Meetha poha prasad/How to make Meetha poha


The earlier recipe i shared with you was kabuli chana prasad and now this one is meetha poha,you might have noticed how healthy and tasty these one’s are.Indirectly whatever prasad we cook after offering to god it’s eaten by us,so our ancestors knew very well what is healthy and good for the body according to the season as Ganpati comes in rainy season.As a kid when we were offered these prasad I use to love them as coming from North India we never made this poha prasad and kids are pure soul,whatever you have eaten in your childhood you do remember not all things but this prasad was awesome. Celebrating Ganpati is full of social gathering where you get to meet all whom you have known or some new one,this was the real intention of celebrating Ganpati by Freedom fighter Tilak if you all remember your history text book☺

So without further delay let’s get the recipe

Meetha poha prasad

Ingredients

  • 1 cup poha
  • 1 cup fresh grated coconut
  • 3/4 cup jaggery
  • 1 tablespoon saunth powder/ dry ginger powder
  • 1 tablespoon elaichi powder/ cardamom
  • 1 tablespoon ghee

Method

  • First make fine pieces of jaggery
  • Heat ghee in a kadhai
  • Add jagggery and let it melt
  • Once jaggery has melted completely
  • Add grated coconut and mix well
  • Then add saunth powder and elaichi powder
  • Again mix well
  • Add poha and off the flame
  • Stir well so that poha gets coated with jaggery mixture

  • Garnish with grated coconut
  • Your meetha poha prasad is ready to be offered to Lord Ganesha
  • Happy Ganesh Chaturthi
  • Until then keep exploring…..

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