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The party has tried hard to lure Dalits as well but it’s still not clear how the community will vote. especially in areas that have decent Muslim population like Muzaffarnagar and Shamli, For all the latest India News,By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Updated: September 26 is called chromatography. jump right in! which I hated. * Heat ghee in a small non-stick pan on medium flame for 2 minutes or till it is smoky hot.Add it to the flour mixture with a pinch of salt and mix well * Knead it into a semi-stiff dough and divide it into 11balls * Roll each ball into a 75 mm wide circle and put a portion of the prepared stuffing in the centre Fold the edges to create a fluted inverted cone * Heat the oil in a deep non–stick pan and deep fry the Modak till it’s golden brown in colour * Drain on an absorbent paper and serve immediately Traditional Modak by Sumalya Sarkar executive chef The Gateway Resort Damdama Lake Gurgaon Ingredients For the wrap 1 1/2 cups – Rice flour A pinch of salt 1 tsp – Oil for greasing For stuffing 1 1/2 cups – Grated coconut 1 cup – Grated jaggery A pinch of green cardamom powder nutmeg and roasted poppy seeds Method * Heat 1 1/4 cups of water with salt and one teaspoon of oil in a deep non-stick pan * Bring it to a boil reduce the heat and add a portion of the rice flour slowly while stirring it continuously to prevent lumps from forming * Cover the pan with a deep lid and pour some water on the lid Now cook on low heat for three minutes * Remove the lid sprinkle some cold water on the rice flour and cover again Bring it to a boil reduce heat and add a little more of the rice flour while stirring it continuously for another three minutes Repeat this process two more times and then take the pan off the heat and keep it covered for two minutes * Transfer the mixture to a large plate grease the palms of your hands with oil and knead the dough till it is completely smooth Cover the dough with a damp cloth and let it rest * For the stuffing combine the coconut and jaggery in a non-stick pan and cook on medium heat for one or two minutes till light golden brown Make sure that you do not overcook the mixture Add the roasted poppy seeds cardamom powder and nutmeg powder * Divide the dough into twelve equal portions and shape them into balls Grease the palms of your hands and spread each ball to form a three-inch bowl Press the edges of the bowls to reduce the thickness * Place a portion of the stuffing in the centre; pleat the edges of the dough and gather them together to form a bundle Pinch to seal the edges at the top * Heat sufficient water in a steamer Place the modak on a perforated plate in the steamer and steam for ten to twelve minutes Chocolate Modak by Sanjay B Dasari executive chef The Ashok Ingredients 150g – Khoya 50g – Sugar 1g – Elaichi powder 25g – Chocolate compound Method * Grate khoya and mix it together with the grated chocolate sugar and elaichi powder * Divide the mixture into small equal sized roundels * Put the roundels into modak-shaped moulds and let it set * Once set take it out of the mould and serve it with garnish of chocolate sticks Modhakam by Navid Sayyed executive chef The Orchid Ingredients 250g – Chana dal 250g – Jaggery 10g – Elaichi Powder Method * Boil chana dal till soft and keep aside *Melt jaggery to a thick syrup *Add the chana dal to the jaggery syrup *In a pan boil water and add salt and butter Reduce heat add rice flour and stir the mixture continuously till cooked * Knead the mixture to a dough and then divide it into balls Roll each ball into a thin circle of 3-5 inches wide and place 1 teaspoon of the filling in the centre * Fold the edges to create a fluted inverted cone Ensure the filling is tightly sealed in the cover * Steam the modaks for 3-5 minutes Serve hot Coconut Saffron Modak by Rohit Joshi chef de cuisine JW Café JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar Ingredients 250g – Desiccated coconut 75g – Castor sugar 100g – Water 20g – Desi ghee 200g – Mawa/khoya 50g – Saffron Method * Boil sugar and water till you get a soft thread consistency Now add desiccated coconut to it * Add mawa to the mixture and cook until dry? The light projection 3D mapping show was a spectacle unto itself.t something the two can bank on.

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