Coconut laddu

Coconut Laddu I ngredients: 2 cups fresh grated coconut ½ cup Sugar ½ cup whole milk ½ tsp Car...

Coconut Laddu

Ingredients:
2 cups fresh grated coconut
½ cup Sugar
½ cup whole milk
½ tsp Cardamom Powder
2 Tbsp Almond pieces

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Method:
1) Heat a deep nonstick saucepan, add grated Coconut and milk. Let it cook on medium heat. Stir occasionally.
2) Once mixture becomes thick, add sugar and stir nicely. Mixture should not stick to the bottom, so keep stirring occasionally.
3) After 2-3 minutes add Cardamom powder and Almond pieces. Let the mixture become thick in consistency. Turn off the heat, and remove the pan from heat.
4) Once mixture becomes lukewarm, start shaping the mixture into round balls. Apply little Ghee to hand palms to make Laddus. Garnish with some Almond pieces.

Note:
1) These Laddus are very soft and delicate in texture. If you want to make them little hard, put them into airtight container and refrigerate for an hour.

Labels:
Naralache Ladu, Coconut Laddu, homemade laddu recipe, fresh coconut laddu, Ganpati recipe

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  1. I thought I left a comment here saying this is yum, and happens to be fave!

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  2. Hi Sunshinemom,
    you have posted comment on Marathi version :)

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  3. I followed the exact measurements for ladoo but when I started making balls, the coconut just wouldn't stick together and break. Can you please let me know what can be done to avoid breaking?

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  4. Hi,
    Very sorry that your laddus dint come out well.
    Put it over heat and try to make little more thick. Or next time add Condensed milk instead of Milk and sugar. Condensed milk has stickiness that will hold the coconut properly.

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  5. Hi Vaidehi,

    This is Archana. Your blog is really awsome. Good for learners and for all who loves cooking.

    One question here. Can I try this recipe with jaggery? How it sounds to you?

    Actually I'm new to the kitchen and would love to try this recipe for my husband who is very sweetu. Want to avoid sugar for his health.

    All the best for your blog. Keep writing such a nice stuff. Thanks.

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    Regards,
    Archana

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  6. Can we use jaggery instead of sugar?

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  7. hi,
    me he ladu karun pahile ani khupach chan zale hote.. thanks..

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  8. Thank you all for your comments

    Hi Archana,
    I think it will taste good, but Add jaggery according to your taste. Just take care that after heating it won't become hard.

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  9. Hi Vaidehi,
    If I am to use condensed milk instead of milk and sugar, what should be the proportion of condensed milk to grated coconut??

    Ajita

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  10. Hello Ajita

    I never used condensed milk for this recipe. However, use little amount at a time just enough to combine the mixture. cook it over low heat.

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