The festival of Ganeshotsav sees a lot of devotees heading for worship to temples or the Sarvajanik Ganpati pandals. As the household Ganpati idols have been immersed, people head to these pandals which organise the festival for public viewing. A major part of the Ganpati festivities is making special food items. While Modaks are known to be a favourite of the Lord, on each day there is a different sweet prepared for offering prasad to God Ganesha. Ladoo is also commonly made sweet to offer as prasad or serve someone who visits for worshipping Ganpati. Ganeshotsav 2018: 7 Popular Ganpati Pandals in Mumbai to Visit This Festive Season.
Sweets or spicy, the festive palate sees a great variety of dishes being prepared. Modaks are usually prepared on the first day of Ganesh Chaturthi. In Ladoos too there are many varieties. Let us look at some of the easy to make Ladoo recipes. Learn How to Make Thalipeeth For Festive Breakfast (Watch Video).
Rava Ladoo Recipe:
Besan Ladoo Recipe:
Choorma Ladoo Recipe:
Choorma Ladoo is a traditional recipe made for Ganeshotsav in Western India. Churma is made from crushed ground wheat and jaggery.
Ladoos are made in most of the festivals, it is, in fact, a must-have during the festival of Diwali. There are many more varieties of making ladoos, a mix of rava and besan, motichoor or even coconut ladoos. Which are your favourite? Do let us know.