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Massive INDIAN WEDDING FOOD for 1,500 People! Kasara...

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The morning of my tenth day in Kerala was another one for the books, as I got to do something really special: I got to attend an Indian wedding! Come along with me as I experience Indian wedding food prep for 1, 500 people in Kasaragod, Kerala, India!

My boy Ebbin drove me to the city of Kasaragod in northern Kerala, where we’d attend the Indian Christain wedding of Nibin and Tanya. After the bride and groom get married, there would be a huge reception for 1,500 people.

I headed into the kitchen to watch them prepare this massive feast. I was so excited! They were cooking up so much food. I could see onions, papayas, duck roast masala, and more.

They were also making Kuttanadan duck curry. After they boil the duck pieces, they mix it into the pre-cooked masala. I got a chance to stir and mix the duck curry, which was also in a massive vat.

I watched as they stirred and prepared more dishes, including a pot of biryani! It was hard to be in the kitchen with all the smoke. The spices in the beef roast hit me hard!

Back outside, I saw gentlemen making rice dough, grating coconut, and more. The coconut was really good! They also gave me a glass of refreshing fresh lime juice. Back inside, they were making more biryani a big pot of a rich and spicy-looking fish curry!

I watched as others cut bananas and limes, and then they added coconut milk to the Kuttanadan duck curry. I tried a piece of the beef roast, which was spicy and evaporated in my mouth. Then, I tried a small piece of chicken, which was spicy and slightly sweet. There was also some Chicken 65!

We walked over to the reception area where we saw them making appam and a puri-like flatbread called ney pathal and more. After they made the appam, the cook would just toss them onto the table! They kept making them and wouldn’t stop until they’d made at least 1,000 of them. The ney pathal had a crispy exterior and doughy interior.

Then, I tried a bunch of sugary shakes and juices before we waited for the bride and groom to arrive. After I greeted them, it was time to eat! I loved the chicken 65, bu the ney pathal and beef curry was heavenly. It was a light curry and wasn’t too spicy. The beef was super tender! The duck curry was also light and not too spicy, but I liked the beef better.

The chicken biryani was nice and creamy. The light fry on the chicken was excellent. It was like having the chicken 65 with rice. It was right up there with Calicut and Thalassery biryani in terms of quality. Then, I added some of the spicy fish, which was stellar!

Lastly, we had dessert: kheer halwa and ice cream with fruits. The halwa was somewhat similar to carrot cake. It was the perfect dessert for this weather!

I hope you enjoyed coming with me to my first Indian wedding to enjoy the food in Kasaragod, Kerala, India! If you did, please give this video a thumbs up and leave a comment below. Also, please subscribe to my YouTube channel so you don’t miss any of my travel/food adventures around the world!

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