A Three-Course Dinner Menu To Celebrate Women’s Day
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International Women’s Day will be celebrated on Tuesday, the 8th of March, this year and we know you must be busy preparing to make it special for all the phenomenal women in your life. The day is a marker to ensure gender equality and a lot of men and women have shed their blood and sweat for the same. Making women’s lives better is a cause that most of us work towards and Women’s Day is one way to celebrate the important landmarks in the same field. With each passing year, women around us are proving themselves by standing up against patriarchy and excelling in their respective fields. This indomitable spirit is so high that women around us often forget to make themselves feel special. And with Women’s Day less than a week away, we should try our best to make the women around us feel special. And what’s better than food when it comes to celebrations? So, to make this Women’s Day special, here is a three-course dinner menu.


• Paneer/Chicken Popcorn

When it comes to mindless munching, paneer or chicken popcorn comes to our rescue in no time. The crunchy delights paired with a condiment and some generous seasonings can make anyone drool.

• Crispy Aloo Tikki

The OG Indian street food, aloo tikki has kept us hooked to it for ages now. Paired with some flavourful condiments, aloo tikki is all things crunchy and tasty. Bring the streets of Delhi home with this aloo tikki chaat recipe and let us know how you liked it.

Main Course:

• Roomali Roti

An ultra-thin and filling flatbread from India, roomali roti has been one of the best options to pair with kebabs and curries for ages. Try this roomali roti recipe at home and surprise your family and friends with your skills.

• Seekh Kabab

The succulent, tender and melt-in-the-mouth seekh kebabs that have tugged at our heartstrings for ages are a great addition to your main course menu. The Mughlai delights have been a favourite and will surely make you drool.

• Mutton Korma

A decadent, juicy, flavourful and aromatic curry, mutton korma is one of the best dishes to pair with roomali roti. Try this mutton korma recipe and add it to your Women’s Day menu.


• Gajar Ka Halwa

As we are bidding adieu to winters, there is no better time to enjoy a bowl of warm and comforting gajar ka halwa. Top it with some ghee and relish!

• Strawberry Mousse

Filled with the goodness of strawberries, this smooth and delicious mousse recipe is perfect to end your dinner on a sweet note.

We hope you celebrate Women’s Day with this delectable and lip-smacking three-course menu. We wish all the women out there a very happy and delightful Women’s Day.