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Ganesh Chaturthi 2019: 5 types of Modak to try out this festive season

class=”entry-content clearfix single-post-content”> Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated all over from September 2, 2019. It is one of the most loved and awaited festivals in India that is loved by all.  The ten-day-long reverie is packed with fun and frolic. But as you know festivals in the country is incomplete with some special delectable sweets. What better than… Read More »

mango modak recipe, how to make mango modak

class=”tasty-pins-hidden-image-container” style=”display:none;”> Mango modak recipe with step by step photos. Mango modak is a variation of modak recipes made with khoya or mawa. These modaks are prepared with fresh mango pulp, khoya (evaporated milk solids), sugar and flavored with cardamom powder. These modaks are delicious, rich, melt in the mouth and with a lovely taste of mangoes. I am… Read More »

Quick Mawa Modak in 25 Minutes – Dassana Amit Recipes

class=”tasty-pins-hidden-image-container” style=”display:none;”> Mawa modak recipe with step by step photos – These tasty modaks are made with minimal ingredients which is mawa/khoya (evaporated milk solids), sugar and cardamom powder. Also you can make this sweet in less than 30 mins. since its Ganesh Chaturthi today thought of sharing mawa modak recipe. During Ganesh Chaturthi mainly Modak (steamed modak)… Read More »

sweet kozhukattai recipe | chana dal modak recipe – Dassana Amit Recipes

class=”tasty-pins-hidden-image-container” style=”display:none;”> Sweet kozhukattai recipe with step by step photos – South Indian recipe variation of modaks stuffed with a filling of chana dal, coconut and jaggery. I have also shared the traditional Kozhukattai recipe made with coconut and jaggery. I had prepared these chana dal modaks some days back and so thought of sharing the recipe. The process… Read More »

Rava Modak | Easy Semolina Modak

class=”tasty-pins-hidden-image-container” style=”display:none;”> Rava modak is a variation of modak made with semolina or sooji. I recently made this sweet and thought of sharing the recipe with you. The traditional version is made with rice flour and stuffed with coconut and jaggery filling. I have already shared the traditional Maharashtrian recipe of Modak (Ukadiche Modak) and a Fried Modak. In… Read More »