Fried modak is a popular Indian sweet dish that is made during festivals, especially Ganesh Chaturthi. Modak is a dumpling-like sweet made with a filling of coconut, jaggery, and cardamom powder. Traditionally, modak is steamed, but fried modak is a variation where the modaks are deep-fried until they turn golden brown and crispy. They can be stored in an airtight container for a few days. Fried modak is a delicious and indulgent sweet dish that can be enjoyed during festivals or as a special treat.
This Modak is commonly prepared in South India for Ganapathy Homam, while it is also quite popular in North India as a Prasad. It can be made with wheat flour. You can try this variation of the fried modak also.
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This is a sweet dish also known as Poricha Kozhukattai is made with maida, coconut and rice flour. Check