7 sweet dishes for Ganesh Chaturthi 2023

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1. Jalebi:

Spiral-shaped deep-fried sweets soaked in sugar syrup, is delightful treat. Their golden color and sweet, slightly tangy taste make them a favorite among children and adults alike.

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2. Modak:

These sweet dumplings are made from rice flour or wheat flour dough filled with a mixture of grated coconut, jaggery (or sugar), and cardamom.

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3. Kheer:

It's made by simmering rice in milk until it's soft and creamy, sweetened with sugar or jaggery, and flavored with cardamom and saffron.

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4. Coconut Ladoo:

Simple yet delightful sweets made from grated coconut, condensed milk, and cardamom. These bite-sized treats are rolled into balls and adorned with a piece of cashew or almond.

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5. Gulab Jamun:

These deep-fried milk-based dough balls are soaked in a fragrant sugar syrup infused with cardamom and rosewater, creating a delightful blend of flavors.

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6. Dry Fruits Barfi:

For Ganesh Chaturthi, consider preparing a rich dry fruits barfi. It combines nuts like cashews, almonds, and pistachios with sugar, ghee, and cardamom.

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7. Puran Poli:

A sweet flatbread made from chana dal (split Bengal gram), jaggery, and flour. The filling, known as puran, is spiced with cardamom and nutmeg, giving it a rich, aromatic flavor.

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