This Ganeshotsav, move over the traditional modak and try your hands at adding a twist to it or simply something new. Mumbai chefs share unique recipes to make the sweet dish loved by Lord Ganesh. They not only suggest making a healthy-savoury version, but also prod you to add tangerine, pineapple and even puranpoli
While coconut is traditionally used to make the sweet, the pineapple crush in the Tropical Modak gives it a mouth-watering fruity flavour.. Photo Courtesy: Genda Phool
The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most celebrated festivals in the city and every year Mumbaikars get very excited for the festive season because they await the arrival of ‘Bappa’. The fact that people haven’t been soak in the festivities in the last two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic is another reason why this time the city is going to come alive with song, dance and fanfare in its full capacity. Now, we all know that Ganeshotsav is incomplete without good food, especially the Modak, which is known to be the favourite sweet of Lord Ganesha.