Modak is that sweet recipe that is unique to Ganesh Chaturthi festival. Here are 9 interesting variations in Modak recipe.
Whenever we think of Ganesh Chaturthi, Modak comes to our mind. Even the stories of Ganesha are filled with modaks mostly. In spite of being the most common sweet, every locality follow their own style of preparing modaks. Our awesome food authors have done exactly the same thing – prepared many modak variations for our audience exclusively! Below are 9 such ideas to try.
Mawa & meva modak recipe
This mawa modak rich with dry fruits is sure to melt in your mouth. Try this modak recipe to please those khoya fans!
Please click here for recipe link -> Mawa & Meva Modak
Steamed modak recipe
This steamed modak recipe turns out to be super soft and looks similar to the famous momos. These modaks look so inviting and authentic to offer Lord Ganesha!
Please click here for recipe link -> Modak (Ukadiche Modak or Steamed Modak)
Milk powder modak recipe
This modak recipe is a creative one that makes use of milk and cream! Try this variation and your kids are going to love it.
Please click here for recipe link -> Milk Powder Modak
Boondi modak recipe
This modak recipe shows a unique way of using boondi. Sweet boondi is just not limited to making the famous boondi laddo, but you can even make modaks!
Please click here for recipe link -> Boondi Modak
Sweet momos modak recipe
These sweet momos that are modak shaped are the most authentic ones used for prashad in maharashtra. The coconut and jaggery stuffing gives it a great flavor to binge on!
Please click here for recipe link -> Modak ( Sweet Momos)
Dry fruit modak recipe
This modak recipe is loaded with dry fruits and nuts and is delicious yet nutritious. This is a north Indian special sweet that is served in many festivals, along with Ganesh Chaturthi.
Please click here for recipe link -> Dry Nuts Modak in 10 minutes
Mava modak recipe
This mava modak is an instant sweet recipe that is famous in Maharashtra. Adding dry coconut powder enhances this modak’s texture and flavor.
Please click here for recipe link -> Mava Modak
Ukadiche modak recipe
This is another variation to the famous steamed modak recipe. This recipe calls for sesame seeds, poppy seeds and a hint of nutmeg that gives a distinct aroma.
Please click here for recipe link -> Ukadiche Modak / Steamed Modak
Amba baklava modak recipe
Amba baklava modak is a mango flavored modak that is again a traditional Maharashtrain sweet recipe. The mango puree and orange zest make this modak stand out.
Please click here for recipe link -> Amba Baklava Modak
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