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A Healthy Wedding Menu That Your Diet Conscious Guests Will Love

Food forms an essential part of every Indian wedding. The food served in Indian weddings is quite sumptuous and grand. However, people nowadays have become extremely health-conscious. They no longer prefer gorging on dishes laden with oil even if it’s for a single day. Result? The guests end up returning home empty stomach. Apart from this being an embarrassment, what is of grave concern is the enormous loss not only of food but of your hard earned money as well! Mulling over regarding how to avoid this mishap? Include some healthy food in the wedding menu. Plan the menu to include food items that are not only healthy but satiate the taste buds of those invitees who are on a diet as well. Check out some such food options below.

Salad Bar


In case you harbor the notion that salads don’t have any significant role to play in Indian weddings, we would urge you to hold your thoughts and eliminate them right away as your ‘out-of-the-boxmenu starts with salads itself. For people following a strict diet regimen, setting up a salad bar comprising of numerous exotic fruits and veggies would be an excellent option.

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Live counters give you the liberty to make your own food. The amount of oil, seasonings and herbs you want in your food would be solely added based on your preference as you would be the creator of your own dish.

Scrumptious and Healthy Food Items from Variegated Cuisines

Every cuisine has some food items that are healthy and fresh. Here, we present to you some nutritious and tasty dishes from divergent cuisines that one can include in their wedding menu.


chinese food

  • Starters such as lettuce wraps.
  • Some kind of a vegetable soup.
  • Sauteed or steamed vegetables to go with steamed rice.
  • Steamed chicken/fish with copious vegetables such as mushrooms and tofu.

Indian Cuisines

indian cuisines

  • Keep raitas instead of dals.
  • Tomato soup without any cream.
  • Green salads.
  • Tandoori roti and phulkas.
  • An assortment of kebabs, preferably vegetarian such as baby corn, mushroom, paneer, tandoori cauliflower,
    and broccoli.


maharashtrian food

  • Plain rice.
  • Patal bhaji.
  • Varan.
  • Koshimbir.

South Indian

south indian food

  • Steamed fish.
  • Steamed idlis.
  • Oil-free uttapam.
  • Grilled fish.
  • Oil-free dosas.


japanese food

  • Grilled chicken.
  • Miso soup.
  • Steamed rice.
  • Seaweed salad.
  • Grilled fish.
  • Sushi.


Mexican food

  • Soup.
  • Chopped vegetables.
  • Salad.
  • Fajitas or Burritos.


thai food

  • Rice with Thai curry.
  • Sauteed or steamed vegetables.
  • Tom Yam soup.
  • Steamed chicken.
  • Raw mango and papaya salad.
  • Steamed fish.


Italian food

  • Whole-wheat pizza of thin crust with vegetable toppings. Avoid cheese.
  • Whole-wheat pasta with a good deal of vegetables tossed in tomato sauce. Avoid cheese.
  • Minestrone soup.


delis food

  • Whole-wheat pizza with a large number of vegetables.
  • Sandwiches made of whole-wheat bread.
  • Tossed salad with Italian or French dressing.

Go by these food options in your wedding menu and be assured to find your guests polishing the dishes off their plates! Hope this article helps in keeping your jitters at bay.


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