This year, the Indian Ganesh festival is on September 19. To honour this special occasion, try making these five mouth-watering traditional recipes at home.
Learn how to make Maharashtrian Ukadiche Modak, a steamed coconut dumpling. This sweet dish can be made in under an hour and is traditionally served with clarified butter or ghee. Here's the recipe.
Watch how to make motichoor ladoos at home. Made with gram flour, this is a classic Indian sweet dish perfect for every celebration. Try this recipe, and let us know how it turned out!
A popular sweet from Punjab, Amritsar barfi or besan barfi is made with gram flour and has a melt-in-your-mouth texture. Here's the recipe.
These syrupy dumplings are a festival favourite across South Asia, and once you try them, you'll see why. Make this legendary dessert in 40 minutes and serve hot. Try this recipe.
Jalebi with Dates Rabdi
A classic dessert that's perfect for festive occasions. This delicious dish is a favourite among many, and for good reason. Made with crispy, sweet jalebi and rich, creamy rabdi or reduced milk, infused with dates, this dessert is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Try it.
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