Modak Recipe – Fried Modak Recipe

Modak recipe – How to make Modak without Mould – Modakam – Talalele Modak recipe – Fried Modak Recipe

Modak is an Indian sweet popular in many parts of Western and Southern states of India. This sweet dumpling stuffed with a sweet filling made of jaggery and freshly grated coconut and the outer case/cover is made of rice flour or wheat flour or maida flour.

I have already shared a steamed version of Modak is called ‘Ukadiche Modak’ and often eaten hot with ghee. while the fried one is called as ‘Talalele Modak’. The steamed ones are soft and luscious and the fried ones are crunchy. Continue reading “Modak Recipe – Fried Modak Recipe”

Modak recipe – Steamed Modak

Modak recipe – How to make Modak without Mould – Modakam – Ukadiche Modak recipe – Steamed Modak

Modak is an Indian sweet popular in many parts of Western and Southern states of India. This sweet dumpling stuffed with a sweet filling made of jaggery and freshly grated coconut and the outer case/cover is made of rice flour or wheat flour or maida flour.

Modhaka has a special importance especially during Ganesh Chaturthi and Sankasti Chaturthi as it is offered to Lord Ganesha as offering/Prasad/Naivedyam. Lord Ganesha’s loves Modak that’s why he is also called as Modak Priya. Continue reading “Modak recipe – Steamed Modak”