Den fjärde rätten var Aloo Gobi och Dal Palak med vegetarisk Biryani. Biryanin hade en god smak av saffran och kardemumma och den blev en favorit. Vid sidan om serverades också papad, ett hårt tunnbröd, mycket gott det också.
Så kommer vi till desserten. Om maträtterna var starka, så här har vi en väldigt, väldigt söt dessert. Gulab Jamun, en slags indisk donits/munk, med smak av kardemumma liggande i en sockersirap. Jag tycker om söta saker, men den här var lite för söt för mig :) I fjol var jag på en bröllopsmiddag bestående av kinesisk vegetarisk mat, här kan du läsa om den.
Last weekend we were invited to a wedding dinner. We were served an Indian vegetarian five-course dinner. Below the pictures I have explained better what the dishes contained. The starter consisted of Potli Samosa and Haryali Tikki, both were very good and you could dip them in a mint sauce. Second course was a tomato soup, which was very hot, and felt that my mouth was on fire. Unfortunately I could not eat many spoonfuls of it. As an entree, we were treated to Kadai Paneer Methi Malai served with Naan. Paneer is a type of Indian cottage cheese and this was the tastiest I've ever eaten. Naan is always so good!
The fourth course was Aloo Gobi and Dal Palak with vegetarian biryani. Biryanin had a good flavor of saffron and cardamom, and it became a favorite. Alongside papad was also served, a hard flatbread, very good too.
Then it was time for the dessert. If the dishes were strong, the dessert was very, very sweet. Gulab Jamun, a kind of Indian donut, with flavors of cardamom, lying in a sugar syrup. I like sweet things, but this was a little too sweet for me :) Last year I was at a wedding dinner consisting of Chinese vegetarian food, here you can read about it.
Appetizer, Potli Samosa (potato, peas, spices) and Haryali Tikki (potato, green peas, spinach, spices)
Soup, Tomato Shorba
Entrée, Paneer Kadai (spicy tomato based gravy with Indian cottage cheese) and Matar Methi Malai served with Naan (green peas cooked in fresh cream and fresh indian spices)
Main Course, Aloo Gobi (potatoes, cauliflower, and turmeric) and Dal Palak (lentils with spinach and spices) served with Veg Biryani (rice dish with vegetables)
Dessert, Gulab Jamun (Indian version of donuts immersed in a warm sweet syrup)
Honey and Chocolate Cookies for the guests