Are you planning to host a vegetarian dinner party at your place for vegetarian guests and looking for a delicious Party Menu to impress your guests? Great! You are at the right place.
Here’s a fully planned simple and easy menu guide for you to plan your dinner party. Most of these recipes can be (partially or fully) made ahead of time.
Drinks & Desserts:
Red kidney beans curry is a very popular curry in Pakistan and is best enjoyed with zeera rice or chapatis and a side of salad, curd and achaar for a filling meal. They are an excellent plant-based source of protein. Try this easiest recipe for a satisfying vegetarian dinner and let me know how it turned out. Click here for the recipe.
Okra or bhindi is cooked in many ways, but this bhindi karahi is a unique and a must try recipe. It is so delicious and easy to make. Include this succulent recipe in your vegetarian dinner menu and give me your feedback. Click here for the recipe.
Try this simple aloo methi dish for your vegetarian dinner party that can be cooked under half an hour! It is a very quick and delicious recipe that requires only a few ingredients and can be easily prepared without any hassle. Click here for the recipe.
Pakoras are irresistible, crispy and delicious snacks. There are many variations of pakoras using different vegetables. In this version of mine I use potatoes, onions and spices to make aloo pyaz lacha pakora. Click here for the recipe.
This delicious and super crispy bhindi recipe is great for starters as well as main course when paired along with daal and boiled rice. Be sure to prepare a big quantity as they disappear in minutes, even the pickiest eaters love this dish. Leave me your feedback in comments if you try this recipe. Click here for the recipe.
Aaloo chana chaat is a popular street food in Pakistan/India. This super delicious chatpata (spicy) salad dish is so easy to make and is everyone’s favourite. It is so filling, packed with healthy ingredients and can be made in only 10 minutes. Click here for the recipe.
This super easy and simple onion salad without any fatty dressing is one of the simplest side salads to accompany almost every dish. It adds a nice crunch to anything. Click here for the recipe.
Traditionally achar is prepared in summer as it is matured by exposing to sun for several days but we rarely have sunny days here in Germany. The best part of this recipe is that you don’t need to put it in the sun for several days that means you don’t need to wait for summer to make achar. With this easy recipe you can make it any time you want. It gets ready under 1 hour and a good thing is that it keeps well up to months when stored in cool and dry place. Click here for the recipe.
This chutney is prepared from fresh mint and coriander leaves, green chilies, ginger, garlic and lemon. Fresh mint not only aids digestion but gives that refreshing aroma to this chutney. Click here for the recipe.
Drinks & Desserts:
Here is a simple recipe of sweet, thick and creamy mango lassi. It’s a wonderful blend of sweet mangoes and yogurt with a touch of cardamom and is one of the best ways to enjoy mangoes! Click here for the recipe.
This simple, tart, and fresh drink is one of the best cooling drinks and is a great way to consume vitamin C. All the ingredients it contains, helps in digestion after a heavy meal. Click here for the recipe.
This milk powder barfi recipe is the easiest one to prepare without any preservatives and artificial flavors and with no compromise on taste. It is super delicious in taste and even a beginner chef can easily prepare it. It will just melt in your mouth. Click here for the recipe.
Here comes the recipe for super easy and super quick sooji ka halwa! Sooji ka halwa when paired with poori and chana make a wonderful breakfast. You can also serve it as a dessert. Follow the recipe and you’ll be enjoying this rich and delicious semolina halwa in just 20 minutes. Click here for the recipe.