Learn how to make jolbhora sandesh modak recipe at home. This 2-ingredient modak recipe is so easy to make and tastes delicious.
This year for Ganesh Chathurthi, I am sharing this fusion modak recipe that is inspired by the jolbhora sandesh. Jolbhora sandesh/sondesh are gur sandesh which are filled with liquid gur. So, if you love Bengali sweets, then you should give this recipe a try.
Watch how to make jolbhora sandesh modak recipe:
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Grind chhena and gur until you get a smooth paste.
Heat a non-stick pan on low heat.
Add the chhena mixture. Cook for 3-4 minutes (approx.), while stirring continuously, until the mixture thickens and leaves the sides of the pan.
Take it out in a bowl and allow it to cool down a little.
Take a modak mould. Grease it with ghee. Close it.
Fill it with a little sandesh mixture.
Spread and press it evenly, all around the inside of the mould.
Keep filling until just a little space is left in the middle.
Pour ½ to 1 tsp khejur gur syrup into it.
Adjust the quantity of the syrup depending on the mould size. Here I have used ¾ tsp syrup for each modak.
Avoid overfilling, as it will become difficult to seal it later on and the modak might leak.
Then take a small amount of sandesh mixture, place it at the bottom of the mould and seal it well.
Carefully open the mould and take the modak out. Place it on a plate.
Make the other modaks in the same manner.
Jolbhora Sandesh Modak is ready!
I have melted the khejur gur with a little water to make this syrup.
Keyword Indian Sweet
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