7 Sweets To Make This Ganesh Chaturthi

Sep 10, 2021 11:26 IST
Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations have begun, and the excitement is surely in the air! This year, mark your festivities with these yummy delights.
  • 7 Sweets To Make This Ganesh Chaturthi

    Ganesh Chaturthi is an auspicious festival that is observed across the country. This year it will begin on 10th September and end on 19th September. During the 10-day event, Lord Ganesha is adored, and huge pandals are put up across cities. According to Hindu traditions, it is believed that Lord Ganesha enjoyed feasting on sweets, so it goes on without saying that desserts are a huge part of this festival. So, this year, mark Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations with these yummy treats that you can easily make at home!
  • Modak

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    Of course, first on the list had to be the modak! Modaks are Lord Ganesha's, favourite sweet. Dates, almonds, raisins, coconut, poppy seeds, and ghee are used to make this delight! So, begin your celebrations with this treat
  • Shrikhand

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    Shrikhand is a strained yoghurt-based Indian sweet dish popular in Maharashtra and Gujarat. It has chunky nuts and raisins on top and is easy to make.
  • Basundi

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    Basundi, which is said to be a close cousin of rabri, is a flavorful and aromatic delight that is a favourite choice to make for any holiday meal. It is usually served with hot pooris or just plainly enjoyed.
  • Puran Poli

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    Puran Poli is always mentioned when talking about Maharashtrian desserts. Puran Poli is a sweetbread packed with a sweet dal filling that is all about indulgence
  • Coconut Rice

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    This is one of the common offerings to the deity in South India. Coconut rice is a dish prepared by soaking white rice in coconut milk or cooking it with coconut flakes. The delicious treat makes for one of the most loved Bhog items to Lord Ganesha.
  • Sheera

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    Sheera is a sweet dessert made with Rava, ghee, dry fruits, and other ingredients. It has a semi-thick consistency and can be customized to meet your tastes. Some people prefer sheera with pineapple, while others prefer it with banana
  • Two-In-One Phirni

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    This unique phirni has a layer of pasta and another layer infused with rose essence. For the base, combine soaked rice, skimmed milk, and artificial sweetener. Add ground and blanched pistachio to the first layer. After that, add a few drops of rose essence
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