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What to bring to a Diwali celebration?

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One Keema Naan
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What to bring to a Diwali celebration?

Post by One Keema Naan » Tue Nov 06, 2018 11:09 pm

Anyone any suggestions?
Will need to be something that stands being eaten cold.

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Re: What to bring to a Diwali celebration?

Post by Bandit » Wed Nov 07, 2018 8:20 am

Hi OKN,

I will start off with the basics which are part of a BIR menu

Onion Bhaji
Samosas- lamb, chicken, veggie
Pakoras - chicken, veggie
Tikka - chicken, lamb
Dhal
Dips etc
Also include sweet dishes

I’m sure there are many, many more ideas/small snacks available on here or the internet and the knowledge within the forum members

Good luck

Bandit

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