5 Healthy Modak Recipes For Ganesh Chaturthi Festival

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By Amarjeet Singh on 10 Sep 2021 |
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5 Healthy Modak Recipes For Ganesh Chaturthi Festival

Unquestionably, Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the greatest festivals celebrated in India. Furthermore, as the festivities around the corner, there is without a doubt excitement among everybody! Since, immense pandals and statues of Lord Ganesha have been set up across the city. This year the festival will start from 10th September, 2021 and would end on 19th September 2021.

Furthermore, as we begin planning for this festival, we definitely can't miss out the delicious modaks. While modaks are a major part of Ganesh Chaturthi festivities, because it is offered to the Lord Ganesh as bhog and served to devotees as Prasad since it is accepted to be the most favorite of Lord Ganesha. But, a few of us may avoid eating them because of the sugar content.

Yet, did you know that you can generally make a lower-calorie and healthier version of Modak, as well?! A healthier form of modaks may sound some different, yet trust us, when you will try to make these healthy recipes, you will definitely love & enjoy them! Thus, try to make below mentioned these flavorful and healthy modaks to mark the celebration this year!

Mouthwatering Healthy Modak Recipes For Ganesh Chaturthi

1. Ukadiche Modak
It is one of the most famous and healthy Modak recipes made during the time of Ganesh Chaturthi celebration. This is a Maharashtrian Modak recipe which is prepared using rice flour. It’s additionally called as Ukadiche Modak where the modaks are steamed. For the extra delicious flavor you can add it some cashew nuts, almonds, and cardamom powder.

2. Anjeer Modak
Anjeer or dried figs are well-known to be loaded with powerful nutrients and when added with some other dry fruits can make amazing lip-smacking Modaks. For this, you need to add Anjeer in a pan and permit it to cook for a few minutes. After that, add jaggery, cardamom powder and dry fruit (if necessary) and blend till it forms a thick combination. Fill the Modak form for yummy and healthy Anjeer Modaks.

3. Dates Modak
To make this healthy recipe, you need to take a cup of seedless dates and coarsely granulate it in a grinder. After that, add a teaspoon of Desi ghee in a pan and add the dates. Cook it for 5-10 minutes, then cool and fill a mould with the mixture. You can also add some dry fruits like raisins, almonds, and cashew for taste.

4. Dry Fruits Modak
If you are not like dates or don't want to eat Anjeer, then, at that point you can make dry fruits modaks which contains pista, almonds, cashew nuts, grated dry coconut and walnuts. Add ¼ cup of every one of these dry fruits add some jaggery and cook till the blend comes close. Now, add the blend into modak mould and serve.

5. Coconut Modak
Coconut Modak is one of the most popular healthy Modak recipes. Instead of utilizing rice flour covering for coconut filling, you can utilize a mould to fill coconut, jaggery and cardamom filling. To additional increase the taste of this easy recipes, you can add some dry fruits like kishmish, kaju, and badam, which also adds to the more flavor.

So make yourselves and Lord Ganesh with some really tasty, healthy modaks this Ganesh Chaturthi festival and we are certain you wouldn't think regret about it. Happy & Blessed Ganesh Chaturthi!

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