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A Modak is very popular in Eastern, Western and Southern India. Modaks are very important part of worshipping Ganesha(Hindu God). During the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, twenty one Modaks are offered to the deity after the puja(prayer). For more info about Modaks visit>>>MODAKS

This Ganesh Chaturthi, we have assembled 10 different recipes for Modaks. We are sure you will like them.

  1. Ukadiche Modak
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Photo Courtesy: ehookcrook

Ukadiche modak is very popular in Maharashtra. This sweet dumpling can be steamed or fried. The meaning of Ukadiche in Marathi is “Steamed.” The filling of the Modak is done with jaggery and coconut and its cover is prepared from Rice flour.

Here is the recipe>>>Ukadiche Modak

  1. Fried Modak


Fried Modak is a crispy variant of modak. The outer covering of the modak is crispy and its interior is soft. The filling that is done inside remains the same. The only change is the recipe for outer cover.

Here is the recipe>>>Fried Modak

  1. Amrit Modak


Amrit Modak is believed to be the favorite food of lord Ganesha. The pistachio-stuffed modaks add colours to festivities.

Here is the recipe>>>Amrit Modak

  1. Chocolate Modak


Chocolate Modak is a tasty sweet that is everyone’s favorite. Although, Modak is a Ganesh Chaturthi recipe but Chocolate Modak is a treat for anytime.

Here is the recipe>>>Chocolate Modak

  1. Shrikhand Modak


Easy to make, these delectable modaks will certainly tempt the lord!

Here is the recipe>>>Shrikhand Modak

  1. Choco-Coconut Modak
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Photo Courtesy: zeesangam

A yummy variation of traditional modaks, Choco Coconut Modak is different from traditional Modaks and is choco-nutty.

Here is the recipe>>>Choco-Coconut Modak

  1. Mawa Modak
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Photo Courtesy: madhurrecipe

Different kinds of Mawa Modaks are made during Ganpati utsav.

Here is the recipe>>>Mawa Modak

  1. Kanakeche Ukadiche Modak
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Photo Courtesy: mid-day

Ukadiche modak is a popular Maharashtrian delicacy and is made in every Maharashtrian family for Ganesh Chaturthi.

Here is the recipe>>>Kanakeche Ukadiche Modak

  1. Khoya Modak
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Khoya Modak is a rich Ganesh Chaturthi recipe that is very easy to make.

Here is the recipe>>>Khoya Modak

  1. Cheesy Potato Modak
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Delicious and unique Cheesy Potato Modak!!!

Here is the recipe>>>Cheesy Potato Modak

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