Ganesh Chaturthi Recipes

Andhra Style Pappulo Undrallu Recipe

Andhra Style Pappulo Undrallu Recipe

Friday, 30 December 2016 00:21

Pappulo Undrallu Recipe is a popular recipe cooked in the Andhra households during the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Undrallu means rice flour dumplings in Telugu, and it is cooked in a moong dal sweetened with jaggery. It is nothing but plain modaks dunked in a moong dal payasam / kheer. Serve the Pappulo Undrallu Recipe, along with Spicy Sweet Corn & Oat Fritters Recipe as a part of festive lunch or Andhra meals. Here are a few more festive recipes to try Satori Recipe (Maharashtrian Mawa Flat Bread) Appe Payasa Recipe Microwave Oats Milk Halwa Recipe Maharashtrian Gavachi Kheer Recipe (Whole Cracked Wheat Pudding)
Karjikai (Karnataka Style Deep Fried Sweet Pastry Recipe)

Karjikai (Karnataka Style Deep Fried Sweet Pastry Recipe)

Sunday, 06 November 2016 00:24

Karijikai/Karanji is a deep fried pastry filled with sweet filling. If you are wondering as what Gujiya is, well, it is similar to Karanji and referred as Gujiya in northern parts of India while it is called karanji in the southern part of India. Karjikai is deep fried crescent shaped pastry sheets prepared with all-purpose flour/wheat flour and filled with sweet stuffing prepared using jaggery, dal, and coconut. The filling can be prepared according to your culinary imagination and gastronomical preferences. Karjikai (Karnataka Style Deep Fried Sweet Pastry Recipe) are prepared during the festive time as an offering to God (Naivedyam) along with other festive recipes and later distributed to kith and kin. Here are a few more festive recipes for you to try Kaju Pista Roll Recipe (Cashew Nut Pistachio Fudge) Chak-Hao Amubi Recipe (Black Rice Pudding) Kesar Elaichi Shrikand Recipe Dry Fruits Suzhiyam (Boorelu) With Black Rice Recipe
Jackfruit Seed Modak Recipe

Jackfruit Seed Modak Recipe

Sunday, 25 September 2016 00:22

Cooked Jackfruit seeds is combined with palm sugar and cardamom powder and made as a modak stuffing. It is then stuffed in the riceflour dough and steamed in dried biodegradable leaves (thonnai leaves) to get a flavourful “Jackfruit seed modak”. Jackfruit seeds can be used in various dishes. Jackfruit seeds have a lot of nutrients which helps in comforting from indigestion, high in protein etc. The taste of this is almost similar to channa dal (Bengal gram) pooranam. I mainly use this as it takes less time compared to some of the other pooranams. I use palm sugar mainly due to its health benefits and also the powdered version does not require us to spend time in diluting in hot water and removing the impurities. This would save some time and for beginners it is quite easy as they might at time skip the exact texture of jaggery water which is traditionally used for modak. Serve Jackfruit Seed Modak on festivals or as a dessert after your festive meal of Puri and Aloo Dum. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Modak recipes such as Motichoor Modak Recipe Chocolate Modak Recipe Apple Cinnamon Modak Recipe  
Karigadubu – Karnataka Style Karanji recipe

Karigadubu – Karnataka Style Karanji recipe

Friday, 16 September 2016 00:09

Karigadubu is a traditional sweet from Karnataka also called Karanji which is stuffed pastry that has fried grams and desiccated coconut filling and are deep fried. Karigadubu is a traditional sweet during Ganesha Festival. Karigadubu is a fried filled pastry with desiccated coconut and fried gram stuffing. Serve Karigadubu – Karnataka Style Karanji recipe as an evening snack or as a dessert during Karnataka Style Festive meal. Here are few more Festive recipes, if this recipe interested you Badam & Besan Ladoo Recipe Avocado Ada Pradhaman Recipe (With Vegan Option) Dry Fruits Suzhiyam (Boorelu) With Black Rice Recipe Baked Modak and Karanji Recipe
Traditional Steamed Modak Recipe (Ukadiche Modak With Rice flour)

Traditional Steamed Modak Recipe (Ukadiche Modak With Rice flour)

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 00:01

Traditional Steamed Modak Recipe is Ukadiche Modak recipe with coating made With Rice flour. Ukadiche Modak is one of the many varieties of modak which are offered to Ganesh as Naivedyam on Ganesh Chaturthi festival. Modak is very popular in Maharashtra, India. The sweet filling inside modak is made of fresh grated coconut and jaggery, while the soft shell/coating is made from rice flour. Serve Traditional Steamed Modak Recipe (Ukadiche Modak With Rice flour) alongside Poori and Aloo Methi Masala Recipe or Vatana Usal Recipe for festive breakfast. If you like this recipe, explore more modak recipes here Apple Cinnamon Modak Recipe Baked Modak and Karanji Recipe Motichoor Modak Recipe Chocolate Modak Recipe
Ammini Kozhukattai (Rice Flour Dumplings) Recipe

Ammini Kozhukattai (Rice Flour Dumplings) Recipe

Saturday, 03 September 2016 00:37

Ammini Kozhukattai are ideally rice flour dumplings that are steamed, cooked and later tossed in a tempering for additional flavors. Very little oil is used in its preparation, hence it makes for a healthy and light snack.They can be made both sweet or spicy depending on your preference. You can serve the Ammini Kozhukattai as a snack during Ganesh Chaturthi.   Other recipes you can try during Ganesh Chaturthi Chocolate Modak Recipe Churma Ladoo Recipe Baked Modak and Karanji Recipe
Apple Cinnamon Modak Recipe

Apple Cinnamon Modak Recipe

Saturday, 03 September 2016 00:00

This Ganesh Chaturthi lets give a delicious twist to the regular modaks with these Apple Cinnamon Modaks. So reminiscent of an apple pie because of its apple cinnamon filling yet maintaining the classic shape and feel of a modak.  This Apple Cinnamon Modak recipe is sure to be a hit among all your guests this festive season! These modaks can also be served as a side dish with your dinner meals. You may also like these festive recipes Chocolate Modak Recipe Baked Modak and Karanji Recipe Sonth Ke Ladoo Recipe Coconut Ladoo with Pistachios Recipe  

Menu Idea To Make This Ganesha Chaturthi Weekend Interesting

Friday, 02 September 2016 13:30

Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival celebrated nationwide with a prominent and glorious celebration in Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu & Gujarat. Ganesh Chaturthi is an occasion which was made popular during the Maratha Peshwa rule in Maharashtra. During Chatrapati Shivaji’s regime and later by freedom fighter Balagangadhar Tilak, Ganesh Chaturthi was used in disguise to focus Indians towards “Swaraj”.
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6 Delicious Modak Recipe You Can Try On Ganesh Chaturthi

Friday, 02 September 2016 00:44

Ganesh Chaturthi is widely celebrated in Maharashtra and as the festival is arriving soon, the market will be filled with a famous sweet dish called Modak. Modak is a dumpling sweet dish which is filled with some flavoured stuffing and it is said to be Lord Ganesha’s favourite sweet. There is a short story behind the connection between Modaks and Lord Ganesha.
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Motichoor Modak Recipe

Motichoor Modak Recipe

Thursday, 01 September 2016 00:03

Modak is very popular sweet dish which is prepared especially during the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. There are many variations of Modak, but this one is made using the sweet boondi. Try this at your home and we are sure you will love every bit of it. Serve Motichoor Modak as a religious offering during the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival or as a sweet dish after your meal of Achari Masala Puri and Aloo Dum. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Modak recipes such as Chocolate Modak Recipe Baked Modak and Karanji Recipe Manda Pitha Recipe  
Baked Modak and Karanji Recipe

Baked Modak and Karanji Recipe

Thursday, 25 August 2016 00:39

Since Ganesh Chaturthi is coming closer, few of the health freaks like me must be wondering, how to prepare some healthy snacks. So here is the tried and tested recipe of baked modak and karanji. These are healthy and tasty at the same time. So this festival try these snacks and we are sure you will love it. Serve Baked Modak and Karanji along with some snacks such as Moong Dal Mini Samosas and Chana Chaat to your guests or family members. If you like this recipe, you can also try other sweet recipes such as Microwave Carrot Rava Laddoo Recipe Milk Kesari Recipe Goan Sweet Khatkhati Recipe  
Chettinad Style Uppu Mani Kozhukattai Recipe (Kara Pidi Kozhukattai/ Savory Rice Flour Dumplings)

Chettinad Style Uppu Mani Kozhukattai Recipe (Kara Pidi Kozhukattai/ Savory Rice Flour Dumplings)

Tuesday, 16 August 2016 00:31

The Chettinad Style Uppu Mani Kozhukattai Recipe is a traditional south indian rice flour based dumpling that is made during festivals especially Ganesh Chaturthi. A rice flour porridge is made, which is then shaped and seasoned with mustard, asafoetida and curry leaves. Serve the Chettinad Style Uppu Mani Kozhukattai Recipe for festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and make the festival really special for your family. If you are looking to make Kozhukattai for festivals then you must try these classic recipes. Kara Vegetable Pidi Kozhukattai Recipe  Thengai Poornam and Ulutham Poornam Kozhukattai Recipe Kuthiraivali Upma Kozhukattai Recipe Kerala Brown Rice Kozhukattai Recipe Kothamalli Kozhukattai Recipe
Ammani Kozhukkattai Recipe

Ammani Kozhukkattai Recipe

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 00:17

Ammani Kozhukattai is a popular south Indian recipe which is usually made with Kozhukattai (modak) dough which is left after making the sweet modaks on festival days especially on Ganesh Chathurthi. Serve Ammani Kozhukattai with South Indian Coconut Chutney and Masala chai. If you like this recipe, you can also try Vegetable Chops  Paneer Palak Roll Goan Style Kulkuls Recipe Parmesan Corn Chili Fries Recipe
Whole Wheat Sonth Ke Ladoo Recipe

Whole Wheat Sonth Ke Ladoo Recipe

Sunday, 06 March 2016 00:37

Sweets can be indulgent and healthy at the same time. That is the best part of some Indian sweets and Whole Wheat Sonth Ke Ladoo falls under that category. Made from dry ginger powder(sonth), whole wheat vivatta, mastic gum(gond), desi ghee(clarified butter), jaggery, nuts and dried coconut, these ladoos are packed with flavours and nutrients. Whole Wheat Sonth Ke Ladoos are usually made and eaten during the winter season to provide warmth to the body. You can also try:  Besan Ladoo Rava Ladoo Churma Ladoo.  
Bengali Sita Bhog Recipe

Bengali Sita Bhog Recipe

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 00:41

The Bengali Sita Bhog is a delectable rice dish that is sweet and packed with flavors along with mini jamoons in the rice. Bengali Cuisine, like its delectable variants of food, boasts of a rich sweet tradition. The Bengali Sita Bhog sweet is a lesser known of the sweets which has remain hidden from the national limelight but are a rage within its territorial boundaries.  Serve the Bengali Sita Bhog along with Mishti Doi as desserts after a meal of Bengali Luchi and Aloo Parwal Sabzi.
Kara Vegetable Pidi Kozhukattai (Savory Spicy Vegetable Modak)

Kara Vegetable Pidi Kozhukattai (Savory Spicy Vegetable Modak)

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 00:04

The Kara Vegetable Pidi Kozhukattai is a twist to the savory version of the traditional kozhukattai that is made for Ganesh Chaturthi. Adding vegetables to the Kozhukattai makes it even more nutritious and delicious too. Serve the Kara Kozhukattai warm as it is or along with a spicy chutney or sauce of our choice. If you are looking for more snack recipes, here they are Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe (Namak Para) Dahi Gujiya Recipe Eggless Thandai Cookies Recipe Stuffed Dahi Vada Recipe
Besan Oats Ladoo Recipe

Besan Oats Ladoo Recipe

Saturday, 19 September 2015 00:47

Besan Oats Ladoo Recipe is a healthy twist on the popular festival favourite - Besan Ladoo. Packed with the goodness of oats, they are relatively more nutritious than regular ladoos and are delicious too. Serve this on any of the upcoming festivals or pack it in your child’s snack box too. They are easy to make, use regular everyday pantry ingredients and result in yummy ladoos minus all the extra calories.
Chocolate Modak Recipe

Chocolate Modak Recipe

Thursday, 17 September 2015 12:03

Chocolate Modak Recipe is delicious and festive twist to this Ganesh Chaturthi favourite. Also called kozhukattai, modals are a staple for this festival, along with Sundal, served as the favourites of Lord Ganesh. Chocolate Modaks are a great option for those looking to make an assortment of homemade sweets either to present for the pooja at home, to distribute to family and friends or even to serve at your festival feast. This recipe comes in handy, using the same basic modak recipe, using homemade chena, but adds a slight variation in the form of the welcome addition of chocolate. Add Chocolate Modak to your annual Ganesh Chaturthi preparations and sweeten the festival for your family. Here are more modak recipes you can also try Manda Pitha Recipe (Odia Style Modak) Kara Vegetable Pidi Kozhukattai (Savory Spicy Vegetable Modak) Motichoor Modak Recipe Apple Cinnamon Modak Recipe
Coconut Ladoo Stuffed With Pistachios Recipe

Coconut Ladoo Stuffed With Pistachios Recipe

Wednesday, 16 September 2015 10:08

Coconut Ladoo Stuffed With Pistachios is a quick and easy recipe for preparing coconut ladoos which are a universal favourite during the festive season. The basic recipe for coconut ladoos used here is so simple, it can be prepared in no time add all.  Serve Coconut Ladoo Stuffed With Pistachios along with Sabudana Khatti Meethi Namkeen when you have guests over during the festive season, or as an evening snack along with masala chai. Other recipes that you can try are: Churma Laddu With Coconut Recipe Besan Ladoo Recipe Flax Seed Ladoo Recipe

Top 10 Recipes For Ganesh Chaturthi

Tuesday, 15 September 2015 00:38

Ganesha Chaturthi is a Hindu festival celebrated in honour of the elephant headed God, Ganesha. The festival is observed in the Hindu calendar month of Bhadrapada, starting on the Shukla Chaturthi. The festival usually lasts for 10 days, ending on Anant Chaturdashi (fourteenth day of the waxing moon period). Like any other festival, this too has a few popular dishes that are made during the time the festival is being celebrated. Here are the top ten savory and sweet recipes for the festival. We, at Archana's Kitchen wish you the best for this festival and hope you'll like the recipes shared with you.
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