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As the Ganesh Utsav is here, we are all ready with the pandals decorated, waiting for the Ganesh idols. People are already in the mood to rejoice the colourful festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, singing and dancing all the way with lord Ganesh.
With all the preparations made for the festival, one main thing that remains constant is the sweet dish, modak. Devotees make sure that make different types of modak every time and enjoy the festival. So, here are some exciting modak recipes that you can prepare to satiate your sweet tooth while enjoying different festivities:
* Chana dal modak: It is basically made with rice flour and wheat flour loaded with cooked chana dal and some jaggery mixed with it. Firstly, cook chana dal, take half cup chopped jaggery and one-fourth cup of water in another pan, cook and stir it well so the jaggery melts. Then mix the jaggery syrup with the mashed chana dal and add grated coconut. Boil some water and add the rice flour and keep stirring it for three to four minutes. Mix it with the dough and finish it by making small balls. Steam them in a pan and garnish with the rose petals.
* Chocolate modak: It is the modern twist to the traditional recipe. Chocolate modak is an excellent new addition loved by both kids and adults. To make this, you have to mix 50 ml milk and half a can of condensed milk in a pan over medium heat. As soon as it begins to boil, turn off the heat and add 275 grams of chocolate chips into the pan and keep stirring until all of it melts. Turn on the heat and cook the mixture over a low flame. As soon as it begins to thicken, add one cup of powdered digestive biscuits and stir till it forms a dough. You can also add chopped pistachios to give it a nutty twist. Let the mixture cool, and then start shaping them into modaks. Garnish with chocolate chips and roasted pistachios.
* Mawa modak: The mouth-watering mawa modaks are made of khoya, powdered sugar, dried figs and nutties. Stir khoya and powdered sugar in a pan till it starts to melt. Let it cool for some time and then add the powdered nutties like cashews, almonds, coconut and chopped figs into it. Make its shape with modak mould. Put the small ball in the mould, add stuffing mixture and press it so it seals properly. Open the seal remove and shape them likewise.
* Malai modak: These are prepared with paneer, condensed milk and kesar. Crush the paneer into small pieces and put it in a pan, add condensed milk in it. Keep stirring so that the paneer granules are mashed properly. Cook for 7-8 minutes till it becomes like dough. Then take it out in a plate and let the dough cool down. Grease the mould with ghee and start shaping them. Your modak are ready.
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Author: Akshita Jain
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