Friday, 28 June 2013

"Mooh Meetha Hojaye"

Indian are great lovers of food, so whether it is a big fat Indian Wedding or a very Budgeted Wedding, Food is an integral part of the celebration. There is no compromise made in the spread of the buffet of a wedding. The lavish spread of mithai at Indian wedding is something nobody wants to miss.

From the time a couples engaged, to sending invites of the wedding, till the time of bidai, the only way to celebrate and congratulate is by stuffing you with a mithai. Any auspicious occasion in India is incomplete without mithai

Indian mithai's are unique. They are made with sugar, milk, condensed milk & majorly cooked by deep frying. The delicious variety offered is too much to resist, be it Burfi, jalebi, Gulab Jamun, Jhangri, Kaju Katli rolls, Nankhatai, rajasthani Ghevar, milk cake, kalakand, mysore pak, sukhdi, malpua, rasgulla, rasmalai, angoor rabdi.... list is endless

In today's time people have become calorie conscious & health conscious  therefore, sugar free mithai is a must at your wedding. There is a huge variety of sugar sweets like Anjeer Dry Fruit roll, Kaju Katli, Kaju Apple, Rose Bon Bon etc. Although sugar free, these are rich in taste and can be exclusively consumed by people who maintain a tight diet schedule

However, nowadays indian weddings have a delicious Dessert Bar comprising of assorted Indian & Western Desserts like Velvet Cupcakes, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes, Seasonal Baked Puddings, Exotic Fruit Tarts, Cheesecakes, Choco Sticks and much more. The way they are presented including shapes, coating & foils makes all the difference.

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