New Delhi: Desserts are sweet items, which are served to ease the spicy and tingling taste of the main course.
When it comes to wedding desserts, the sweet section comprises traditional items depending upon the ethnicity of the families. However, the seasonal sweets and ice creams are always given preference.
This is because they are liked by all owing to their universal popularity and appeal. Since dessert is served at the end of meal, a good dessert in your menu selection gives a lasting effect on your guests.
So you should be very particular while selecting desserts for your wedding.
Here we have listed five desserts with a little twist, so that it can make your wedding sweeter and tastier.
1.Traditional Indian frozen dessert "Matka Kulfi" made with a twist of white chocolate- Kulfi is a very popular milk based dessert from Indian Subcontinent.
Kulfi has similarities to ice cream in appearance and taste, but is denser and creamier. Imagine when you take a bite of your kulfi, you suddenly get the taste of white chocolate, amazing feeling. Isn't it?
White Chocolate complements the flavors of caramelized milk really well. This can sure be a star of your wedding party!
2.Rasagulla Phirni-A variety of a milk pudding prepared during festive occasions especially Eid and Ramzan.
Best served in 'mitti ke kasore' or mud pots, Phirni is very popular among Indian families. When served with rasagullas, we are sure phirni tastes 100 times better.
The unique combination of phirni and rasagulla will please your guests to the core.
3.Chocolate fondant mud cake- With time, the weddings have only become more profuse and rather swanky.
This has given way to the need of making some parts of the wedding extremely fascinating and exotic; the desserts are being the most sought after of them.
Mud cake is authentically a Mississippi mud pie. The mud cake when served as chocolate fondant, it enhances the taste to another level.
4.Chocolate brownie with ice cream- This flavor combines great ice cream with chunks of chewy, fudge brownies.
These brownies are baked whereas ice-creams are frozen. This appetizing dessert will leave your guests awe-struck especially children.
The double treat of brownie and ice cream will melt your guest's heart as ice cream melts on brownie.
5.Gulkand Paan-Subsequently, the Indian wedding feast comes to an end with Paan or 'Vida'. This is prepared by stuffing a betel leaf with betel nuts, spices and sugar, according to taste.
When gulkand is added to normal paan, it multiplies the aroma, colour and taste of it.