Category Archives: Ganesh chaturthi recipes

Poha modak recipe – How to make poha/flattened rice modak recipe – Ganesh Chaturthi recipes

Maha Ganapathi, the elephant headed God, is the best known and the most revered God in Hindu religion who is offered prayers first before any other God.   Ga means Buddhi (intellect),Na meansVignana (wisdom) and Pathi means the Lord. Ganapathi means the one who is the Lord of intellect and wisdom.  Lord Ganesha is not just worshiped on this day, but is worshiped first on all occasions as

Modak recipes for Ganesh Chaturthi – Different modak varieties – modak recipes

Maha Ganapathi, the elephant headed God, is the best known and the most revered God in Hindu religion who is offered prayers first before any other God.   Ga means Buddhi (intellect),Na meansVignana (wisdom) and Pathi means the Lord. Ganapathi means the one who is the Lord of intellect and wisdom.  Lord Ganesha is not just worshiped on this day, but is worshiped

Shakkarpara or shankarpali recipe – How to make shakkarpara or shakkarpare recipe – Diwali recipes

Shakkarpara  or shankarpali is a popular sweet snack in Maharashtra and Gujarat.  It is generally made during festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi or Diwali or any special occasions.  Shakarpara or shankarpali is rich in carbohydrates, an instant source of energy.  They are crispy deep fried sweet snack made with all purpose flour (maida), milk, ghee and

Malai modak recipe – How to make malai modak recipe – Modak recipes

Malai modak is a delicious modak made with paneer and condensed milk.  This is also a quick and easy recipe prepared with just 2 ingredients.  Saffron is added to give a nice flavor to the modak.  Tradionally modaks are made with rice flour and coconut jaggery mixture filling and then steamed.  This modak recipe does

Ragi (finger millet) murukku or chakli recipe – How to make ragi murukku/chakli recipe – ragi recipes

Ragi murukku or chakli is a healthy snack made with ragi flour.  Ragi is rich in iron and calcium and has got lot of other health benefits too.  This chakli recipe is also simple and quick to make.  Do try this chakli and give a healthy twist to the usual chaklis made.  It is a

Dry fruits ladoo recipe -How to make dry fruits laddu recipe – no sugar quick ladoo recipe

Dry fruits ladoo is a no sugar, no jaggery ladoo recipe made with dates, ghee and mixed nuts.  The sweetness to this ladoo comes from the dates and moreover it is very healthy too.  Dry fruits ladoos are traditionally prepared during festival days like Diwali, Janmashtami or Shivratri.  It is an ideal dish which can

Semolina or rava modak recipe – How to make rava modak recipe – modak recipes

Semolina modak also called as rava modak is a quick and easy modak recipe made from semolina.  But the filling is the same..made from grated coconut and jaggery.  Only the outer covering is made from semolina.  No need to steam these modaks, as rava is cooked first and then given shape by using the moulds.  Rava

Besan ladoo recipe – How to make besan ladoo with khoya/mawa recipe – Diwali sweets

Besan ladoo is one of the most popular ladoo recipes made by gram flour, ghee and sugar.  It is very commonly prepared during Diwali festivals and special occasions.  Besan ladoo is one sweet dish which can be prepared quickly without much effort.  Traditionally besan ladoo is prepared with lots of ghee.  But I have used

Mathri recipe – How to make crispy mathri recipe – Diwali snacks

Mathri is a very popular North Indian snack made with all purpose flour and semolina.  It is usually served at special occasions or festivals like Diwali or Karwa chauth or at weddings. Carom seeds is added to a give a nice flavour to the mathri.  It can be stored in an airtight containers for weeks

Mixed fruits kesari recipe – How to make fruit kesari recipe – Indian desserts

Mixed fruits kesari is a rich delicious Indian sweet made with rava, fruits, sugar, ghee and nuts.  It is also a very popular South Indian dessert which is not only easy to make but also can be prepared instantly.  Kesari is generally made during festivals and special occasions in South India.  Fresh fruits added to