There is more to Hyderabadi food than biryani, and Hyderabadi wedding food is a class apart. Apart from the dishes, and their presentation, it is the style of serving and seating that creates a unique experience. But how can one enjoy such pleasure? A wedding invitation (wedding invitation) without inviting anyone? Here’s a chance – ticketed event Hyderabadi wedding feast will be held at King’s Palace in Mehdiputnam, Hyderabad.
One of the organizers of the event, Ahmed Ashfaq aka Dr. Foodie, says that the idea of this event came from the quest of food lovers. “Every time I upload a release of a wedding I attended, I get a lot of inquiries from across the country about the dishes served there and if there is a place where one can try such dishes. So last year, I came up with this idea of an event where people could enjoy just one. A wedding invitation Without a real participation marriage. The event has received an amazing response since its theme was revealed.
Wedding red chicken
For a real feel and taste wedding invitation, There will be sit-down dining arrangements and the organizers have roped in a wedding caterer – Oyster Caterers – specializing in Hyderabadi cuisine. The feast will consist of around 18 dishes including starters, drinks and desserts. Some dishes are mutton. HalimMutton Murg, Lakmi KebabLoose prawns, fried fish, a chicken boneless starter, Wedding red Chicken, Chicken 65, Biryani (Chicken and Mutton), Heart Shaped Naan, Lakh Paratha,Rumali bread and more.
Non veg starters
wedding red chicken, Also called Hyderabadi Red Chicken with Dawasor wedding red chicken, Apart from Biryani, there is one dish that people wait for. Marg (mutton almond soup) at Hyderabadi weddings. Explaining what is in the dish , Owner Mohsin Kholani Says, “Hyderabadi. Wedding red chicken A famous Nawabi dish. Marinated chicken is slowly cooked over coals with spices and sauces, making the chicken delicious and tender. With a creamy texture and semi-thick gravy, it has a slightly complex flavor and goes best with Indian rotis. The dish gets its name from the color of the food in it.
A bowl of dessert
Next is Saudi Champagne. Ahmed explains, “It’s a non-alcoholic drink from Saudi Arabia that’s trending at Hyderabadi weddings because of its refreshing, fizzy taste. It’s made with soda, Sprite, lemon, orange and apple juice and Served in tall glasses.
Hyderabadi Wedding Invitation is on 5th March at King’s Palace, Noorghat, Gudi Malkapur, Mehdiputnam. Tickets priced at ₹ 899 can be purchased at www.townscript.com.