A Scottish wedding makes us visualize a dreamy fairytale castle, tartan, kilts, thistles, ceilidh and pipers! But when it comes to the traditional Scottish wedding menu, nobody really knows what exactly it is. And there is really no definite answer. So, there is a lot of scope for your creativity blended with the wedding menu by an authentic Scottish caterer like Regis banqueting in Glasgow, and to amaze your guests with a delicious array of dishes. Here are some tips.
Locally Sourced Ingredients – the Best Bet
Food prepared with all locally sourced ingredients is your best bet because it brings in the freshness and goodness, and thereby incredible flavor. Locally produced chicken, bacon, cheeses, tuna, sweet corn, cress, eggs, prawn, York ham, beef, cranberry, and many more are the mouthwatering alternatives to combine. Go through the menu of Regis and you will find an amazing array of dishes you can choose to delight guests on your big day.
If you ask what the premium meal ingredients of Scotland are, they are roe deer venison, beef fillet and spanking fresh scallops. You can get a caterer who can offer these dishes at economical price, if you are on a budget. But you can also consider dishes like melt-in-the-mouth blade steak stew.
Regis Banqueting has an incredible array of buffets – Finger Buffet, Corporate Buffet, Hot Buffet, and Fork Buffet – with sandwiches, tortilla wraps, rolls, mini Indian savories, a variety of crisps, Chinese dim sum, King Prawn Tempura, and more. Take a look at the images of their mouthwatering creations, some in this article and many on their website.
Wedding menu starters include fantail of honey dew melon with mango coulis and seasonal berries, lentil soup with fresh artisan bread, main courses with seasonal veggies and baby new potatoes, traditional steak pie, vegetarian Lasagne Verdi, and chicken in a creamy peppercorn sauce, and an array of desserts like raspberry roulade, profitrole (oversized) doused with rich Belgian chocolate sauce!
Find it mouthwatering? Why are you waiting for? Go ahead and book a traditional Scottish wedding banquet and celebrate your big day with a unique grace and elegance!