Vegan fried modak Recipe | How to make fried modak at home

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Vegan fried modak Recipe

Fried Modak is a traditional Indian sweet that is often prepared during the auspicious festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. It is a dumpling-like dessert that is made with a sweet filling of coconut, jaggery, and nuts, and then deep-fried until golden brown. The crispy outer layer and the sweet and nutty filling make Fried Modak a popular and delicious treat.

This Recipe is free from :

  • Wheat
  • Peanuts
  • tree nuts
  • dairy
  • casein
  • soy
  • egg
  • sesame
  • fish
  • shellfish

 Ingredients: For Vegan fry modak Recipe

Stuffing –

  1. freshly grated coconut – 3 cups
  2.  Jaggery – grated – 1 and half cup
  3.  sugar – 1/2 cup
  4.  cardamom powder – 1 tsp
  5.  nutmeg powder – 1 tsp

Covering –

  1. Wheat Flour – 1 Cup
  2.  Vegetable oil – 1 TBSP
  3.  Salt to taste
  4.  Water

How to Make Homemade fried modak Recipe Step-by-Step Instructions

Stuffing –

  1. Mix the coconut , jaggery , sugar and mix well. Cook the mixture on medium flame till starts leaving the sides dry.
  2.  Add cardamom powder , nutmeg powder and mix well.
  3. Covering-
  4. Heat 1 TBSP oil till it gets very hot. Add hot oil , salt to wheat flour . Mix the ingredients well, till you get a texture like bread crumbs.
  5. Add a little water at a time to mixture and knead a soft dough like chapati dough.

For Modak –

  1. Knead the dough again and make small balls from it. Roll pari or small puri from it. The pari should neither too thick and not too thin. Use any dry flour while rolling pari.
  2. Add stuffing and make plates. Bring them together and seal them properly.
  3. Heat up oil on medium heat. Drop modak one by one and fry until they get nice golden from all sides.
  4. Take them out of oil and drain excess oil and transfer them into a dish.
  5. Fried modak are ready.

Fried Modak is a delectable sweet that is a must-try during the festive season. The combination of coconut, jaggery, and nuts make for a delicious filling that is wrapped in a crispy and golden brown outer layer. While it may seem daunting to make, with a little practice and patience, anyone can prepare this traditional Indian sweet at home. So why not try making Fried Modak and treat yourself and your loved ones to a classic and delightful dessert that is sure to please!

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