Meera Sodha's Indian Feasting Menu

Spice up this holiday season with Meera Sodha's Indian Feasting Menu. This menu is bound to wow guests, and with elements that can be made in advance, won't leave you feeling rushed off your feet. This could even be a delicious alternative to traditional Christmas Dinner or line it up for a New Year's dinner party. 

Meera Sodha's Indian Festive Menu

Chilli Paneer

Meera's take on this spectacular street food dish makes an excellent starter or side to an Indian feast. This recipe can be made in minutes, so no need to sweat over any lengthy preparation.

Meera Sodha's Indian Festive Menu

Quick Peshwari Roti

Our advice on these gorgeous Peshwari Rotis? Double whatever you're planning to make - they go down a storm! Meera's easy recipe and no-fuss method means these Peshwari roti can be on the table in next to no time (and they'll be eaten in even less!). 

Meera Sodha's Indian Festive Menu

Lamb Raan

The crowning jewel of your Indian Dinner Party Menu - Meera's stunning Lamb Raan. This warmly spiced leg of lamb is prepared the day before and then, on the day of serving, is incredibly low maintenance. Just what you need from your dinner party showstopper. 

Meera Sodha's Indian Festive Menu

Maharajah's Rice

An Indian feast isn't complete without a vat of steaming rice. This stunning rice dish, jewelled with dried fruits and nuts is the perfect accompaniment to any festive meal or special occasion. 

Meera Sodha's Indian Festive Menu

Gulab Jamuns in Saffron Syrup

Finish up your Indian feast in style with these traditional favourites, Gulab Jamuns. These pretty little milky doughnuts can be made up to a week in advance and keep happily in the fridge. A deliciously authentic way to end a fantastic Indian feast. 

For more incredible Indian recipes for occasions and the everyday, check out Meera's two cookbooks, Made in India and Fresh India

Meera Sodha

Food writer Meera Sodha's love for her ancestors’ food and desire to keep their food traditions alive led her to journey back to her mother’s kitchen to capture the recipes from her childhood.​

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