Sukhi Chandi Photography Release Details From Asian Wedding Food Survey

Posted April 4, 2016 by sidra909

Sukhi Chandi Photography conducted a survey of dishes that were popular at weddings, and as a results he was able to recommend five cool vegetarian appetisers you can serve at an Asian wedding.
Asian Wedding Photographer, Sukhi Chandi Photography ( ) recently conducted a survey of dishes that were popular at weddings, and as a results he was able to recommend five cool vegetarian appetisers you can serve at an Asian wedding.

Weddings can be all about displaying best of the cuisines. The appetisers are considered as the prime thing in any wedding food menu. The images of the popular foods, appetisers, drinks, main course and sweets always have a place in Asian wedding photography. The photographers make sure to shoot the best looking foods served during the wedding celebration so to add to the fun and frolic mood of the wedding pictures. These food carts are capable enough of filling your hearts with forever love. Everything is taking a creative turn these days, and the appetisers are no different. The appetisers for wedding parties should be light, crispy and simple in preparation so that the guests can enjoy the main course. Here is a cool list of top 5 vegetarian appetisers you must serve at your wedding for a memorable evening and a cool Indian wedding photography album:

Paneer/Mushroom stuck on a stick

As the name sounds cool, the taste sounds even cooler. Anything served on a stick is always preferred. The stick not only brings a creative twist to your appetiser, but also gives your guests something new and different to feast on. You can serve tandoori paneer, mushrooms and zucchini on a stick and provides some dips. The snack is perfect as it is neither too heavy nor too light to be served for a wedding function.

Curry pockets

Curry pockets are just right for an occasion like wedding. Little naans, carrying stir fry stuff make one of the worthy appetisers. You can prefer these pockets as you can practically serve anything in these pockets from dried stuffs to the wet ones and sprinkle chutneys. You can even go green with these pockets by adding healthy green stuffs and top them with some chutneys. You can mold it the way you want, considering the likes of your guests.

Cup corns

Corn is considered as one of the healthiest appetiser options. You can thus go crazy with corns and use it in different ways to serve. You can serve it in a cup, add some spices and make it spice cup corn. You can even go Mexican by adding lime juice, cheese, spices and butter to your corn. This is the yummiest appetiser for your guests.

Savoury waffles

Waffles are considered as a dancing appetiser for any wedding party. Their entire look is such that they compel the guests. The chefs also love preparing waffles as they are easy to make and are equally tasty. They are made in the waffle maker by adding batter, tomatoes and onions. Once the waffle is out, it is garnished with chillies, onions and other stuff as per the choice of the couple. This fusion dish is earning likes of people from all age brackets. Guests, simply pick one, slice it and dance to the wedding tunes.

Cheese corns balls

The post surely can not end without popping the corn once again. This time, they are fried and made into balls filled with cheese. These cute cheese corn balls are served in cocktail glasses, adding a vibe of fun to the entire wedding theme.

About Sukhi Chandi Photography

Sukhi Chandi is an Asian and Indian Wedding Photographer and photographs weddings throughout Bradford, London and the United Kingdom – you can find out more about Sukhi Chandi’s work on the company’s Facebook page at

For more information contact Sukhi on +44 1234 924520

Contact Name: Sukhi Chandi
Company Name: Sukhi Chandi Photography
Phone: +44 1234 924520
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
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Last Updated April 4, 2016