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12 items for Lunch menu in Ring ceremony

Ring ceremony is one of the most important events for a Bengali family. After they have a child, when the kid is given solid food after six months of breastfeeding is known to be a Ring ceremony. The Kolkata Caterers or the Caterers in Howrah keep their best dishes meant for it.

1.   Steamed rice

Steamed rice is a must in the menu of a new born child who has had the opportunity to be fed solid food for the first time. The Caterers in Howrah or the Kolkata Caterers prefer using basmati rice for this dish.

2.   Sukto

Bengalis usually have their meals with this bittersweet broth of vegetables. Its ingredients include bitter gourd, potatoes, drumsticks, brinjal, green banana. The caterers of Howrah and the Kolkata Caterers also add a texture called bori. The result is a delicately flavoured broth of vegetables mixed with spices which is heavenly.

3.   Moong Dal and Red Spinach Fry

This is an additional dish added along with long steamed rice by the Caterers in Howrah or the Kolkata Caterers.

4.Alu bhaja or Beguni-Beguni

Beguni is a frequently offered starter at bengali weddings. It is usually served with dal and bhat. Coated with besan and deep fried, or marinated in turmeric, salt and fried, it is a must include item for any kolkata caterers and caterers in Howrah.

5.Fish Roll or Paneer pasanda

Can be considered to be a starter before the commencement of the final main course. The caterers in Howrah or the Kolkata caterers, make their best move in this.

6.Alu posto

Bengalis love potatoes. It’s a simple curry made from poppy seed paste and potatoes with green chilli, mustard oil and kalonji as the main element. The caterers of Howrah and the Kolkata Caterers serve this dish and are one of the key food items in any bengali wedding.

7.Mishti Pulao

This bengali dish is trendy and is served by the caterers of Howrah and the Kolkata Caterers in almost every wedding. It is a fragrant yellow pulao with subtle sweet undertones and is often eaten with chicken and mutton curry which is very delicious.

8.Macher kalia or Channar Dalna

The rohu fish is marinated in a bunch of aromatic spices and cooked with yogurt, onion, tomato and raisin. The kolkata caterers and caterers in Howrah serve this dish with mishti pulao which is heavenly for the guests for sure. It is a favourite combination in any bengali weddings.

9.Mutton kasha or Bhetki Macher Paturi

This refers to the authentic mutton curry. Goat meat and potatoes are cooked in an onion, ginger- garlic gravy with tomatoes, mustard oil and curd/ yogurt. The caterers of Howrah and the Kolkata Caterers are sure to include this spicy delicacy in any weddings.

10.Chatni and Papad

Chatni is meant to be served right after the whole meal alongside the crunch of a roasted or fried papad. The dish is a must for the Caterers in Howrah or the Kolkata Caterers.

11.Rasgulla and Sandesh

One of the most famous bengali sweets, rasgulla refers to ball shaped dumplings of chenna in sugary syrup. The kolkata caterers and the caterers in Howrah include this dish as a dessert. Dessert without rasgulla is considered incomplete.

Sandesh too is a well known dessert made with chenna along with milk and sugar. It is one of the most important sweets among the kolkata caterers and caterers in Howrah.

12.Payesh, Ice cream and paan masala

Payesh is to be honest the most important dish of the dish at a rice ceremony. Where the child is given the best taste of this beautiful rice pudding as his or her first solid food. The Kolkata Caterers or the Caterers in Howrah make the best efforts on the final taste.

The Kolkata Caterers and Caterers in Howrah both have more or less the same dishes meant for the ring ceremony. But the taste variesh from time and place. So, that is the menu of a rice ceremony.

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