Planning a Christmas Party? These Dishes Will Make Your Buffet a Success

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Planning a Christmas Party? These Dishes Will Make Your Buffet a Success


The dishes you serve at a Christmas party can make the difference between a great or not-so-great party. However, it isn’t always easy to come up with tasty snack ideas. You need a break from the usual dishes and serve a collection of scrumptious snacks at your Christmas buffet. Here’s a list of some easy-to-cook and easy-to-serve dishes which need to be on your party menu.



  1. Chicken Tikka

The dish consists of tender chicken chunks marinated in flavourful spices and is grilled on skewers. You can cook the chicken tikka on large skewers and serve the chunks on a platter for guests to pick up with toothpicks. Other than that, you can also make individual mini skewers. Usually, chicken tikka is baked in a clay oven called a tandoor. However, if you don’t have a tandoor, using an oven or grill is a good alternative. Furthermore, you need to plan ahead when making this recipe as the chicken should sit in the yoghurt and spice marination overnight.


  1. Kebabs

You can choose to make from a wide variety of kebabs like paneer kebab, galouti kebab, dahi kebab, reshmi kebab, Bihari Kabab, and hara bhara kebab. If you can’t decide which one you like the best, you can simply prepare a mixed platter. Kebabs are best served with mint-coriander chutney. Kebabs are considered as the perfect party snacks as their smokey, melt-in-mouth texture, and char-grilled aroma can easily get your guests hooked. Traditionally, kebabs are made with mild spices and minced meat. Even though lamb is the original meat used to prepare kebabs, this dish has been localised to include chicken, paneer and other varieties of foods.


  1. Penne Vodka Pasta

With its tempting flavour and a splash of vodka, a pasta dish will please everyone on the Christmas Eve. Comforting, delicious, and downright divine, a great pasta recipe with cream and a splash of vodka is all you need to make your buffet a success. Moreover, you should not worry about the vodka as all the alcohol burns out in the cooking process. You can also serve a variety of sauces with different types of pasta and let your guests mix and match according to their choice. Thanks to KENT noodle and pasta making machine, you can easily prepare fresh pasta at home from scratch in less than 10 minutes.


  1. Samosa

This popular Indian party snack consists of crispy pastry filled with mixed vegetables or meat. For your Christmas buffet, make mini samosas and serve them with tamarind chutney or a minty yoghurt dip. The most common filling of samosas is a spicy mixture of masala potatoes, crushed green chillies, and peas. Adding cashews and raisins to the filling enhances the taste of the samosa. Prepared with a crisp covering of refined wheat flour, these starters are deep fried until they turn light brown in colour.


  1. Steamed Momos

This favourite starter option can be filled with any vegetable or minced meat of your preference. Momos are usually served with a spicy Sikkimese tomato and garlic chutney. Momos is a delectable yet healthy recipe and is an ideal for house parties and festivals. You can also pair the momos with a steamy bowl of tomato soup for an even more fulfilling experience. Garlic adds a sharp aroma as well as flavour to this dish. You can prepare momos at home with the KENT noodle and pasta making the machine.


All the dishes mentioned above are some of the most delicious party snacks that are super easy to make, and your guests will love you for making them. Festive get-togethers call for delectable and unique bites. With these dishes on the menu, you’ll undoubtedly be famous among your family and friends.

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