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Thursday, October 16, 2014

easy-coconut-ladoo
This is the easiest Diwali recipes made within 15 minutes. You can even include your kids while making this, sure will be a fun for them. I have always watched from kid the Milkmaid advertisement in which they gorgeously show Love Struck the making of coconut ladoo. From that time I used to wonder how they make and what could be the recipe. Now recently when I made kalakand, I used up only 1/2 of the tin and saw this coconut ladoo video too, so tried this coconut ladoos. Its easy to prepare and perfect for gifting too. I used desiccated coconut here, you can use fresh coconut. You have to dry roast the coconut a bit to expel the moisture, but make sure you do not change the colour of the coconut.
coconut-ladoo

Coconut ladoo recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Sweet
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 5 mins    Makes: 15

Ingredients

Milkmaid/ condensed milk - 1/2 tin

Grated coconut - 2 cups + 1/2 cup for rolling

Ghee - For greasing

Milk powder (optional) - 2 tblsp


Method

  1. In a non stick pan, add condensed milk, 2 cups grated coconut, milk powder if using.
  2. 1-coconut-ladoo
  3. Heat over medium flame and stir for 4 – 5 minutes or until the mixture turns non sticky and becomes a mass.
  4. 2-coconut-ladoo
  5. Switch off the flame and let it become warm. In a plate place the remaining grated coconut and make equal sized balls out of the mixture and roll these ladoos over the grated coconut. Grease your hands with ghee each time while rolling.
  6. 3-coconut-ladoo

Notes

    • I used desiccated coconut. If using fresh coconut, take care not to choose too young, tender coconut.
    • Avoid scraping the coconut too much with the brown part, as it will spoil the colour of the ladoos.
    • If your coconut is too moist, dry roast without changing its colour.
    • Make sure your keep the flame always in medium flame.
    • You can refrigerate the ladoos, but since coconut, consume within couple of days.

I arranged the ladoos in the mini muffin liners. Its perfect for serving as well as gift packing.
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28 comments:

  1. wov......looks very yummy and fantastic presentation

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  2. simple to make and scrumptious. clicks are too cute!

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  3. Ladoos look gorgeous, lovely clicks!

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  4. I like the aroma of dessicated coconut, nice ladoos.

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  5. Can I use nut or soy milk ..,?

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    1. Instead of condensed milk? I am afraid not, then the recipe may change. Coz, condensed milk already has sugar in it so we are not adding any sugar separately here.

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  6. Hello, I have been following your recipes and they are very good! Thnak you!

    In this one, what is the size of the condensed milk can? also, can we do this in microwave?

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  7. I wanted to make this since the time I watched in milkmaid ad when I was a kid. Thanks for uploading. Will give a try this Diwali.

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  8. hmm mouthwatering and yummy ladoo...

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  10. What is the size of the condensed milk tin?

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  11. These look fabulous!!!! coconut and condensed milk are such a lovely combo..

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  12. Please mention the measurement of condensed milk in cups or ml. Milkmaid is not available where I live..

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  13. Can i use dry coconut.?

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  14. can I use dry coconut.?

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  15. I have tried it yesterday,roasted coconut it to take the moist off.Made ladoos but it was not dry like i thot or the one we used to get in shop.Is that the ball with moist only ??

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  16. The recipe was too good. my kids loved it.delicious yet simple to make...

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  17. Raks I made these Laddos for the very first time and they turned out to be amazing .
    I am glad my kiddo loved coconut flavour!!

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  18. These are yummy.. Beautiful presentation ��
    Can you please confirm, is it a 200 or 250 ml cup for measuring the dessicated coconut?
    Thanks

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  19. I just made them with homemade condense milk...its so easy to make... my little one helped me to roll them too. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe.. Happy diwali to u and your family

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  20. Tried these laddos today. ..It was delicious. .Thank you. ..

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  21. Hi, I tried out this simple yet delicious sweet during Diwali and guess what me and my sweet was an instant hit ever where amongst friends... Loved your idea of muffin cups.. Gives a real professional look... Awesome and thanks...

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