I'm having shish kabobs and shrimp skewers as part of the main entree for my wedding. What main dish to go with this entree? Pasta?

Not sure what to do besides a vegetable and salad side. Maybe soup, pasta, baked potato? Help...


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  • Rice Pilaf goes well with any kind of skewered entree. It is a classic combination. In addition I would serve some kind of a soup and a side salad. That should be plenty. Most people do not eat a lot at a wedding reception.

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    • I also considered a soup since salad was already on the menu. But my family is black lol. Im not trying to stereotype, but they're picky and will definitely eat everything. Plus, its 200+ of them. I want to make sure I have enough food

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    • Well, it's good to be prepared. ;)

    • Thank you for the MHO!

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What Girls Said 5

  • Rice pilaf.

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  • Isn't the caterer helping you decide?

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    • I'm not sure if I want a cater. Every wedding I've attended so far, they self-catered so I'll probably do the same

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    • If you are having dancing and all that 8 would stay away from heavy foods as they can weigh people down, and possibly make them I'll after a while if they work up a sweat, if they don't fall asleep. Carb heavy dishes will do that (as well as slow down the "after party"). Think about how you feel after a big meal that's carb heavy like Thanksgiving, and how you feel when you eat lighter foods.

    • Well thats why I was doing a noon wedding. It would only be 2-3 hours and I didn't plan on much dancing

  • i would do fettucine alfredo

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    • Would kabobs, shrimp, pasta, a vegetable, and salad be enough on the plate? Like are kabobs not a big enough meat

    • i think kabobs are big enough but i might put a bit of chicken breast in the pasta

    • Yea I was considerinh that as well

  • Whip up some pasta or rice

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  • Pasta is good.

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    • More of a Lasagna pasta? Or something like Alfredo?

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