Latest Indian Wedding Food Menu Lists

Latest Indian Wedding Food Menu List

It is worth mentioning that food is one of the most important parts of your wedding. A wedding without food is just not done! Yes, 80% of your guests won’t attend it. And those 20% will be your close family members. Also, it is important that the food you arrange for your wedding is tasty and sumptuous. If it is not delicious, then trust your guests would make complaints all their lives. And at the same if the food is finger licking, then also they won’t stop boasting about you. So, it is important that the latest Indian wedding food menu list is incorporated into your wedding.

Indian food makes for the best wedding foods in the world. There are different kinds of food available in India. Each state in India has its own unique taste and different delicacies. For instance, Rajasthan is famous for its Rajasthani cuisine, which is spicy and very flavorful, while South India is famous for its food items prepared with rice flour, like idli, dosa, etc. If you are planning to feed your guests with the most finger-licking food items, then the options are endless. You can have North Indian food items to South Indian food items or Eastern Indian delicacies to Western Indian cuisines added to your wedding food menu.

If you are also planning for your wedding, and have not yet selected the food items for your wedding day, then this is the post for you. Here we are sharing with you the latest Indian wedding food menu list, just select the ones that fits in your needs

Here we go………..

BEVERAGES

If you are getting married in a scorching summer, then beverages are MUST HAVE in your wedding. It will keep your guests cool. Here are some of the most refreshing drinks to add to your wedding menu:

  • Iced Tea
  • Gola (Mumbai ki shaan)
  • Aam Panna (Nothing can beat this, it is one of the best and the coolest drinks)
  • Cold Coffee
  • Lassi
  • Sarbat
  • Thandai
  • Nimbu Paani
  • Watermelon Juice
  • Mixed Fruit Juice
  • Orange Juice
  • Pineapple Juice

INDIAN CHAT

– Indian Chaat makes for a good starter in a wedding. Wedding without Indian chat is simply bland, so add few or all items to your wedding

  • Pani Poori
  • Aloo Tikki
  • Dahi Bhalla
  • Mumbai ragda patties
  • Dahi Puri
  • Mini Samosa
  • Cocktail Kachori
  • Dhokla
  • Bhel Puri
  • Dahi Papdi
  • Samosa Chaat
  • Besan Chilla
  • Khakra roll
  • Sev Puri
  • Dahi Vada
  • Sprouts Chaat
  • Kuzhi Paniyaram
  • Sweet Potato Chaat
  • Masala Vadai
  • Bajji
  • Veg Sandwich
  • French Fries
  • Aaloo Chaat
  • Fruit Chaat
  • Aloo Katori Chaat
  • Tokri Chaat
  • Litthi Chokha (From Bihar)
  • Daal Baati (From Rajasthan)

These are the items that your guests would savor before they hit the dance floor. And all these will digest just in half an hour. After that they will love to savor on their favorite main food items.

COURSE RECIPES

STARTERS – MORE IS LESS!

Yes, food in a wedding is something that looks less even if it is more. You need to have some starters as well. So that your guests our guests

COURSE RECIPES, SALAD

COURSE RECIPES, SALAD

– An item that promotes digestion!

  • Sprouted Moong Salad
  • Apple Cucumber Salad
  • Kachumber Salad
  • Sprouted Chana Salad
  • Beetroot and Garlic Salad
  • Cheese & Pineapple Salad
  • Vegetable Salad with Lemony Apple Dressing
  • Fruit Salad
  • Beans Salad
  • Sprouts Salad with Veggies

COURSE RECIPES, SOUPS

COURSE RECIPES, SOUPS

– A wedding without a soup will look somewhat incomplete, which is not wise!

  • Cream of Tomato Soup
  • Mixed Vegetable Clear Soup
  • Drumstick Soup
  • Pepper Mushroom Soup
  • Herbal Soup
  • Makai Shorba or Sweet Corn Soup
  • Lemon and Coriander Soup
  • Tomato Rasam
  • Bottle Gourd and Onion Soup
  • Mulligatawny Soup
  • Palak Shorba or Spinach Soup
  • Hot n Sour Soup

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COURSE RECIPES, SNACKS

COURSE RECIPES, SNACKS

– Snacking toh banti hai…… J J

  • Veg Kebab
  • Oats Kozhukattai
  • Veg Manchurian
  • Idly Manchurian
  • Thenga, Manga, Pattani Sundal
  • Unniappam
  • Coin Parota
  • Chilly Potato
  • Honey Potato
  • Oats Kozhukattai
  • Thalipeeth (Famous Maharashtrian Dish)
  • Cheppankizhangu Chops
  • Paneer Tikka
  • Garlic Mushroom Fried Rice
  • Szechuan Noodles
  • Mushroom Tikka
  • Kanchipuram Idli (From Tamilnadu)
  • Adai Aviyal
  • Sabudhana Kichadi (From Gujarat)
  • Ragi Idiyappam
  • Chilli Parotta
  • Pesarattu with Uppuma (Direct from Andhra Pradesh)
  • Nellore Dosa
  • Neer Dosa
  • Bisi belle bath
  • Vangi bath
  • Semiya Biryani
  • Palak Paneer Pulav
  • Corn Capsicum Pulao
  • Rasam Sadam
  • Bagala bath

COURSE RECIPES, ACCOMPANIMENTS

COURSE RECIPES, ACCOMPANIMENTS

– Accompaniments make snacking easier. Here are some of them

  • Mint Chutney
  • Coriander Chutney
  • Papad
  • Imli Chutney
  • Pickle (Chilli Pickle, Mango Pickle, Mixed Pickle, and Lime Pickle)

COURSE RECIPES, DRY VEGGIES

COURSE RECIPES, DRY VEGGIES

– Food without delicious mouth-watering veggies will be hard to eat!

  • Paneer Capsicum Masala
  • Navratan Korma
  • Paneer Methi Malai
  • Stuffed Bhindi
  • Veg Makhanwala
  • Paneer Methi Malai Matar
  • Paneer Makhani
  • Mixed Veg
  • Baby Corn Capsicum
  • Veg Jalfrezi
  • Shahi paneer
  • Kadai Paneer
  • Jeera Aloo
  • Methi Aloo
  • Aloo Baingan
  • Paneer Achari
  • Matar Paneer
  • Gobhi Musallam
  • Beerakaya Cashew Masala
  • Paneer Korma
  • Gobhi Aloo Matar
  • Kurkuri Bhindi
  • Tawa Bhindi
  • Tandoori Stuffed Sesame Aloo
  • Palak Paneer
  • Aloo Palak
  • Chennai chops
  • Vegetable Bhel (on tawa)
  • Bhindi Masala
  • Stuffed Baingan

COURSE RECIPES, GRAVIES/CURRIES 

COURSE RECIPES, GRAVIES:CURRIES

– Curries simply add to the flavor of your meal. Just have some of the best gravies in your wedding food menu.

  • Malai Kofta
  • Paneer Lababdar
  • Makai Khumb Masala
  • Sarson Ka Saag
  • Mushroom Matar
  • Kashmiri Dum Aloo
  • Amritsari Paneer Tikka
  • Mixed Vegetables Makhani
  • Bhindi Do Pyaza
  • Kadai Panchmel
  • Bagara Baingan
  • Dahiwale Aloo
  • Navrattan Curry
  • Goan Vegetable Curry
  • Khumb Do Pyaza
  • COURSE RECIPES, DAAL – Indian daals are not only tasty, but also very healthy. So, do not leave the health aspect. It is a must!
  • Daal Tadka
  • Daal Makhani
  • Panchratna Daal
  • Rajma
  • Chana Daal
  • Choley
  • Urad Daal

COURSE RECIPES, CHAPATI/FLAT BREAD

COURSE RECIPES, CHAPATI:FLAT BREAD

– There is no fun in having food without the right chapatti/roti in Indian platter. Here are the types of chapati that you can consider adding with the main menu.

  • Puri
  • Green Puri (made of green spinach or other leafy veggie)
  • Naan
  • Butter Naan
  • Missi Roti
  • Tawa Roti or Chapati
  • Phulka
  • Bajra Rotla
  • Laccha Paratha
  • Paratha
  • Parotta
  • Kulcha

COURSE RECIPES, RAITA

COURSE RECIPES, RAITA

– For a complete meal RAITA IS A MUST. Here are some delicious and yummiest raitas that you can add to your menu

  • Pineapple Raita
  • Boondi Raita
  • Mixed Vegetable Raita
  • Cucumber Raita
  • Mint Raita
  • Onion Mint Raita
  • Ginger Mint Raita
  • Cabbage Raita
  • Green Chilli Raita
  • Burani Raita
  • Fruit Raita
  • Pomegranate Raita
  • Masala Raita
  • Pahari Raita
  • Gujarati Raita
  • Plain Curd

DESSERTS

DESSERTS

 – Your guests would love to savor on some desserts after their meal. Here is a list of the most popular Indian to consider adding to your wedding menu.

  • Gulab Jamun
  • Jalebi
  • Kheer
  • Dry Fruits Kheer
  • Kesar Kheer
  • Rasgulla
  • Payasam
  • Ladoo
  • Shrikhand
  • Mango Payasam
  • Gajar Ka Halwa
  • Rasmalai
  • Apple Halwa
  • Pazha Pradhanam
  • Cadbury Roll
  • Ice cream
  • Ghevar
  • Anarkali Roll
  • Mysore Pak
  • Pistachio Praline Parfait
  • Malpua
  • Kulfi
  • Pot Kulfi
  • Roller Kulfi
  • Badam Cassata
  • Qubani ka Meetha
  • Balushahi
  • Bebinca
  • Patishapta with Strawberry Couli
  • Badam Ka Halwa
  • Basundi
  • Faluda Kulfi

PAAN 

PAAN

– YES! Indian Paan is India’s Shaan and your menu should conclude with an Indian Paan. Here are some of the best varieties of paan:

  • Maghai Paan
  • Saada Paan
  • Meetha Paan
  • Misti Paan
  • Banarasi Paan
  • Silver Paan
  • Gold Paan
  • Chocolate Paan
  • Bangla Paan
  • Rasmalai Paan
  • Tambaku Paan
  • Kalkatti Paan
  • Jagannath Paan

To Sum Up…….

So, you can consider this Latest Indian Wedding Food Menu List for your wedding as well. We have tried to include all the popular Indian dishes in the list. You can choose the dishes according to your wedding season and theme. All these dishes in the list are the best ones, most of them are a MUST HAVE WEDDING DISHES, which you cannot ignore for sure!

If you have some other dishes in your mind, do not hesitate to share with us. We would be more than happy to have your comments and feedback. Thank you!

Happy Wedding….. ☺ ☺

1 thought on “Latest Indian Wedding Food Menu Lists

  1. Raman Pal Reply

    Perfect place to design your menu for wedding, Choose all the items according to your taste & guest coming to your party…. Food is always an important part of indian wedding… So just shortlisted items from above menu & share with your Food caterers to give you costing according to your number of guest attending the fucntion

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