Ganesh Chaturthi: Want to get Bappa's blessings on Ganesh Chaturthi, make this special Naivedya plate for offering. - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, September 19, 2023

Ganesh Chaturthi: Want to get Bappa's blessings on Ganesh Chaturthi, make this special Naivedya plate for offering.

During the ten-day Ganpati festival starting from Ganesh Chaturthi, people offer many different types of dishes to please Bappa. On this Ganesh Chaturthi, you can please Bappa by making special offerings. So let us know how to make this thali decorated with traditional dishes of Maharashtra.

On Ganesh Chaturthi, people make Bappa sit in their homes. This time Ganpati festival is starting on 19th September. The maximum enthusiasm for this festival is seen in Maharashtra. People serve Bappa in their own way and do not want to leave any stone unturned. For this, many types of dishes are offered from Modak to Moti Chur Laddus, but in Maharashtra, a special Naivedya thali is prepared to offer Bappa on the day of welcome. You can also make this special thali and please Bappa.

This satvik thali of Naivedya for Ganpati ji is prepared in a very special but simple way. First of all, food is offered to Bappa, after that this food is served as Prasad to everyone. So let us quickly know how you too can prepare this special Naivedya thali.

batata i.e. potato curry

To make potato bhaji, add ginger, green chillies, coriander leaves and a little salt and grind them coarsely. Now heat a pan on gas and crackle cumin seeds and mustard seeds and then add curry leaves. After this is the paste of green chilli and coriander. Put it in the pan and add a little turmeric powder and fry. Now add mashed boiled potatoes and add salt. Mix it well and stir for some time, add green coriander and a few drops of lemon juice and mix. Aloo bhaji of bhog thali is ready.

varan dal

Put the soaked toor dal in the cooker and add water, now add half teaspoon turmeric, salt as per taste and asafoetida and cover the lid, the dal will be cooked in three to four whistles. After this knead the pulses. This dal is served with rice and desi ghee.

khamang cucumber

For this, first of all peel the cucumber and cut it into small pieces and add a little salt to it and leave it for five minutes and then squeeze out the water and now add half a lemon in it. Add one spoon sugar and mix. Now for tadka, put one spoon ghee in a pan, add cumin seeds, curry leaves and green chillies. Before serving, add roasted crushed peanuts and green coriander to it.

Shikaran Recipe

To make Shikaran, take two ripe bananas, cut them into slices, transfer them to a bowl and mash them lightly with a spoon. Now add cardamom, sugar and milk, mix and let it cool.

tomato essence

Keep the water to heat, now make four cuts on the upper part of the tomato and put it in water for some time, when the peels of the tomato start separating, take them out of the water, separate the peels and prepare the puree in the mixer by adding water. And filter it and transfer it to a vessel. Now take a small piece of ginger, green chilli, fresh coconut and two to two and a half cups of water and grind it in a mixer grinder and filter it through a cloth. Now mix the prepared coconut milk in tomato juice and add sugar and let it cook. Add a little water to one spoon of rice flour and add it to the tomato essence. Cook well for six to seven minutes. Now add tempering of urad dal, cumin and curry leaves in desi ghee and add coriander. Tomato essence is ready.

Make Modak like this

For Modak, first heat ghee and add jaggery along with roasted poppy seeds and freshly grated coconut. Now prepare the stuffing by stirring till the jaggery melts. After this, add water in the pan, add desi ghee and also add a little salt. After boiling water, add rice flour and prepare it. Knead it and make a fine mixture like roti dough. Fill the stuffing and give it the shape of modak. Now steam all the modaks. Garnish with saffron. Along with Modak, Puran Poli can also be added to this plate. In this way your Naivedya plate will be ready to offer to Ganpati Bappa.

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