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Easy Coconut Ladoo With Condensed Milk

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Easy coconut ladoo with condensed milk and the the best part is it just takes 5 minutes to make these coconut ladoos. This is my kind of making Diwali sweets, quick and easy with just 2-ingredients!

Diwali is just around the corner and I wanted to make something quick and easy for my kids; so while going through amma's old recipe box, I came across this recipe cutout which amma has cut and sticked on a paper sometime in the 1970s; I was thrilled when I scrolled down the recipe and wanted to hug amma for saving this "vintage recipe from milkmaid".



Step by Step Method:
Yield: 30 balls.

Add desiccated coconut powder into a nonstick pan or greased iron skillet.

Add in one tin of condensed milk.

Mix well. Heat the pan and put the flame to low (since I used skillet and heat retention is high; lowest flame worked fine for me) if you are using non stick pan, put the flame to medium. Mix nicely for 3-4 minutes. (careful that the underside does not get burned and the coconut is browned).

It will roll into a non sticky mass within 3-4 mins.

Grease your hands and roll into balls. Then roll each one with the kept aside desiccated coconut powder.


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Easy Coconut Ladoo With Condensed Milk


PREP TIME: 1 min    |  COOK TIME: 5 mins    |  AUTHOR::
  coconut ladoo  

  INGREDIENTS

  • Desiccated Coconut Powder: 250 gms
  • Condensed Milk: 1 tin
  • 1 tsp ghee for greasing


  METHOD:

  1. Keep aside 50 gms of coconut powder.
  2. Into a non stick pan or greased cast iron skillet, add in 200 gms of coconut powder.
  3. Pour the condensed milk and mix it well.
  4. Heat the pan and put the flame to medium. Mix the mixture for 3-4 minutes.
  5. Soon it will become non sticky and form into a mass.
  6. Switch off the fire and while it is still warm. Roll out into small balls.
  7. Roll each one in the kept aside desiccated coconut.

NOTES

  • It took just 3-4 minutes on low flame for me to make this.
  • Grease your hand with ghee while rolling, so that it does not stick and gives a nice finish.

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Comments

  1. So quick and easy with just 3 ingredients! A brilliant sweet recipe, Nisa.

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  2. Yum Nisa, so easy and they look delicious

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  3. I have tried this and absolutely loved it... looks so good...

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    1. Thank you Rafeeda for coming back with the feedback, so glad that you enjoyed the ladoo.

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  4. Super easy Nisa just my kind too. Will definitely make it this diwali. Happy diwali to u and yr family.

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  5. wow liked this recipe. so easy.
    especially that vanitha cut out. even thecolour of the paper is so orangy as it says how old the paper is.
    kudos to amma for keeping it safe.

    by the way desdicated coconut powder is not the scraped conut alle.I have seen it in some supermarkets. but was wondering what to make with it. now I know thanks chechhi. will uodate you once I made it

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    1. yes, in am on a hunt for all these vintage recipes :) ....desiccated coconut powder is not freshly scraped coconut....try it and thanks a ton for stopping by :)

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