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5 Ganesh Chaturthi-Special Recipes To Mark The Festival

Ganesh Chaturthi is here and people around the country are gearing up to celebrate. Here we have some recipes that you can make on Ganesh Chaturthi
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  • 5 Ganesh Chaturthi-Special Recipes To Mark The Festival

    One of the most extensively observed festivities on the subcontinent, Ganesh Chaturthi, is here! Our houses are decked with decorations, modaks are being made and so much more. We all are super excited to welcome Lord Ganesh to our houses! While we all have our own ways of celebrating this festival, the one thing which stays common throughout all households is food. Today, we bring you some delicious recipes that can be made on Ganesh Chaturthi.
  • Modak

    Click here for recipe One of Ganpati's most beloved desserts is regarded to be the delectable modaks (sweet dumplings). Because of his love for modak, he is referred to in the scriptures as Modakpriya. As a result, on the first day of Ganesh Chaturthi, worshippers usually give him a modak bhog.
  • Aloo Kachori

    Click here for recipe You may be familiar with kachori, but there is a twist this time. A healthy alternative to maida is atta, which you can use guilt-free. So, if you are in the mood for a crispy treat, try these aloo kachoris.
  • Aamti Dal

    Click here for recipe This dal is prepared in the Maharashtrian way using yellow gram dal. It has some delicious flavours and a hint of sourness. It's a simple yet delicious lunch that's ideal for a special day.
  • Satori

    Click here for recipe One of the most special festival dishes in Maharashtra is satori. This is a sweet flatbread. It is a delicious treat made from khoya or mawa, ghee, besan, and milk.
  • Banana Sheera

    One of the typical sweet treats offered to Lord Ganesh is the simple-to-make banana sheera. The melt-in-your-mouth sooji ka halwa is comparable to the sheera, which is made of mashed bananas, semolina, and sugar.
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