Kitty parties are most awaited events in women’s life! It is like they get charged with positive energy and enthusiasm during kitty parties!!

Many a times the menus on such occasions are unhealthy and comprise of fast foods. Fast food is easy to order, easy to serve and filling. But with little planning, the menu can be made such it will add health to fun! 

Let us see if we can combine the dress colour theme with menu theme at Kitty!

When you all gather for a kitty,

You all look very very pretty.

Beautiful makeup and beautiful dresses,

Matching ornaments and matching purses.

Variety of dishes and variety of menus,

May it be your house or some other venues.

After a fun filled day you experience headache & acidity,

Husbands are likely to blame your kitty party!

Ladies, let us have some menu options of healthy food,

Let us be happy, with enthusiasm and cheerful mood.

Option 1:

Rainbow theme;

Red for eyes and yellow for skin,

With tangy taste and some protein in.

Combination 1- Tomato carrot soup + sprout and aloo chat + pumpkin halwa or burfi

Combination 2- Stuffed red, green and yellow pepper with paneer feeling + garden cress laddu.

Combination 3-Tomato rice + blueberry shake/ jamun shake/ back current smoothie.

Option 2:

Green theme;

The colour of health, the colour of nature,

Keeps you fresh and keeps your health better!

Combination 1: – leafy veg paratha + green chutney + coconut paan burfi.

Combination 2: – Harabhara kabab + pista milk.

Combination 3: – Pudina and green moong rice + fresh amla juice.

Option 3:

Pink revolution;

Pink is the colour of charm,

Antioxidants in pink will save you from cancer harm!

Combination 1:  Beet root cutlet + rose faluda or solkadhi.

Combination 2: Beet poories + fresh strawberries or strawberry lassi.

Combination 3:  Beet dahiwada + fresh pomegranate juice.

Option 4:

White is bright;

For good amount of calcium select your white,

Makes your bones strong and your skin tight!

Combination 1: Idli chutney + vanilla milk shake or lassi.

Combination 2:  White dhokla + coconut burfi

Combination 3: Rava upma + almond milk shake or banana-apple milk shake.

Without using any junk food, we can plan such beautiful and nutritious menus. Here are some uncommon recipies:

Recipe 1: Stuffed capsicum:

Ingredients:

  1. Small sized green, red and yellow peppers.
  2. Paneer 200 gm (grated)
  3. Roasted gram flour 2 tsp
  4. Kasoori methi 2 tsp
  5. Garam masala 1 tsp
  6. Hung curds ½ katori
  7. Chilli powder 
  8. Salt to taste
  9. Chaat masala
  10. Oil for shallow frying.

Preparation:

  1. Cut upper part of the peppers, remove all the seeds and keep aside. Do not throw the lead of the pepper.

For stuffing:

  1. Mix all the ingredients properly. 
  2. Stuff the peppers with mixture. 
  3. Shallow fry in frying pan till it gets cooked.

Recipe 2: Pudina and green moong rice

Ingredients: 

  1. Washed and soaked rice 1 cup
  2. Pudina and corriender paste ½ cup
  3. Sprouted green moong ½ cup
  4. Jeera seeds and hing
  5. Ginger chilli paste 1 tsp
  6. Lemon juice 2 tsp
  7. Salt to taste.

Preparation:

  1. Heat oil in pressure cooker.
  2. Add jeera seeds and hing. 
  3. Add pudina-coriander paste and ginger chilli paste.
  4. Saute for 2 min.
  5. Add rice, salt and lemon juice 
  6. Add water and cover.
  7. Cook for 1 whistle. 

Recipe 3: Beet dahiwada

Make normal dahiwada. Add ½ katori of beet puree and add to curds at the time of churning it. A beautiful pink colour gives a different look and taste to regular dahi wada.