Toffee Modak Recipe
Experience the luscious, caramel essence of toffee infused into your beloved modaks. This Ganesh Chaturthi, create a delightful treat with our Toffee Modak recipe that’s cherished by the renowned chef Ranveer Brar.
Relish the goodness of Nestlé MILKMAID as it blends with caramel, creating a uniquely delicious flavour, bringing both creaminess and intense toffee sweetness to enhance the taste of your modaks.
With a few readily available ingredients and our easy Toffee Modak recipe, you can make modaks that are not only visually appealing but also a culinary masterpiece. It's a sweet treat that will leave your taste buds yearning for more.
Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi or any special occasion with the incredible taste of Toffee Modak, effortlessly made with Nestlé MILKMAID. Try out our recipe today!
- Servings - 5
- Preparation - 15 Min
- Cooking - 20 Min
Ingredients for Toffee Modak
- 1 tin Nestlé MILKMAID
- 1 tsp Salted Butter
- 5-6 Biscuits Crumb
- 1/4 tsp Cardamom Powder
- 100 gms Sugar
- 3-4 drops Water
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- Pinch Baking Soda
- 1 tsp Everyday Shahi Ghee
- 1/2 cup Chopped Nuts
- Melted White Chocolate
How to make Toffee Modak
- Step 1: To prepare nougat for stuffing, heat a non-stick pan. Add sugar, drops of water, salt, and baking soda. Cook until sugar is caramelized. Pour it onto a tray and allow it to cool down. Crush this cooled caramelized sheet and keep aside.
- Step 2: For rest of the stuffing, heat the ghee in a pan and sauté mixed chopped nuts until light golden. Transfer the nuts into a mixing bowl, add in the prepared nougat and mix well.
- Step 3: To caramelize Nestlé MILKMAID, pour water & place Nestlé MILKMAID tin into a pressure cooker. Cover the cooker and allow it to cook for 7-8 whistles. Turn off the flame and allow to cool.
- Step 4: In another non-stick pan/kadhai, heat butter and sauté biscuit crumbs for a minute till toasted. Add cardamom powder and prepared caramelized Nestlé MILKMAID. Continue to cook until the mixture become like a nice soft dough.
- Step 5: Grease your hand with ghee and take lemon size modak dough. Put little stuffing and close it by giving shape of a modak. Dip half side of each modak into melted chocolate and keep aside to dry. Serve and enjoy!