Festivetreat2021 Instant Puran Poli Online Rs. 0.00
Instant Puran Poli Online WHAT IS PURAN POLI? Puran Poli also recognized Purnachi Poli or God Poli as an authentic sweet dish that is made in Maharashtrian households. Puran is known as stuffing, and Poli means bread; thus, Puran Poli means bread which is stuffed with a sweet filling. They are made during various festive and religious occasions. All-purpose flour or wheat flour is used to make it. Puran Poli is just like chapati, which is filled with a sweet filling. The filling is dark yellow in color, and the outer chapatis are either off-white, yellow or occur in color depending on what it is made of. It is a tasty delight which is enjoyed by people of all ages. Its taste changes as we move towards the south. CONTENTS IN PACKET We have made a perfect packet for beginners who are looking forward to make Puran Poli. Our packet includes Puran Poli Flour Mix, Dehydrated Puran. This makes Puran Poli preparation super easy and time-saving so that you can make them whenever you want. How To Cook : Step 1: Add boiling water to dehydrated puran to form thick dough. Step 2: Add water to puran poli flour mix to form a dough. Knead the dough. Step 3 : Form balls of dough and puran of equal size. Step 4 : Stuff one part of puran in other kneaded dough and roll it out to form a poli. Step 5 : Cook both sides on medium flame. HOW TO MAKE PURAN POLI (TRADITIONALLY) Dough preparation All-purpose flour or wheat flour is kneaded into a dough using water. The dough needs to rest for at least half an hour. The dough should not be too firm as it will be challenging to roll after adding filling inside it. Filling preparation Yellow gram, recognized as chana dal, is soaked for about an hour or two before making the filling. It is cooked in a pressure cooker for 15 to 20 minutes. The dal is smashed to form a fine paste. In a cauldron, nutmeg powder and cardamom are roasted in ghee. Grated jaggery along with mashed chana dal is added to it. It is stirred and roasted until the batter turns thick. A sweet and deep yellow batter is ready to be added as a filling. Making Puran Poli Tiny balls are made out of the dough. They are rolled flat, and the filling is added inside them. It is secured by all sides and then again converted into a ball. Now the ball is carefully rolled in flat circular chapati so that the filling does not spill. Frying Puran Poli Ghee is applied to the pan and Puran poli is carefully kept on it. It fried until small brown spots don’t appear on it. HEALTH BENEFITS Along with being high in folic acid, it contains soluble fiber that is good for your heart. Blood circulation is improved by its consumption. Diabetes is kept in check due to the low level of the glycemic index. High nutrition and fewer calories make it diet-friendly. It is perfect for satisfying cravings as it doesn’t pile up many calories. Potassium, vitamins, zinc, and copper content in Puran Poli is relatively high.
Festivetreat2021 Ukadiche Modak Ready to Cook Rs. 0.00
Ukadiche Modak Ready to Cook WHAT IS MODAK? Modak is a sweet dumpling specially made in Maharashtrian households during the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. They are white, and the filling is sweet, nutty, and has a dark brown hue. Jaggery, coconut, rice flour, dry fruits, ghee, milk, nutmeg, and water make this dish. This is suitable for vegans and is gluten-free. They are many types of modak. Ukadiche modak that is steamed modak, is the most loved one. Followed by fried modak, it is similar to Ukadiche modak and is fried instead of steaming. The other variety of modak is made with Mawa (milk solids) and shaped into modak. Nowadays modak is made with various kinds of ingredients including chocolate. HOW TO MAKE MODAK? Freshly grated coconut is roasted along with nuts in ghee. Jaggery is added after they change color. Nutmeg and cardamom are often added to enhance the taste of the filling. They are cooked till the excess moisture evaporated. Rice flour is added directly into boiling water and little milk, ghee, sugar, and salt. It is enclosed with a plate or towel for few minutes, and then it is kneaded into dough. Small balls are made out of it while it is still hot. Balls are flattened and packed with sweet coconut and jaggery filling. Sides are pinched and joined together to form modak. Later they are steamed and drizzled with melted ghee and saffron. WHAT IS MODAK SACHA? It is challenging to make modak for beginners; specialized equipment is readily available to make modak. It is called modak Sacha. The Sacha is first coated with ghee and then lined with rice flour dough. The filling is placed right in the middle, and then the Sacha is closed. A perfect modak is obtained after opening the Sacha. Modak Sacha makes everything hassle-free and also saves time as many modaks can be made at one time. It is orange in color and is made with high-grade quality plastic. CONTENTS IN PACKET We have made a perfect packet for beginners who are looking forwards to make modak. Our packet includes Aromatic modak peeth, Modak Sacha, and dehydrated modak filling. This makes modak preparation super easy and time-saving so that you can make them whenever you want. READY TO COOK MODAK It just requires three steps to make a modak. Step 1: Add aromatic modak peeth into boiling water along with salt & ghee. Enclose it for few minutes and then knead it to form a dough. Step 2: Coat the modak Sacha with ghee, line it with dough and add dehydrated modak filling. Step 3: Steam the modak, drizzle it with ghee and garnish it with saffron. FESTIVALS AND MODAK There are many stories behind why modak is offered to Lord Ganesh; some say that when he was unable to satisfy his hunger, Anusuya (wife of a sage) offered him modak, which satisfied his hunger. Few people believe that Meenawati (goddess Parvati's mom) made modak for him, which he loved a lot. Modaks are made especially during Ganesh Utsav to offer them to Lord Ganesh. Sankasthi is translated as saving from trouble. Modak is also offered during various Sankasthi to please lord Ganesha and ask his flavor to keep oneself away from troubles. PACKAGING Utmost care is taken while packaging. Everything is well sanitized, and constant testing ensures that you and your family enjoy a safe Ganesh Utsav.
Festivetreat2021 Rushi Chi Bhaji (Rishi Panchami Bhaji) Ready to Cook Rs. 0.00
Rushi Chi Bhaji WHAT IS RISHI PANCHAMI? Rishi is translated as Sage and panchami is translated as fifth day. Rishi Panchami signifies the day when the Saptrishis, the seven sages are honored for their great deeds that they have done for the mankind. It is commemorated on the shukla paksha’s day five, hence referred to as panchami. It falls after Ganesh Utsav in Bhadrapad month. Saptrishi imparted the knowledge and encouraged people to gain enlightenment. They even shared their knowledge with common people. On this day various rituals are conducted. It is said that observing fast and conducting rituals on this day will free you from all the past life sins. RISHI PANCHAMI CHI BHAJI It is a mix of various vegetables that are beneficial for our body. It is specially made during Rishi Panchami in Maharashtrian households. Seasonal vegetables along with tubers are incorporated in this dish. Only those vegetables are used wherein ox is not used for farming. Although cooking time of the vegetable is low but it takes a lot of time from preparation and cleaning the vegetables. Earthen pots were used and since every vegetable has a different cooking time they were often cooked separately. But, nowadays, it is cooked together using a pressure cooker. CONTENTS IN PACKET We have made a perfect packet for beginners who are looking forward to make Rushi chi bhaji. Our packet includes dehydrated Rushi chi bhaji. How To Cook Step 1: Add dehydrated bhaji to 200ml water. Step 2: Cook the bhaji on low heat for 10 mins. Serve hot with bhakri / chapati. HOW TO MAKE RISHI CHI BHAJI (TRADITIONALLY) Colocasia leaves also known as Alu (arbi) Leaves, Amaranth (Maath) Leaves, Corn kernels, Lady’s finger, Elephant foot, Ridge Guard, Raw Banana, Snake guard (Ghosala), and Green peas are used to make this recipe. Some people also add peanuts, potatoes, sweet potatoes, etc. It is spiced up using green chilies and seasoned using pink salt, jaggery and coconut. Due to presence of colocasia leaves Jaggery is added to the recipe. Tamarind can be replaced using fresh curd. In a cauldron ghee is added along with green chilies that are vertically sliced into two parts. Colocasia leaves and amaranth leaves are added first and then other veggies are added. It is seasoned with pink salt and jaggery, and then enclosed with a lid. After about 5 minutes tamarind pulp is added and garnished with coarsely grated coconut. HEALTH BENEFITS It is very beneficial for improving digestive function and keeps away problems like constipation, stomach ulcers, diarrhea, etc. It has a high content of dietary fiber which aids in weight loss. It contains good carbs which help to manage blood sugar levels. Free radicals that might cause serious ailments are take care by consumption of this delicious and healthy recipe. It contains crucial phytonutrients which not only reduce inflammation but also help to boost immunity. High content of iron makes it ideal for treating anemia Oxidative strain caused by free radicals are taken care by antioxidants like beta carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, etc. It is gluten free thus it is appropriate for people who are gluten intolerant. Its consumption is good for skin and hair. Hair loss can be regulated by its regular consumption. It is loaded with proteins and has very low fat content. It is also known to restrain hunger. Bone health is improved by its consumption as it has high calcium content. It is highly valuable for pregnant ladies as it reduces the chance of having any neural defect that might affect brain development. The significant amount of Vitamin A present in it is beneficial for improving vision.
Festivetreat2021 Modak Mould (Modak Sacha) Rs. 0.00
Modak Mould (Modak Sacha) WHAT IS MODAK? In Maharashtrian households, during the commemoration of Ganesh Chaturthi, a sweet dumpling named Modak is made. It has a sweet filling that is dark brown in color and has a nutty flavour to it. It is covered in a soft, white coat made of rice flour. Ukadiche modak is the most loved one in this region. Jaggery, coconut, rice flour, dry fruits, ghee, milk, nutmeg, and water are used to make this dish. This is suitable for vegans and is gluten-free. Various types of modak are available. Ukadiche modak is steamed, and the other modak is fried one, a majority of the people loves them. The other variety of modak is made with Mawa (milk solids) and shaped into modak. Nowadays modak is made with various kinds of ingredients including chocolate. WHAT IS MODAK SACHA? It is challenging to make modak for beginners; specialized equipment is readily available to make modak. It is called modak Sacha. Modak Sacha makes everything hassle-free and also saves time as many modaks can be made at one time. A perfect Modak is obtained by using Modak Sacha. It is orange in colour and is made with high-grade quality plastic. It can be used a number of times. HOW TO MAKE MODAK USING MODAK SACHA? Freshly grated coconut is roasted along with nuts in ghee. Jaggery is added after they change colour. Nutmeg and cardamom are often added to enhance the taste of the filling. They are cooked till the excess moisture evaporated. Rice flour is added directly into boiling water along with little milk, ghee, sugar, and salt. It is enclosed with a plate or towel for few minutes, and then it is kneaded into dough. The Sacha is first coated with ghee and then lined with rice flour dough. The filling is placed right in the middle, and then the Sacha is closed. A perfect modak is obtained after opening the Sacha. Later they are steamed and drizzled with melted ghee and garnished with saffron. HOW TO CLEAN AND STORE MODAK SACHA? Modak Sacha can be easily cleaned using soap and water. Make sure to soak it in water for a while, this will help to loosen u the dough. The size of the Sacha is small, thus it can be stored easily anywhere.
Festivetreat2021 Aromatic Modak Peeth - Modak atta Rs. 0.00
Aromatic Modak Peeth - Modak atta Called in Marathi मोदक पीठ Modak which is offered to Lord Ganesha. Modak is sweet dumplings specially made in Maharashtrian households during the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Modak peeth is essential to make a perfect modak. The texture and taste of your modak depend on it. Our product is made by grinding superior quality aromatic rice called ‘Ambemohar’ rice. It is suitable for vegans and does not contain any variety of preservatives. It is an entirely natural product and is gluten-free as well. You can also make Bhakri, momos using this rice flour. NUTRIENTS Along with a high amount of carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and protein, it also contains electrolytes like sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc. It also contains essential minerals like iron, copper, zinc, and manganese, etc. Vitamins like vitamin E, Niacin, etc., are also present. ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical. It has low allergic content as compared to other food items. Those who are allergic to Basmati Rice or Ambe Mohar rice can avoid this. Please consult your doctor before any consumption for any allergies to you. HOW TO USE Modak peeth is converted into the dough by kneading it using water, milk, and ghee. A small quantity of sugar and salt is also added. Aromatic modak peeth is added directly into boiling water and little milk, ghee, sugar, and salt. It is enclosed with a plate or towel for few minutes. Small balls are made out of it after kneading the dough while it is still hot. Balls are flattened and packed with sweet coconut filling. Sides are pinched and joined together to form modak. Besides making modak, it can also make bhakri (chapati made using rice flour). PREGNANCY It is safe to be consumed during pregnancy. HEALTH BENEFITS It is a good alternative for people who are suffering from gluten intolerance as it is gluten-free. The existence of insoluble fibers makes it ideal for dealing with problems related to the digestive system. It improves bowel movements and keeps constipation at bay. A diet rich in high fiber can aid in treating cardiovascular issues, thus keeping the heart-healthy. They also modulate blood sugar levels. Its consumption can improve the skeletal system of our body as it contains calcium which is beneficial for our bones. It improves the natural immune system of our body along with making our skin healthy. The protein content is beneficial for those who wish to gain weight. How to Make Modak STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE It is recommended to be stored in a sealed canister. It can easily last up to 6 to 12 months if stored in a refrigerator or freezer.