Great Recipes For Your Bollywood PartyPosted by Alec on November 20 2013.
So you’re having a Bollywood party? Good on you and so much fun! Here’s some helpful tips to get your guests into the groove. After the music, colour is everything. Be bold, hot pink, lime green, bright orange, go for it with decorations, table settings and even your food. Check out our Great Recipes For Your Bollywood Party.
Great Recipes For Your Bollywood Party – Tandoori Murg (Grilled Chicken)
2 tablespoons tandoori paste (buy it pre-made in a jar)
12 chicken thighs, skinned and boned
½ red onion, thinly spices
big handful cilantro leaves
2 limes, cut into eighths
Rub the paste into the chicken, and grill under medium high heat for ten minutes, turn, then another ten. Put on a colourful platter, and decorate with the onion, cilantro and limes. Tell your guests to squeeze the juice over the chicken for a blast of taste.
Great Recipes For Your Bollywood Party – Bright Jewels Mango Salad
½ teaspoon garam masala
1 small red onion, finely diced
1 big sweet red pepper, diced
1 mango diced
10 stalks of cilantro, washed and cut up into small pieces with scissors
salt to taste
In your prettiest, most colourful bowl, mix the above ingredients and serve chilled.
Buy some naan or other flatbread and serve with cold Indian beer or this great smoothie:
Great Recipes For Your Bollywood Party – Mango Lassi
3 cups frozen mango cubes
2 cups plain yoghurt
2 cups milk
3 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon ground cardamom
½ teaspoon rose water (if you have it, vanilla if you don’t)
Toss the liquids into a blender first, then the other ingredients. Buzz till smooth. Pour into a big jug, and serve in colourful glasses. If you happen to have a few hot pink rose petals lying about, use as a garnish! These taste as good as milkshakes, and a little liqueur added wouldn’t hurt. After all, it’s a party!