Indian Canapes Fit for a King!

With the royal wedding just days away and street party planning in full swing, we thought we’d share some of our favourite bite-size Indian canapes for you and your friends to enjoy this weekend!

A harmonious selection of traditional methods and more modern takes on Indian cooking – these canapes have certainly been given Anoki’s royal seal of approval!

Although small in size, these dishes are packed with exciting flavours that are sure to impress your party guests as they nibble their way through the ceremony of the year.

Paneer Chilli Cigars - (recipe by Tarla Dalal)

An easy but irresistible snack made by rolling a succulent paneer mixture into samosa patties and deep-frying. These canapes are handily sized and look particularly appetising making them the perfect party taster!

Paneer Chilli Cigars


Tandoori Fish Kebabs - (recipe by Sutapa Ray)

An extremely versatile recipe that is equally as delicious when served both warm and cold, as a standalone canape or as an accompaniment to a larger dish. The Tandoori Fish Kebabs will bring a true taste of India to any banquet!

Tandoori Fish Kebab


Chutney Bombs
- (recipe by Shilpi Agarwal)

These bitesize snack balls are full of flavour and aroma whilst having the added benefit of being quick and easy to make. A super hit amongst party goers, the simple but spicy explosion of taste will leave your guests wanting more!

Chutney Bombs


Tandoori Chicken Burgers
- (recipe Baked Bree)

The ultimate summery taster dish – the Tandoori Chicken Burgers incorporate traditional Indian flavours that are executed in a modern way to bring an element of fun to the table. From kids to adults, no one will be able to keep their hands off these!

Tandoori Chicken Burgers

We hope our selection of delicious canapes have inspired you to bring a taste of India to your royal celebrations this weekend and to any other party for that matter!

Be sure to tag us on social media if you decide to give these recipes a go – we’d love to see your creations!

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