No invitation to Harry and Meghan’s royal reception this weekend? Don’t worry, you can reproduce their menu at home!
The couple are reportedly having trendy finger bowls and canapes instead of a sit down meal. Here’s how to make your own:
Baked Cottage Cheese in Dried Herbs
These delicately diced paneer cubes are a simple but delicious recipe. Plus, on skewers, they are the perfect example of finger food. Baked with dried herbs and olive oil, they make a scrumptious start to your trendy finger bowl.
We know these don’t immediately bring to mind the royal wedding, but spring rolls are actually a very popular food for important festivities. Why not play around with wedding-themed flavours for the filling?
Instant Shami Kebab
Shami kebabs are popularly served to guests so, if you’re having friends over to watch the royal wedding with, then these are perfect. Not to mention they only require five ingredients so they couldn’t be much easier to make!
These delicate walnut treats look more like macaroons than they do cookies. Overflowing with crunch and deliciousness, they are an elegant and more-ish start to your dessert finger bowls.
Besan Ladoos are often served at festive or religious occasions, so they make the perfect addition to the wedding celebrations. Tasty and sweet, our version is simple to make at home and even simpler to eat up!
Healthy Baked Apple Roses
What could be more of a celebration of English royalty and heritage than paying homage to the English rose? These baked apple roses are easy to make and a lighter option after such an indulgent meal.
Despite all of the excitement it is important to keep hydrated, and what could be more quintessentially British than a nice cup of tea. As chrysanthemums can represent both cheerfulness and love, we think chrysanthemum tea is the perfect choice for this special day!
We hope we’ve given you some ideas for how to replicate Harry and Meghan’s reception food. We wish both you and them a wonderful weekend!