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5 Dishes for a New Year’s Eve Indian Feast

What better way to ring in the new year than a feast fit for a Maharaja? starting with sizzling chicken kebabs and pakoras, then onto festive jumbo prawns and with a grand finale of Indian ice cream. All with ingredients easy enough to find at your local supermarket and plenty to make ahead joy. Sound good? This New Year’s Eve, roll your sleeves up and get cooking an indian meal from scratch. Here’s a menu to get you going:

1. Murgh Malai Kebabs

Murgh Malai Kebabs

Marinated the night before and oven friendly, these boneless chicken skewers make a great way to kick off the festivities. you can cook them well in advance on the day and simply reheat in the microwave to serve as nibbles with drinks.

2. Onion pakoras

Onion pakoras

This evergreen Indian snack is a party favourite. My version is shallow fried, and has the added benefit of establishing you as the host with the most as you platter these up from the frying pan to serving plates. Keep the onions and ready for frying when guests arrive.

3. Chingri Malai Kari

Chingri Malai Kari

This Bengali prawn curry in coconut milk is a festive affair cooked on every special occasion. buy the largest prawns you’ll find and get ready to impress.

4. Hyderabadi Aubergines

A richly spiced dish that never disappoints. My version uses a jar of peanut butter. you can happily leave the nigella and fenugreek seeds out if you don’t have them. The result will be just as delicious.

Hyderabadi Aubergines

Serve the prawns and the aubergines with steaming hot Basmati rice.

And finally, complete the meal with my blender ready, no cook pudding.

5. Banana, Pistachio and cardamom Kulfi

Creamy goodness: kulfi

It’s basically Indian ice cream. Cooling and healing, it’s the perfect grand finale to get the party started.

Browse about these dishes , try it on .. its completely worth it

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