The Goan wedding reception is a showcase of culinary delights, from within the state, and outside it. Here’s a sample of a typical menu…
In Goa, no Catholic celebration is complete without the uber-flavourful Sorpotel. And so it is with weddings, too.
Cafreal, the spicy chicken preparation, is another local favourite which is to-die-for.
Where there’s Sorpotel, there are sanna! This traditional fermented accompaniment takes the flavour of Sorpotel to the next level!
Dinner rolls are the go-to option for those who prefer breads over sanna.
If there’s meat on the table, there absolutely has to be salad as well.
Being a fish-loving people, seafood dishes are an important part of the Goan wedding banquet.
What’s a dinner table without a vegetarian dish? And, at least one such dish can be found on the wedding buffet table.
A rice preparation, such as pulao or fried rice, is a must at every Goan celebration.
For the finale, delicately flavoured crème caramel, or pudding, is the all-important light dessert to top off a hearty celebratory meal.