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Panchakhdya recipe – recipe | Ganesh Chaturthi recipes

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Panchakhdya

Panchakhadya is a tradtionally a Mahastrian Ganpathi prasad. Maharastrians make this using dried dates, rasins and nuts. Traditionally it is like the panchamirtham we make with five ingredients.In karnataka also they make a similar one like this with different ingredients. I have tasted this many times in my friend’s place, but never asked her for the recipe. This year i wanted to post this simple recipe for ganesh chaturthi and asked her for the recipe. I just made the way she told and it tasted nice too. Wishing all my readers a very Happy Ganesh Chaturthi. May this festival brings you all a  lot of abundance and joy. Check out my ganesh chaturthi recipes collections. 

Panchakhadya recipe

  Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 2 Min |Makes: 1 cup

     Chutney dal | Pottukadalai  1/2 cup
     Dry coconut (kopra)   1/4 cup
     Sugar   2-3 tblsp
     Poppy seeds or sesame seeds  2 tblsp
    Cardamom   2 pinches     
     

Panchakhadya recipe

Method:

  • Keep all the ingredients ready. Poppy seeds or sesame seeds, whichever you use it should be dry roasted till golden brown. I had some powdered sugar so i used that. Here poppy seeds are banned so we don’t get it here.

panchakhadya - ingredients

  • Grind everything in a mixer into a powder. It can be slightly grainy like sugar granules.

panchakhadaya 1

  • Panchakhadaya is ready .
  • You can keep this for neivedyam as it is or stuff inside sweet somas or stuff for fried modak recipe too.
Panchakhadya

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3 comments

Shriram Parameswaran September 5, 2016 - 7:50 am

Thanks a lot….. possibly a small twist to make it more healthy would be to use powdered country jaggery instead of powdered white sugar.

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Shriram Parameswaran September 5, 2016 - 7:50 am

Thanks a lot….. possibly a small twist to make it more healthy would be to use powdered country jaggery instead of powdered white sugar.

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jeyashri suresh September 5, 2016 - 1:13 pm

Ok thank you. Your can use nattu sakkarai or powdered jaggery to this. In that case do not grind the jaggery in the mixie

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