Sangeet is one of the most vibrant and high-on-energy ceremonies of Indian weddings. And with food being an integral part of every Indian wedding celebration, we get to see a lot of interesting delicacies at the sangeet ceremonies as well. What’s more? The innovative titbits that get served at the sangeet functions these days let everyone keep themselves full without leaving the dance floor. So if you too are going to host a sangeet ceremony soon, you must consider these unique and mouth-watering bite-sized food items for the do.
Check out the Interesting Bite-size food items for your sangeet:
1. Cucumber Pinwheels
These fun and colorful roll-ups are for the grown-ups too. These refreshing bites can be served in place of a boring salad and will be loved by everyone. They will be an instant hit, especially if you are having a summer wedding.
2. Quinoa Pizza Balls
These delicious pizza balls are gooey on the inside and super crunchy on the outside. Not only are these mini bites as delicious as a pizza but healthy too. The weight-watchers at your wedding will thank you for these.
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3. Mini Falafel
Lebanese food is gaining popularity in India. It has made its way into the wedding buffet too. Serve these mini chickpea bites on sticks with hummus as a dipping sauce.
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4. Mini Vada Pav Bites
Thèse mini vada pav bites are delicious and also very handy. This tangy little bite will add a desi tadka to your Sangeet and who wouldn’t want that?
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5. Chat Cones
No wedding menu is complete without some delicious chaat. These chaat cones have everything that makes a snack lip-smacking. Just grab one and enjoy.
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6. Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese
Now, you don’t need to sit down if you want to enjoy your soup and grilled cheese sandwich. These super cute cups have super delicious food in them.
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7. Tiny Tacos
Tacos are loved by all. They are crunchy and full of flavors. While it is difficult to eat a regular taco, these tiny tacos can be managed very easily.
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Who would have thought that popcorn would pass as a wedding snack? This is not just your movie snack anymore. Popcorn is fun, tasty and handy. Serve it to your guests and they’ll love it.
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9. Chocolate Chip Pancakes
This mini snack will blow everyone’s mind away. Chocolate chip pancake balls are perfect for some sweet indulgence. From kids to grown-ups, everyone will love these mini pancake balls.
10. Veggie Rolls
Make your Sangeet ceremony more colorful by adding these tasty and light vegetable rolls. The vibrant colours, packed in rice paper sheet will be appreciated by all.
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11. Flatbread Bruschetta
This is an extremely versatile snack. You can change the toppings according to your taste or the availability of vegetables. Just grab and piece and put it in your mouth.
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12. Idli Spoons
Yes, you can serve your favourite South Indian dish as a bite-sized snack. Put different chutneys in soup spoons and serve them with mini idlis.
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13. Stuffed Ravioli
Serve everyone’s beloved Italian main course as a delicious snack. These stuffed raviolis are super crunchy. Serve them with marinara or pesto sauce.
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14. Paneer Lollipops
Move over paneer tikka because paneer Lollipops are here. These lollipops can give the conventional paneer tikka a good fight. Serve something different to your guests.
15. Caprese Sticks
Everybody loves a fresh bite of cheesy goodness. Surprise your guests with these mini servings of everyone’s favourite Caprese salad in the unique style.
These delicious mini snacks will leave a big impression on your guests at Sangeet ceremony. These non-messy food items will keep your guests energized throughout the wedding celebrations. Give these snacks a little chance and have big fun with them!
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