This Ganesh Chaturthi satisfy your taste buds with these heavenly and lip-smacking modaks
People get engrossed in preparing Lord Ganesha's favourite sweet dish, 'Modak' as the festival brings in the season of modaks, and people get to relish abundant types of modaks.
Finally, after a year, Ganpati Bappa is here with us again to grace the pandals and our homes. The devotees desperately await the 10-day festival of Ganesh Chaturthi as they get to serve Lord Ganesha with all their hearts. The spirits and enthusiasm of the people are at their peak during this festival and people come from different-different locations to worship Ganesha and take his blessings. But all the festivities are incomplete without the sweets that are served as 'Prasad'. People get engrossed in preparing Lord Ganesha's favourite sweet dish, 'Modak'. People start preparing modaks one day before the festival to offer Lord Ganesha his favourite dish. The festival brings in the season of modaks, and people get to relish abundant types of modaks. Here are some of the modaks that one should not miss to savour this year.
- Ukadiche Modak - This white momo like steamed modak with a filling of grated coconut and jaggery is a must and, almost all the households celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi prepare this Modak.
- Paan Modak - Ever wondered that infusion of sweet meal-ender could happen with modaks? No, right? But, the flavourful paan modaks are so tasteful that you will want to have more of them.
- Chocolate Modak - Well, who doesn't love chocolate and chocolate is the only sweet dish that has been experimented with a lot with other dishes. Chocolate Modak gives a taste of heaven to the lovers of both chocolate and modaks.
- Orange Modak - This is another trending modak that one should try. Orange modak is the best option for all fruit lovers, and it tastes authentic as the makers use the orange pulp. There are modaks available in the market with flavours of different types of fruits.
- Dry Fruit Modak - For all diet conscious people, this is a perfect fit. These modaks are made with a mixture of varieties of dry fruits like cashew, almonds, raisins, pistachios, seedless dates, chiraunji, and many more things are added.
- Fried Modak - This type of Modak is also known as 'Patholi' and is a traditional variety of modak just like Ukadiche modak. The lip-smacking modak is made using wheat flour with a filling of sweet coconut and jaggery. Fried modaks are crispy on the outside and crunchy inside.
So, this festive season, do not miss out on the opportunity to savour all these yummy and lip-smacking modaks.