During the ten days of Ganesh Chaturthi, the country is immersed with prayers and celebrations in the name of the revered and loved Lord Ganesha. If you are wondering what to prepare for parasdam or serving guests, here are 9 recipes to help you along the way.
Shahi Mukhvas Modak
If you are looking for a unique twist to the regular modak, then this might fit the bill. Adding paan, amla candy, tuti fruiti and fennel seeds takes the taste to a whole new level.
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Apart from modak, the Lord also loves ladoos. A suji ladoo is a great option as it can easily be made with basic kitchen ingredients such as rava, ghee and coconut.
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A quintessential traditional sweet, the coconut barfi is easy to serve and relished by many. The key ingredients, as the name suggests, is coconut along with milk, kohya and ghee.
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If you want something different yet traditional this time around, you can try making the pumpkin barfi. Along with the pumpkin, you will require khoya, ghee, dry fruits, sugar and cardamom.
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A toothsome treat, the carrot halwa is a fail-proof Indian dessert option. It is hard to resist this sweet dish primarily made out of grated carrot, sweetened with sugar and drizzled with dry fruits and coconut.
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everything looks so yummy! 🙂