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Oct 172009
 October 17, 2009  Posted by at 12:55 am  Add comments
Coconut Laddu

Sweeten your mouth with home made Coconut Laddu. One of the simplest Indian Sweet to make, yet with an unforgettable taste. Nutritious with a lot fat content. Children will love them……..

Things You’ll Need:

  • Unsweetened Desiccated Coconut – 2 ½ cups
  • Nestle Milkmaid (Condensed Milk) – 1 cup
  • Home Made Ghee (Clarified Butter) – 1 tbsp
  • Raisins – 10 nos.
  • Cardamom Powder – ½ tsp
  • Vanilla Essence – 1 tsp

 Coconut Laddu

Golden Touch Steps [about 20 mins]

  1. Heat Ghee in a pan, add Raisins and stir for about 1-2 minutes, when the Raisins start getting blotted like a balloon, it is done. Remove from pan.
  2. In a separate heavy bottomed non-stick pan add 2 cups of Coconut and Condensed Milk, stir continuously till it leaves the edges of the pan, on a medium flame.
  3. Add the Raisins with the Ghee, Cardamom Powder and Vanilla essence, stir in till all ingredients are mixed well.
  4. Remove the pan and make Golf Ball sized balls of this mixture, roll into the remaining desiccated Coconut, so as to get away from the stickiness of the Condensed Milk
  5. Now your Coconut Laddu is ready to be served

Golden Touch Service :

Best for children’s Birthday parties


Do not let the Coconut mixture to get cooled totally, as this will become a sticky lump, and you will not be able to make balls out of it.

Alternatively you can use freshly grated Coconut for a traditional feel and taste.


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  12 Responses to “COCONUT LADDU”

  1. It’s so exciting that your recipe is featured in Jerusalem Post! Congratulations!

  2. Lovely – it looks, will get into kitchen before Diwali and cook. Will cashenuts splits change taste if added to raisins while cooking?

  3. using normal butter is alright, as long as it is unsalted, but remember Ghee available from Indian groceries, give out a very tempting aroma to the finished product.

  4. is it ok, if using normel butter????

  5. That is an awesome recipe to share…thanks

  6. Lovely. Based on the ingredients, I already love this.

  7. Looks easy to do, thanks for sharing the recipe

  8. I think I've seen a similar dessert before but it's made with pistachios. And look incredibly yummy.

  9. hi thanks for the comments and support…

  10. These look really nice! Great picture!

  11. Delicious ladoo..my all time fav…


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