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Sugandhi Modak Chawal Atta

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Taste for Life’s Sugandhi Modak Chawal Atta is made with the finest quality Fragrant Rice which gives a delightful aroma to authentic recipes. This Chawal Atta is manufactured according to the traditional chakki grinding method to retain its freshness and...

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Taste for Life’s Sugandhi Modak Chawal Atta is made with the finest quality Fragrant Rice which gives a delightful aroma to authentic recipes.

This Chawal Atta is manufactured according to the traditional chakki grinding method to retain its freshness and nutritional value.

It is available in the 500 gm pack size and costs 95 rupees.

 

Why do we recommend Taste for Life’s Sugandhi Modak Chawal Atta?

Taste for lIfe’s Sugandhi Modak Chawal Atta stands out for its distinctive stickiness, which is required to make authentic recipes including Ukadiche Modak, Patolya, and many more.

This Atta brings a nice aroma to the steamed Modaks, making them the best choice for festive indulgence.

It is free of artificial flavor, color, and preservatives, which makes it healthy and safe for everyone.

 

Nutritional Value: (Approx 100 gm of Sugandhi Modak Chawal Atta)

Energy: 345 kcal

Carbohydrates: 78.2 g

Proteins:6.8 g

Fats:2.5 g

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Best modak chawal ata

When cooked, it has a great flavor and a pleasant aroma.

Ingredients

Fragrant Rice

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FAQ

1. What is the difference between Modak Flour and Regular Flour?

- Modak Chawal Flour is used specifically for making Modaks. Regular flour, on the other hand, generally refers to Whole Wheat Flour commonly used in the preparation of roti, chapati, and many other recipes.

2. Can I use rice flour for making Modak?

- Yes, Taste for Life’s Modak Chawal Atta is the best for making authentic Ukadiche Modaks.

3. What is the traditional recipe for making Modaks?

- Traditional Modaks are prepared during the Ganesh Chaturthi celebration in India. The most delicious type is “Ukadiche Modak” which is made with a filling of grated coconut and jaggery. The outer covering is made using Modak Chawal Atta. However, the prepared Modaks are steamed in a steamer for a few minutes. These Modaks are traditionally served as Naivedya to lord Ganesha during the Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayagar Chaturthi festival.

4. Which Atta do we generally use in the Fried Modak recipe preparation?

- Generally, the outer covering of Fried Modak is made using Whole Wheat Atta.

5. How to shape Modaks without using molds?

- For instructions on how to shape Ukadiche Modak, please click on the link.

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6.What is Modak Atta?

- Modak Atta is a special type of Rice Atta that is specially designed for making authentic Modaks. However, This Atta is made using fragrant rice to give a nice aroma to the steamed Modaks.

7. What ingredients are used in Modak recipes?

- Ingredients required for the Modak recipe are based on the method of preparation. One is, Fried or Talniche Modak, and the other is Steamed or UkadicheModak. Generally, Whole Wheat Atta is used for the preparation of Talniche/Fried Modaks, whereas Sugandhi Chawal Atta is used for Ukadiche Modak. Regardless of the method, the filling remains consistent comprising Gud/jaggery, Khopra/coconut, and cardamom.

8. Is Modak made of Maida?

- Many people opt for Maida when crafting fried Modaks. However, using Whole wheat flour is a
healthy alternative.

9. Is Modak and Kozhukattai same?

- The preparation method for both recipes is the same, the only difference is in their shaping technique.

10. What are the types of Modak?

-In addition to the classic Modak recipes, there are many other flavors readily available at local Methai or confectionery stores during the festive season.
These include variations of Rose, Kesar, Malai(Cream), Khoya/Khava (Milk Solid), Dry fruit, Chocolates, and many more.

11. What is Modak called in Kannada?

- It is called Kadubu or Modaka in Kannada.

Sugandhi Modak Chawal Atta
500 g - Rs. 95.00
  • 500 g - Rs. 95.00

Sugandhi Modak Chawal Atta

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