European-style food dishes that can be used as a wedding meal menu

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Marriage is certainly a happy day for everyone. Marriage is incomplete if there is no food in the organization. Here are some references to European-style wedding food dishes, delicious!

1. KROKET, AMSTERDAM.

Croquettes are small, breaded deep fried bread, usually as a main ingredient, ground beef (veal, beef, chicken or turkey), shellfish, fish, ham, cheese, mashed potatoes or vegetables, and mixed with béchamel or sauce chocolate and soaked white bread, eggs, onions, spices and spices, grapes, milk, beer, or some combination, sometimes with stuffing, such as saute onions, mushrooms, or boiled eggs (Scotch eggs). Croquettes are usually cylindrical, disc, or oval, and then fried. The croquette (from French croquer, “to crunch”) is gaining popularity all over the world, both as a delicacy and as fast food.

2. CURRYWURST, BERLIN

Currywurst is a German fast food dish consisting of steamed, then fried pork sausage (German: Bratwurst) usually chopped and seasoned with curry sauce, sauce based on seasoned tomato sauce or tomato paste, topped with curry powder, or sauce Ready-made tomatoes seasoned with curry and other seasonings. This dish is often served with french fries.

3. GELATO, ITALY

Gelato is ice cream made in an Italian style. Gelato is just an Italian word for ice cream, but in English it means Italian or Italian ice cream. Gelato is made on the basis of milk and sugar. Generally lower in fat than other types of ice cream. Gelato usually contains less air and more flavor than other frozen desserts, giving it the density and richness that sets it apart from other ice creams.

4. CREPES, PARIS

 Crepe is a very thin type of cake. Crêpes usually consist of two types: sweet crêpes (crêpes sucrées) and delicious galettes (crêpes salées). Crêpes are served with a variety of fillings, from the simplest with only sugar to Suzette crêpes or delicately delicious galleys. While crêpes is often associated with Brittany, a region in northwestern France, their consumption is widespread in France, Belgium, Canada, and many parts of Europe, North Africa, and the South Cone of South America.

5.    PIZZA AL TAGLIO, ROMA

Pizza al taglio or pizza al trancio are various pizzas that are baked in large rectangular trays, and are generally sold in rectangular or heavy chunks of weight, at marked prices per kilogram or per 100 grams. This type of pizza is found in rome, italy, and is common throughout italy. Many variations and styles of al taglio pizza exist, and this dish is available in other regions of the world besides italy.

6.    FRIED HERRING SANDWICH, STOCKHOLM

Fischbrötchen is a sandwich made with fish and other components such as fresh or dried garlic, pickles, remoulade, thick cream sauce, tomato sauce, or cocktail sauce. It is usually eaten in North Germany, because of its proximity to the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.

7. HERRING IN NETHERLANDS 

 As a seafaring country, fish has always been part of the national diet. With the unique Dutch herring preservation process, silvery minnows have become a symbol of Dutch food. It’s best to eat during the first catch of the season, but almost all food markets in Amsterdam and elsewhere sell fish as a healthy snack.

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