Chef Santosh Rawat and his team of JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar, Andheri are curating boxes of handcrafted modaks that promise loads of flavours and nostalgia. Kesar mawa, rose kalakand, dark chocolate, dry fruit anjeer are a few of the flavours of modaks available.
Santacruz-based Entisi Chocolatier has been preparing two delish modak types for Ganesh Chaturthi for the past couple of years - saffron pistachio and tender coconut chocolate modaks.
From candied orange to coconut cranberry, honey nut crunch, and preserved rose and almonds (vegan), there are a bunch of exciting and creative flavours to choose from. The brand also offers sugar-free options like fig and amaranth modak and date and nut modak.
Yogisattva has introduced a limited-edition vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar-free modak menu for Ganpati festivities. The menu comprises vegan modak flavours such as coconut mango, rose besan, chocolate walnut, chocolate orange and coconut modak.
For Ganpati Festival 2021, they have introduced a unique take on the popular ukadiche modak – modak ice cream encased in a modak petal cookie and finished off with a delicious coconut-jaggery sauce.
Whether you love chocolate-based modaks, Indian-inspired ones, or the classics, The St. Regis Mumbai has got you covered with its range of handcrafted modaks.
Not exactly modaks, but cakes inspired by a rice modak is what Ether Atelier Chocolat is presenting for Ganeshotsav 2021. On offer are two cakes: Moriya Coco and Moriya Mango.
Bombay Sweet Shop's Ganpati Collection is a limited edition menu including kaju pineapple modak with a spiced jam, a gooey chocolate fudge modak with silky dark chocolate ganache, and a puran poli modak.