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Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Modak

Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Ingredients:
Khoya/Khova - 1 cup
Atta/wheat flour - 1/4 cup
Powdered Suger - 1 cup(adjust according to sweetness)
Dry fruits - 1/4 cup
Ghee - 1 teaspoon
Maida - 2 cups
Milk - 1 teaspoon
Oil  - for deep frying
Cardamom powder - 2 teaspoons

Method:
  • Take a wide opened bowl and add maida, milk, enough water to knead dough for poori, keep it a side for 20 - 30 minutes.
  • Heat a kadai, roast wheat flour and keep it a side, in the same pan roast khova for few minutes and add to wheat flour stuff, then add powdered sugar, cardamom powder  and mix it well.
  • Heat small kadai and add 1 teapoon of ghee, add dryfruits and saute for few seconds and add this dry fruits to khova stuff  and mix well.
  • Now stuffing is ready, let it to cool, make evenly  roundshaped circular balls with khova stuff, make that balls into shape of  modak like whole garlic.
  • Now take the maida dough, divide the dough into evenly sized balls, roll the into poori's.
  • Keep modak shaped stuffing in the center of the poori, Bring together all the edges of poori together and close the top. This is quite a task especially if you have not made something similar to this before.
  • Remove the extra portion of the dough from the top. You will get perfect shape with modak mould, but with little effort we can get the shape manually also.
  • Heat oil in a deep frying pan, divide modaks into 3 batches and deep fry them till light brown and evenly fried all sides in a medium flame.

22 comments:

julie said...

wow..yummy snack recipe..modak looks crispy too..

Sensible Vegetarian said...

Looks simply fantastic.

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking modak wonderfully done

khushi said...

yummy modaks...simple and delicious :)
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Deepti said...

loved those crispy Modaks...

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Chandrani Banerjee said...

Modak looks delicious.

notyet100 said...

Modals look too good,..:)

Sravanthi S Thatiparthy said...

Super chala bagundi n easy process also....

Uma said...

preparation of modak is new to me. happy to know the recipe. Thanks for sharing.

Cheers,
uma

Gopika Ram said...

Wow.. your modaks look great. Its in my to do list :)

Rani acharyulu said...

cute yummy modaks looks crisp and delicious!

Kalyani's Platter said...

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Tempting and yummy!


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divya said...

Looks very tempting.

Priya said...

Fried modaks looks incredible and super crispy..

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soujanya said...

Modak look sooo cute....yummy snack...
liked it...

Sobha Shyam said...

they look so lovely dear, i cant resist these..delicious modaks..

Purabi Naha said...

Modak is definitely the best recipe to post during the ongoing ganpati festival. I love modaks and I can't find them here in HK, so I'll make them now. Thanks for the recipe!
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sangee vijay said...

this is new to me..sounds very interesting n glad to know this from you...thanx for sharing!!

aipi said...

Picture perfect they look ~ beautifully made modaks!
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CinnamonNChillies said...

yummy, sweet and crispy..Just the way I love them!!!!

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