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Modhaks have been a traditional food made during Ganesh Chaturthi. They are called as Modhak in North India and kozhukattai in South India. Modhaks are made by mixing the Modhak rice flour with ample amount of water and salt to make dough. Then this dough is shaped into pitted forms and filled with coconut and jaggery mixture. These Modhaks are then steamed in an idly steamer and served hot as a sweet. The filling can be made with Chana dal and jaggery as well.
You can make a salty and hot version also!