Crispy Fried Modaks | talniche modak | maida modak | fry modak Recipe is made with Wheat flour, stuffed with Coconut Dry fruits and Jaggery. which is an Indian traditional sweet makes for the festival of ganesh chaturthi. This Fried Modak is made up of Whear flour, Dry fruits like – Almonds, Cashew(Kaju). You can use any kind of dry fruits as you like the most. Come lets prepare the Crispy Fried Modaks.
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Crispy Fried modaks | talniche modak | maida modak | fry modak are super tasty sweet stuffed with sweet jaggery & dry fruit filling and crispy covering with wheat flour or maida prepared during the festival of Ganesha Chaturthi.
This Fried Modaks is a very simple recipe which is prepared using wheat flour, Fresh Coconut and Dry fruits. It is an another way of making the traditional modak recipe where it is made with wheat flour and followed by deep fry cooking. Since it is deeply fried, these modak can be preserved in a air tight container for many days.
Ganapathi festival will always be incomplete without offering this Traditional Crispy Fried modaks Modak Recipe. Crispy Fried modaks modaks are the favourite traditional prasadam for Lord Ganesha. It is one of the main prasadam which is offered during ganesh chaturthi. There are several varities of traditional modak recipes, but this Crispy Fried modaks is very special recipe offer to Lord Ganesh, Preparation of this Crispy Fried modaks takes less time and very good in taste.
In adition to this Fried Modaks we have also prepared several recipes / prasadams / offerings to Lord Ganesha. Some of them are Kudumulu | Undrallu recipe, Instant Semolina modak / Suji modak, Andhra Special Bellam Kudumulu | Vundrallu, Andhra Special Vundrallu, Ukadiche Modaks, Mawa Modak / Khoya / Kova Modaks, Dry Fruit Modaks Recipe | Talniche Modak, Andhra Special PalaTalikalu Recipe, Andhra Special Pala Aaradi Recipe, Hot Kudumulu | Modaks Recipe.
Our popular festival recipes are:
Fried Modak Recipe Card
Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Servings: 8 People
Cook Time: 30 Minutes
Author: Tempting Bowls
Total Time: 40 Minutes
- jaggery – 1/2 cup
- Fresh coconut – 1 cup, grated
- cashew (kaju) – 2 tbsp, chopped
- almonds – 2 tbsp, chopped
- kishmish – 2 tbsp
- ghee – 1 tbsp
- cardamom powder – 1 tbsp
- oil – for deep fry
- Wheat flour – 1 cup
- Maida – 1/2 cup
- salt – 1/2 tbsp
- ghee – 2 tbsp
Step 1 In a bowl add 1 cup of wheat flour, 1/2 cup of maida, salt and 2 tbsp of ghee.
Step 2 Crumble and mix all dry ingredients for 1 min.
Step 3 Add 1 cup of water and knead the dough for 5 min.
Step 4 After 5 min dough will be soft and smooth. dough shold not loose. It should a bit tight than regular chapati dough. Rest the dough for 15 minutes.
Step 5 Meanwhile prepare stuffing. Take a pan and add 1 tbsp of ghee, kaju, almonds and raisins and roast for 2 min or until they become golden color.
Step 6 Add grated coconut 1 cup, 1/2 cup of jaggery and cardamom powder and mix well until jaggery melts and combine with coconut and dryfruits.
Step 7 Jaggery melted and combined with coconut. Now stuffing is ready. Keep aside.
Step 8 After 15 min dough is ready to make modaks.
Step 9 Take small ball sized dough, make round ball and flatten slightly.
Step 10 Roll slightly thick as puri.
Step 11 Put 1 tbsp of stuffing on the puri.
Step 12 Close the puri by creating pleats from edges.
Step 13 Cover and pinch at top.
Step 14 Modak is ready to fry.
Step 15 Deep fry the modaks on medium flame and stir occationally.
Step 16 Modaks become golden and crispy.
Step 17 Now drain off the modaks and serve.
Step 18 Traditional fried modaks are ready to serve.
Step 19 Enjoy the crispy and tasty sweet modaks. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi 🙂
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