About Beetroot Modak Recipe: Lord Ganesha's favourite Indian sweet now with the goodness of beetroot, this modak recipe is just the perfect one to prepare at home for the Ganesh chaturthi festivities.
About Modak Recipe: The ever favourite sweet of Lord Ganesha, Modak is an Indian sweet dumpling. The sweet filling inside consists of coconut and jaggery with outer layer of Rice flour. Modak holds a special ...
About Modak Recipe | Modakam Recipe: Lord Ganesha's favourite, modak sweet is a flour dumpling stuffed with coconut, jaggery, nutmeg and saffron. Here is a steamed modak recipe, also known as 'ukdiche modak', however there ...
Ganesh Chaturthi Recipe: We bring you a quick and easy recipe of traditional rice modak, which you find at sweet shops and temple during this festive season.
Ganesh Chaturthi Recipe: What makes this Aloo Kachori recipe unique is the usage of atta, instead of maida, to knead the dough.
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with the most fanfare in the western state of Maharashtra. The unique festive dishes associated with Vinayak Chaturthi include puran poli and a breakfast dish called ghavan.
Ganesh Chaturthi begins today. Follow this simple recipe by Being Marathi Recipes to make sheera to offer to Lord Ganesha in prasad. Other prasad offerings include modaks, fruits etc.
Modak Recipe: Chocolate modak has become a sensation over the years, and we were surprised to know how easy it is to out together.
Looking for Ganesh Chaturthi Recipes? It is said that Lord Ganesh's favourite sweet was the Ukadee che Modak. Try making this sweet treat at home.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2019: There are a number of different versions of modaks that are available during the festival period and the most popular one is the steamed modaks or ukadiche modak.
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated as a homecoming of Lord Ganesha in the Hindu month of 'Bhadra'. It is a ten day long reverie packed with food and we've got you the best of Ganesh Chaturthi ...
We have a list of six simple traditional Ganesh Chaturthi recipes that are sure to be a delight this festive season.