• Amita Garg

Ganpati Special-

Updated: Sep 14, 2018

Ganesh Chaturthi, a most important festival of Maharashtra, is a ten-day Hindu festival celebrated to honour Ganesha's birthday. The festival is usually celebrated for 10 days. People buy Lord Ganeshas images to keep in their houses as a divine guest for five to ten days. Puja and aarti are performed morning and evening with family members, friends and relatives. Sweets. modaks and ladoos are the favorite sweets of lord Ganesha and served as naivedhyam or bhog to lord Ganesha. On 10 day the image is then taken out ceremoniously and immerse to the river, sea or pond.

This year Make the Ganpati festival extra special with these sweet recipes which are little different, innovative and easy to make.

Strawberry Semolina Modak-


This Ganesh Chaturthi try this super easy and quick Modak recipe with tasty twist.

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Semolina Beet Carrot halwa


Healthy, delicious, low sugar Halwa

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Gulkand Cream Cheese Bites-

Tasty, healthy and perfect for festivals.

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Panchamrut-

Panchamrut is a mixture of five foods used in Puja and Hindu religious occasions. Panchamrut nourishes the skin and good for hair. It is also given to pregnant women for the good health of mother and fetus. https://bit.ly/2OibCwt



Dry Panjiri or Kasar-


Panjiri or Kasar is a North Indian sweet and it is mostly made for Satya narayan Pooja https://bit.ly/2p4LNog




Ragi Modak

This Ganpati we bring you recipe that present this humble millet in a whole new avatar.https://bit.ly/2Mxy0QM




Angoordana

A popular Prasad Recipe

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Urad Dal Pinni

A traditional Punjabi sweet, made from atta , gond, besan etc.

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Apple Pudding

A simple Recipe with few ingredients

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