Updated: September 2010
Previously I had posted 5 different recipes for making Lord Ganesha’s favorite food the Kozhukattai or the Modak.
I found the following video on Youtube.com which shows the recipe for making Modak or the Modagam (called in Tamil Nadu). Modak is a variation of the South Indian Kozhakattai or the Karnataka Kadubu by its shape. Modaks are usually round while Kozhakattais are lengthier.
Modaks are usually made in Maharashtra and other North Indian states (I don’t know which other). You could use the same method shown in the video to make Kozhukkattais as well by just changing the shape of the dough.
In the video, the Modaks are made using a Microwave. However, you can also use a pressure cooker by referring to the recipes from the previous post.
Note: This video is not produced by anyone from this blog. I have added this video from another website (with permission) to help you in your cooking. Original recipe by Sudha Kulkarni from Aais Kitchen
Recipe video follows below: