Indian Wedding Catering in Sydney

Indian Wedding Catering in Sydney is one of the biggest business boomers for Indian Restaurants today. Because of Sydney’s dense Indian population and for other populations showing an increased demand for Indian food at their weddings, it is no wonder Indian Wedding Catering in Sydney has become far removed from just a few Indian hot plate meals served at home garden parties.

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Indian Wedding Catering in Sydney is always carried out in close consideration of the requirements of each dish’s storage conditions and at what temperature it should be served at to preserve its flavours and aromas for the entire duration of the event. Wedding dishes, in particular, are carefully selected to compliment each other’s tastes and to ensure they do not clash in terms of having two dishes that are too similar in taste or too spicy and having too many dry or wet dishes in one selection. This is absolutely crucial to ensure guests enjoy the food and come back for second or third serves.

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A lot of time, consideration, and planning is put forth towards Indian Wedding Catering in Sydney. Indian restaurants are sure to prioritise that both the financial and logistical are met from both the bride and groom’s side of the family, and so several meetings are conducted before the event to ensure gaps in communication don’t compromise on the quality of the food and the hospitality, so family members can enjoy the event with their loved ones in an organised stress free environment.

At Taj Indian Restuarant meticulously selected team of chefs, floor managers, accountants, and hospitality staff all come together to cultivate a catering experience specifically tailored to your event’s needs no matter how big or small the scale of the wedding may be. It is guaranteed that the standard Indian Wedding Catering in Sydney not only upholds but exceeds expectations of each guest and is continually thriving on excellence in hospitality.

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Traditional Indian Food

Traditional Indian Food

From all parts of India are increasing in popularity in general, however, North Indian food and South Indian food are particularly popular in western Countries such as the United States, Canada, the UK, and Australia.

Taj Indian Restaurant is known for its Authentic Traditional flavours. Although manipulated versions of Traditional Indian food have been observed in the recent years in terms of how it is presented and the method of it’s serving and creation, the tastes, aromas, textures, and colours have been preserved for generations to keep it authentic and honour its cultural origins.

Traditional Indian Food has always been the preferred cuisine of choice for those who crave a lavish dining experience that is filling yet satisfies the taste palette. For those who have a preference for spicy food, South Indian food is ideal due to the abundant incorporation of various spices and herbs in their curries accompanied with fragrant rice and pickles. For those that desire a heavy meal and are not allured towards spice, North Indian food is the preferred choice due to the incorporation of decadent buttery tastes and creamy textures that go well with flatbreads of the North Indian variety.

Most Traditional Indian Food joints serve both North and South Indian varieties, however, if specific varieties in one of these areas are required there are restaurants which only serve food from these specific regions of India in both fine dining and fast food sectors.

Traditional Indian Food is always catered keeping in mind the requirements of each food’s storage conditions and at what temperature it should be served at to preserve its flavours and aromas for the entire duration of the event. Furthermore, the dishes are carefully selected to the compliment each other’s tastes and to ensure they do not clash in terms of having two dishes that are too similar in taste or too spicy and having too many dry or wet dishes in one selection. This is absolutely crucial to ensure guests enjoy the food and come back for second or third serves.

It is because of its extravagance and booming popularity that Traditional Indian Food has transcended centuries of the dining experience globally and continues to be incorporated in many western fine dining and fast food joints today.

Punjabi Thali in Sydney

Punjabi Thali in Sydney is by far one of the most popular North Indian choices. A ‘thali’ translates to a sectioned plate or a platter designed to contain small amounts of several different curries usually from the same region, to provide the consumer with a multi-flavoured dining experience, or when the client cannot decide on one meal and prefers to sample from several different items. So a Punjabi Thali is a selection of popular dishes and beads served in the North Indian state of Punjab.

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Punjabi dining is mostly influenced by the agricultural lifestyle of Punjab is well noted for. Tandoori (grill style) cooking is what makes Punjabi food more unique from most other Indian varieties and has made its global mark in various parts of the world, and it is the combination of popular Punjabi curries and bread that contribute the perfect Punjabi Thali in Sydney.

A popular bread that’s often seen in a Punjabi Thali in Sydney is ‘Makke Ki Roti’. This is a dry textured flatbread that is made from cornmeal and is served alongside a spinach based curry called ‘Sarson Ka Saag’ that is also found in a Punjabi Thali in Sydney. Rice is not always served in a Punjabi Thali in Sydney, but if present, is paired with a rich butter filled lentil curry called ‘Daal makhani’ which literally translates to “Lentil buttery”.

Although most Punjabi curries are rich and cream based, some lentil curries do not contain butter or cream at all and can be requested to replace the default selection of curries if you are lactose intolerant or vegan. Similarly, Punjabi bread like ‘naan’ for instance can be replaced with ‘Makke Ki Roti’ if the client is gluten intolerant as traditional ‘Makke Ki Roti’ is entirely corn meal based.

Punjabi thalis are hence highly customisable and are also unique in their own way as are Thalis from other regions in India. For client’s that prefer not to indulge in a selection of curries that are spicy, a Punjabi Thali in Sydney is the ideal choice.

Are you craving Punjabi food? You will love our Punjabi Thali, come into any of our branches and find out for your self. Taj Indian Restaurant is famous for its authentic flavours and rich aromas.

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Jain Catering in Sydney

Jain Catering in Sydney

Taj Indian Restaurant is a 100% Vegetarian Restaurant. Jain Food requirements are taken very seriously amongst all Indian Catering services due to the strict religious restrictions that form the foundations of their dietary requirements. Jainism is an ancient Indian religion which forbids meat consumption and the consumption of fish and eggs based on the principle of non-violence (ahimsa).  Anti-violence practices form the fundamental core of the Jain belief system and which Jain Catering in Sydney must embody as it is extremely crucial to adhere to immaculate food safety and hygiene practices that emphasise using sterile materials to prepare food that has not been in direct contact with meat, fish or eggs.

Jain Vegetarianism also reinforces against the consumption of other root vegetables and anything that grows under the ground such as potatoes, onion, garlic, and mushroom as they are believed to grow in non-hygienic environments. Honey is not consumed because it’s collection process involves disturbance and possible harm to bees. Yoghurt and dairy are not consumed either (Lacto-vegetarianism) due to bacterial life forms that thrive in it. For this reason, some Jains don’t consume food that has been stored overnight and fermented foods as the microorganisms reproduce and increase in number as hours pass e.g. yeast. The strictest of Jains do not consume salt or unfiltered water either. So it becomes evident very early that Jain Catering in Sydney presents a highly comprehensive and challenging process.

The Jain diet is highly lentil and chickpea based and places a huge emphasis on rice, bread, and herbs such as Fenugreek, Green Cardamon, and Turmeric. Common Jain dishes include ‘Jain Dum Biryani’ which is a mixture of rice tossed in various aromatic herbs and spices that add colours and flavour due to a limited taste palette. Jain Cholar Pooriyan is also a popular choice served by Jain Catering in Sydney and consists of a rich semi-dry chickpea curry served with fried circular bread that turns gold and crisp when served fresh.

Although Jain Vegetarianism is on the stricter sectors of the vegetarian dining experience, Jain Catering in Sydney has evolved with the aid of technology and best hospitality practices to keep presenting new varieties to its clientele.

Indo Chinese Food in Sydney

Indo Chinese Food in Sydney

Indo Chinese Food in Sydney is a popular choice amongst the youth and has particularly influenced the style and variety of fast food popularised by the Indian youth on a global scale. Indo Chinese Food is what its name suggests- the perfect union of Indian and Chinese Ingredients and cooking styles to create a cultural fusion of both cuisines in each delicacy. Call it Chinese food adapted to Indian tastes, or the merger of Chinese ingredients like soy sauce and vinegar with garlic, ginger, and chiles as described by food and lifestyle blogger Annada Rathi.

Popular dishes such of as Indo Chinese Food in Sydney include ‘Chilli Honey Potato’ have turned the less exciting hot chips into an extravagantly salty and spicy dish that touches on both sweet and sour taste palettes in just the right amounts. This popular dish consists of short straw cut potato fries tossed in honey and chill sauce, often garnished with sesame seeds. It is for mouth-watering combinations like these that Chinese and Indian ingredients have been cleverly altered to cater to the spice palate South Asians demand Indo Chinese Food in Sydney.

Although Indo Chinese food originated in India and is more popular in South Asia than it is in the rest of Asia and the world, it first became popular in the United States, the UK and is now also becoming more established in Australia, particularly, in Sydney. Indo Chinese Food in Sydney is particularly a favourite amongst vegetarians because it disproves the stigma surrounding vegetarian food as a dull sector of dining that lacks variety and allure that it’s non-vegetarian counterparts present. However, due to the fusion of second culture’s cooking style and ingredients, the lack in variety has been compensated for immensely and continue’s to innovate the vegetarian dining experience for Indo Chinese Food in Sydney.

Looking for Indian Chinese food in Sydney? Visit us at Taj Indian Restaurant in Harris Park.

Vegan Indian Food in Sydney

Vegan Indian Food in Sydney

Vegan Indian Food in Sydney is becoming increasingly popular as individual dietary requirements have evolved over time due to religious restrictions, allergies, and personal preference. A few years ago Vegan Indian Food in Sydney was limited in variety and was not conveniently available to the public. Although there has been a slight increase in its abundance, Vegan Indian Food in Sydney still presents scope to grow as a more dynamic and culturally diverse sector within the Indian dining experience itself.

Existing varieties of Vegan Indian Food in Sydney primarily consist of tofu, potato, soy, bread and rice, mushroom, chickpeas, beans, and a wide selection of exotic fresh vegetables used in different combinations tailored to your specific dietary requirements. Many Indian restaurants in Sydney have also begun to factor in child-friendly vegan options in their menus, as the younger generations are becoming more conscious of cruelty-free cuisines that not only cater to individual dietary requirements but also religious and health restrictions.

Vegan Indian Food in Sydney covers the requirements of several different religious groups, suited to the multi-faceted cultural society embodies. Vegan Indian food is appropriate to cater for Jain, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, and various other religious communities. The food is cooked and prepared under strict sanitary and ethical guidelines which reinforce the use of utensils that have not been used to serve or been in direct contact with any animal products.

Due to the diversification of these cuisines, Vegan Indian Food in Sydney is becoming far removed from its old impression as a dull and restricted dining experience that lacked excitement and allure to a revolutionised era of dining that is popularising Vegan food on a global scale. As more clients begin to indulge further in Vegan Indian Food in Sydney, it show’s greater promise as a popular choice of cuisine that promotes an ethically conscious culinary experience.

Taj Indian Restaurant is proud to be vegan-friendly with no dairy and also a 100% pure vegetarian.

Gujia and Ghevar in Sydney

Gujia in Sydney

Gujia and Ghevar in Sydney

At Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant, we have a wide variety of Indian sweets from Gujia to Ghevar. Enjoy all your favourite sweets prepared with the finest fresh ingredients crafted specially to give each mouthful the sweetness you desire.

Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant is 100% Pure vegetarian and has been a proud member of the Indian Community for the last 15 year. Follow the links below to order online or come into any of our stores to place your order today!

Enjoy authentic Gujia in Sydney on the colorful festival of Holi

Gujia in Sydney

Gujia also popularly known as Ghujia or Perukiya is a famous Indian sweet enjoyed commonly during the festive season of Holi. It looks like a dumpling or a samosa but unlike them the filling and pastry both are sweet and the shape is more semi-circular with distinct folds to hold the filling. The pastry is made up of sooji (semolina flour) and all-purpose flour (plain flour or maida) combined with some oil and lukewarm water. The soft and sweet filling varies from taste and regional preferences but mainly consist of grated and roasted dry fruits, khoya, cardamom powder and coconut. The deep fried or sometimes baked pastry is sugar glazed to give it that extra sweetness and shine. The outer texture is crispy and flaky whereas the inside is soft and sweet packed with traditional Indian flavors. The classic Indian sweet is mostly savored during the colorful festival of Holi and sparkly festival of Diwali, two festivals which are celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm in the Indian subcontinent. There are many variations available today with different fillings such as mawa gujia, dry fruits gujia and even chocolate gujia etc.

Order online here and enjoy the most popular Gujia in Sydney. Get fresh gujia packed and delivered to your friends and family as gift boxes in the quantity of your choice. Bring sweetness to the lives of your loved ones with this sweet dessert and don’t forget to pack some for yourself as well.

We guarantee that the freshness and texture are maintained for you to enjoy the best Gujia in Sydney from preparation till it fulfills your craving. All our products are 100% vegetarian prepared with high-quality ingredients specially made to match the authentic taste of Indian sweets.

Eat the best Ghevar in Sydney at Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant

Ghevar also sometimes known as Ghewar or Ghebar is a traditional Indian sweet tracing its origin to Jaipur in Rajasthan and also the city of Sonipat in Haryana. In addition to Rajasthan, this mouthwatering Indian sweet is also very popular in the adjoining states of Gujarat, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Harayana, Madhya Pradesh etc. It deliciously comes in many varieties like plain Ghevar, mawa Ghevar, Kesar Ghevar and malai Ghevar.

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Get mouthwatering Ghevar packed and delivered to your doorstep in Sydney

A thick batter is made out of flour, milk, sugar, and ghee which is then fried and dipped in fresh sugar syrup. The disc-shaped cake is then topped with delicious nuts and flavors such as almonds, pistachios or cardamom powder. Ghevar is famously consumed during the festival of Teej, this Indian sweet is also prepared for other festivals like Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Makar Sankranti and Gangaur. The texture is flaky and crisp yet its filled with the goodness of milk and ghee to preserve the succulence. It is also sometimes served with Rabri (thickened milk). The nuts on top add richness and crunchiness complimenting the festive Indian sweet.

Ghevar in Sydney

Enjoy Ghevar (Ghewar) during the festival of Teej (celebrated primarily by girls and women, with songs, dancing and prayer rituals) or Rakhi (celebrated to signify the strong bond between brother and a sister) or simply to satisfy your taste buds. Order online here and enjoy the famous Ghevar in Sydney.

We guarantee that the freshness and texture are maintained for you to enjoy the best Ghevar in Sydney from preparation till it fulfills your craving. All our products are 100% vegetarian prepared with high-quality ingredients specially made to match the authentic taste of Indian sweets.

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