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Thursday, August 24, 2017

Ganesh Chaturthi recipes - Ukadiche Modak recipe - Steamed Modak - Fried Modak recipe

Ganesh Chaturthi recipes - As Ganesh Chaturthi is fast approaching, I have compiled few recipes which are usually done during Ganesh Chaturthi. During this festival, Lord Ganesha is offered with several traditional sweets and savory snacks. Among them very popular sweet and naivedyam is modak. 

There are several varieties of modak like ukadiche modak, fried modak, baked modak, khawa modak, chocolate modak, dry fruit modak etc. Besides this, variety of laddus, karanji, puran poli, varieties of kheer or payasa, savory snacks like chakli, kodubale etc. are also prepared to offer as naivedyam to Lord Ganesh. 

Recipes you may like
Ukadiche Modak recipe - Ukadiche modak is one of the most popular modaks and can be prepared either by using mould or by hand. This is a steamed rice flour dumpling stuffed with coconut and jaggery mixture or coconut and sugar mixture. This mixture is flavoured with cardamom powder. There can be several varieties of fillings according to individual taste such as dry fruit mixture, khawa sugar mixture, chocolate mixture, mango khawa or mawa mixture etc. 

Hand made Ukadiche Modak recipe - When modak mould is not available, ukadiche modak can be prepared by hand. The method of preparation is similar to modak made by mould.

Fried Modak recipe - Fried modak is a very popular naivedyam to Lord Ganesha and prepared in almost every house hold during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Maharashtra. This is usually made by using refined flour or maida. However it can also be prepared by using wheat flour. The  filling is usually made out of coconut and jaggery mixture. 

2 comments:

  1. Love all types of modaks. Simply superb. Checked all modak recipes, Everything explained neatly, presented very well with step by photos

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  2. Nice collection of modaks

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