Ganesh Chathurthi, a 10 day long celebrations to honour the birth of Lord Ganesha is a popular festival all over the country! For foodies like us, it is a well-constructed excuse to indulge our self in some amazing dishes. Let’s jump straight to desserts because Ganesh Chathurthi is all about a bit of extra sugar! So, we bring three main traditional recipes that are usually prepared to celebrate Lord Vinayaka’s birth from Chef Shri Bala.
PEANUT SESAME SEED MOTHAK
Using peanuts, jaggery and sesame seeds as the main ingredients, this Peanut Sesame Seed Modak is a traditional dish that is essential for your Vinayaka Chathurthi celebrations! Treat your family to this simple yet delicious dish on this auspicious day.
URAD DAAL MODAK
A Vinayaka Chathurthi special, Urad Dal Modak is made especially on this day to celebrate Lord Ganesha’s birthday! So, make this festive day all the more special with this easy-to-make Urad Dal modak!
This Vinayaka Chathurthi, treat yourself to a healthy snack instead of the usual sweets. Vegetable Modak is stuffed with various vegetables like cabbage, beans, carrot, etc. So, get cooking and enjoy this festive day with this delicious treat!
COCONUT JAGGERY MODAK
Make your Vinayaka Chathurthi sweeter with this delicious Coconut Jaggery Modak from Chef Sri Bala! This traditional Indian sweet is made using only Rice flour, Jaggery, Coconut, Ghee and Cardamom. Super easy to make, this recipe is guaranteed to add a little sweetness to your life!