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Ganesh Chaturthi recipes





गणेश चतुर्थी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें
ગણેશ ચતુથીઁ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો
Recipes to Celebrate the Glory of Ganesh
Best Sweets for Ganpati Utsav
Mithai and Prasad for Ganpati Utsav

Acclaimed as the Lord of good beginnings, the remover of obstacles and the harbinger of wisdom, success and prosperity, Lord Ganesh is like a universal God, worshipped by Hindus all over India. Every community has its key presiding deity; however, Ganesha is included in everybody’s prayers. So, there is not a day when he is not welcomed into our minds and homes. But around the corner is that one special time when he is celebrated gloriously, with pomp and splendor. Yes, Ganesh Chathurthi or Ganpati Utsav is here!

Every year, during this utsav, Lord Ganesh is welcomed into millions of homes. For 10 days, he is decked up beautifully in silks and flowers, and worshipped lovingly with all his favourite delicacies ranging from Modak to Ladoos.

Each morning, a cup of milk or curds, or better still, a cup of Panchamrut is offered to Him. Panchamrut Prasad is a must-have for most Indian rituals. It combines milk, curd, ghee, honey and sugar – ingredients that denote prosperity and purity. Basil, which is the abode of Goddess Lakshmi, is also added to the Panchamrut to make it holier.

In this mailer, we give you a delectable selection of Ladoos and Modaks to make during the Ganpati festival. Rather than stick to the same Modak every day, you can make different types of Modak and Ladoos like Mawa Modak, Fried Modak, Churma Ladoo, Besan Laddoo etc., pleasing both Lord Ganesh and your family! On a hurried day, you can make Rava Sheera instead. We also show you how to make the mandatory Panchamrut. While each family has a different selection of traditional recipes to prepare for Ganpati, the recipes presented here are quintessential ones prepared in most homes.

Enjoy the festivities, prepare amazing delicacies and receive the blessings of Lord Ganesh, along with innumerable compliments from near and dear ones!

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Happy Cooking!

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Recipe# 16083
27 Aug 05

 
 by anita_pupneja
No reviews
Gajeer ka halwa or gajar halwa is a popular winter special sweet dish, common in northern states of India. The grated gajjar or carrots are stir fried in pure ghee and then cooked till done with khoya,sugar and milk.
Recipe# 8914
20 Sep 16

 
 by arpalp
No reviews
Doodhi ka halwa is a North Indian sweet dish prepared from grated doodhi(also known as bottle gourd or lauki) cooked with sugar, ghee and spices like cardamom. A delicious dessert dish which can be served as a snack or after meal sweet!
Recipe# 8927
07 Mar 16

 
 by kpvasa
No reviews
Quick and easy dry fruit barfi recipe at tarladalal.com.the barfi is cooked with condensed milk, sugar and crushed dry fruits. A special dessert for festivals and parties.
Recipe# 9102
28 Jan 06

 
 by bhavanis
No reviews
Note maida and sugar should be in equal quantity.
Always do not heat ghee till it smokes/in high flame, just melting is enough.
Always have an eye on the sugar syrup- keep stirring.
Recipe# 9108
24 Dec 02

 
 by rakhikhanna
No reviews
Sooji carrot ka halwa is a North Indian sweet dish prepared from grated carrot(also known as gajar) cooked with sooji ( rawa or semolina)sugar, ghee and spices like cardamom. A delicious dessert dish which can be served as a snack or after meal sweet!
Recipe# 9518
04 Jan 07

 
 by pippallashilpa
No reviews
Simple coconut barfi is a traditional sweet barfi recipe of dessicated coconut powder mixed with milk and sugar. The coconut powder are mixed with sugar and ghee and blended together in the barfis. Simple coconut barfi is a tasty and healthy barfi( square or rectangular sweet cake) recipe.
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Ganesh Chaturthi
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 on 02 Sep 17 02:27 PM


Loved your collection of Ganesh Chaturthi recipes.