Finger foods are a hit at any party, be it a Diwali party or a birthday dinner. When you’re planning your Diwali party this year, play smart and keep these bite-sized foods on top of your list. Choose recipes that are easy to pop in one’s mouth and, at the same time, go perfectly well with the drinks you’re planning to serve. Here’s our list of easy non-vegetarian appetizers. Your guests will love them.
India loves its chicken. Mainly because chicken is abundantly available and so very versatile. There are a million ways to cook perfect chicken at home. Chilli chicken is a much loved chicken preparation, with a kick of spice and a sprinkling of veggies. Make your version or try our pick of Chef Sabyasachi Gorai’s recipe for making chilli chicken at home in less than 30 minutes. Our promise, it’s delish!
Tandoori Chicken Lollipop
Sure, tandoori chicken gets its name from the bell-shaped clay oven (tandoor) that it is prepared in. But, over the years, people have started making tandoori chicken at home without a tandoor. Gurdip Kohli Punj can show you how you can make restaurant-styletandoori chicken lollipop in your own kitchen. She makes it using ingredients that are easily available in most Indian kitchens, so no need to panic about preparation time. This makes for a perfect quick non-vegetarian appetizer to serve your guests this Diwali.
Chicken Tikka Kebab
Shrimp Sausage Bites
Barbequed Prawns Basil Tikka
Calling all barbeque lovers, have you checked outGurdip Kohli Punj’s Prawns Basil Tikka yet? To make this yummy non-vegetarian appetizer, Punj marinates the prawns in a mixture of basil chutney, black pepper powder, salt, lemon juice, and chopped garlic cloves and leaves it aside for 10 minutes. Place the prawns on skewers and brush them with some oil. Grill them on the barbeque (or cook it on a grill pan) and serve with green chutney.
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