Papads
Pani Puri
Chicken tikka

Naans and Stuffed Parathas
Madras Chicken Curry
Chicken Biryani
Malai Kofta
Chilli Paneer
Raita
Mango Lassi

Party Favors:
Lots of laughter and memorable experience

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9 Comments

  • By GB, December 19, 2010 @ 5:54 pm

    Malai kofta sounds wonderful, Indira!
    For our last dinner party I went all out with the appetizers–samosa and reshmi kababs + chutney dip for toasted bread. The main course was Chicken biryani, raita and spinach paratha. Dessert was ras malai. All home made. :)

    I love your menu series….
    Happy holidays!

  • By harini-jaya, December 19, 2010 @ 8:59 pm

    We hosted a dinner on the occasion of vaikunta ekadasi on 17th dec and them menu was simple, onion and garlic free. Ordered Samosa and Puri from outside. Made

    Aloo+all colors of Capsicum Curry
    Cabbage Allam koora
    Chana Palak
    Sambar
    Lemon Rice
    Green Apple + Mango mukkala Pacchadi
    Chana Dal payasam and Cracked wheat kesari
    Fruits for Tambbolam and leftovers for interested ppl.

  • By nishi, December 19, 2010 @ 9:18 pm

    Well I had hosted a dinner party a 2 weeks back and the menu was, pakodas and moong salad for starters
    Vegetable jalfrezi, corn and paneer in white gravy, roti and vegetable yakhni pulao with raita for main course. Pineapple pudding for dessert.

  • By Kamala, December 20, 2010 @ 7:40 am

    We celebrated Pavan’s Graduation ceremony with a lunch get-together at home last Saturday. Here is the menu (All home-made).

    Guest number: 13 adults (7 kids)

    Chintachiguru Pappu
    Green capsicum in peanut sesame sauce
    Tomato ava pacchadi
    Chintapandu Pulihora
    Sambar
    Neyyi, Perugu
    Basin Laddu
    Black Forest cake

    Party Favors:
    Holiday theme goody bags for kids and fruits & party food takeout

  • By Shruthi, December 20, 2010 @ 3:38 pm

    Menu for Upcoming Christmas Eve

    Venue: Home
    Guests: 15
    Home Made Preparations

    Appetizers: Chilli Chicken, Chicken Samosa, Tandoori, Prawns, Paneer Tikka Mini Sandwiches
    Thrist Quenchers: Buttermilk, Jeera Water
    Cocktails: Malibu Bay Breeze, Apple Strawberry martini’s, Ginger Lemonade with Vodka
    Main Course: Nilgiri Chicken Korma, Mutton Biryani, Tomato Dal, Spinach Aloo Fry, Roti & Jeera Rice
    Desserts: Marzipan, Homemade eggless Choclate Cupcakes, Homemade Vanilla Icecream
    Party Favors: Home Made Ginger Bread Cookies & Left Overs.

  • By Kay, December 21, 2010 @ 8:45 am

    Indira,

    I’ve hardly hosted any parties – you can count the number of parties that I gave, in one hand easily. :) I hope to change this!!

    Love the part favors in your menu. I think I will host some parties just so that I can stash a bunch of those party favors for myself. :)

  • By chitra, December 23, 2010 @ 1:14 pm

    Hi! i live in the uk and follow your blog regularly and saw that you mentioned ruislip, uk….was pleasantly surprised as my in-laws live near ruislip and we are visiting them for christmas. Have a good time over christmas and wish you a lovely year ahead.

  • By Narayan, December 29, 2010 @ 4:17 am

    Christmas for us was spent in Dubai with friends. We went out for dinner to a local park and had a barbeque dinner by the CReek.

    Food was – snacks – mixed bhujia from India. Samosas from Puranmal. Tea from a local kiosk in the park.

    Dinner – the non-veggies had lamb chops, tandoori chicken, chicken sausages.

    Veggies had – jacket potatoes stuffed with dill butter; smoked sweet potatoes, grilled paneer; and toasted chestnuts.

    Everyone then had parathas – kokis, methi, aloo, mooli (all from a local store, heated on the coal fires.

    Lots of laughs, masti and fun with friends and their families and wonderful cool weather under the stars.

  • By Kristi @ Veggie Converter, January 2, 2011 @ 5:11 pm

    Drool. That all sounds delicious. I think I’ll trade. We had vegetarian lasagna, mashed potatoes and hot slaw.
    Plus, of course, pies.

    Kristi @
    Veggie Converter

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