Party Menu 4 | Menu Planning | Indian Party Menus | Dinner Party

After what seem to be the most dullest moment here, I finally manage to get some something done. Though days pass away as quickly the come in, I am shocked we are already into March! Where did February go and I never came over here so much as I might have wanted.

We had a small dinner party over the weekend. And I as I said we tend to repeat certain dishes as they get more likes and we also try couple of new dishes. Overall it's a case of making sure you don't end up with all new dishes and nothing anybody likes. There is of course, no question on not liking it. All of Amma's recipes are always a hit. 

The starters were sort of changed, we always make sure have a paneer side dish for the vegetarians. So this time it turned out to be our favorite low calorie Paneer Butter Masala. The recipe that we currently make is so much different from the original recipe that I have shared. Nevertheless, you can still make that if you want.
This simple Vegetable Salad with just salt and pepper, at times I sprinkle Chaat Masala, is always the most sought out in any party. 
Party Menu 4

Venue : Home
Number : 8

Our Dinner Party Menu was:

Drinks
Mango Fruit Juice (Store bought)

Salad

Spicy Channa Sundal, Iyar Style
Onion, Cucumber, Carrot Salad

Veg Starters:

Pepper Fried Masala Cashew
Masala Vada

Non Veg Starters:

Chicken Nuggets (Store bought)
Chicken Pepper Fry

Main Dishes

Chettinad Chicken Kulambu, Tamil Nadu Style
Paneer Butter Masala
Parotta
Pepper Cumin Rasam,
Plain Rice
Curd Rice

Dessert

Vanilla and Butterscotch Ice creams



Both the Chicken Dishes were new and will be sharing shortly.

Pepper Salted Cashews

Fried Cashews have to be part of all parties for Daddy. So for a change we made it with Pepper

Pepper Fried Masala Cashew

Cashews Whole - 1/2 Kg
Pepper powder - 1 - tsp
Salt to taste
Oil to deep Fry

Heat the Oil and when it hot enough fry the cashews till they start turning colour.

Drain them on to a kitchen towel. Sprinkle pepper powder and salt. Cover and shake them well to make sure all the cashews get coated with the masala well.

Allow to cool and then store in air tight container


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