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One of the most delicious recipes which you can make at home. This can also be made sugar-free.
One of the most popular modak recipe made during Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra made from rice flour.
A crunchy delicious modak, another favorite of Lord Ganesha!
Fine sooji or rava is used to make the outer cover of modak with coconut and jaggery filling. A relatively easier version of Steamed Modak or Ukadiche Modak.
Puran Poli is a flat bread stuffed with a sweet lentil filling made from skinned bengal gram / chana dal and jaggery.
Patholi is a steamed rice roll which are stuffed with fresh coconut and jaggery. What makes these special is the steaming technique, as these rolls are steamed on fresh turmeric leaves.
These are made with desiccated coconut, just a three ingredient recipe and one which does not take a lot of your festivity time.
Almond Halwa, an exotic sweet with a predominant taste and flavor of almonds and only almonds.
Banana Pudding or sheera or halwa, which is the marathi term is an excellent sweet savory.
Carrot Halwa or Gajar Halwa is one of the most popular recipes of India. A classic Indian dessert that goes with any celebrative season.
Rice Payasam or Rice Kheer, a traditional dish called as dhanvin kheer.