Nariyal ke Ladoo are good to be made on festivals but can be even served along with regular meals for a sweet change!
Festivities and occasions in India are incomplete without Ladoo. This is a sweet dish that finds favor across the country. Whether Besan Ke Ladoo or Churme Ke Ladoo, they are loved by one and all.
A Hindu god named Ganesha, likes Ladoo so much that on Ganesh Chaturthi, Ladoo is served to him as a Prasad. When I was a kid, I used to love eating Ladoo as well, but my favourite kind was Nariyal ke Ladoo! Every year on Ganesh Chaturthi, till date, my mom makes these and makes a jarful for me as well. Soft and subtly crunchy,
These ladoos made with desiccated coconut. It is very easy to put together, does not require any deep frying, and can be stored in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.
For garnishing, Nariyal ke Ladoo, I have used almond but you could even use pistachios or cashews if you like. Pack it for your kid’s picnic or wrap it for your tiffin, this is a treat no one can help but just eat with admiration. Here’s a super simple for making Nariyal ke Ladoo instead of buying the ready made ones! Read on:
Nariyal Ke Ladoo
- 1 tablespoon Ghee
- 1 cup Coconut powder (Keep some extra for rolling)
- 2 cups Milk
- ½ cup Condensed milk
- ¼ cup Sugar
- ½ teaspoon Cardamom powder
- Almond slivers to garnish
- Heat ghee in a heavy bottom pan.
- Add 1 cup coconut powder and fry for a minute on medium heat.
- Add milk and condensed milk.
- Cook till all the milk has reduced.
- Add sugar and cardamom powder.
- Cook till the mixture is very thick and starts to leave the sides of the pan.
- Remove from heat and let it cool for 10-15 minutes.
- Make small ladoos from the mixture and roll them in the coconut powder.
- Garnish with almond slivers.
Its look like the “besinhos de coco” from brasil!
Thanks for your recipe!
Have a nice week!
they sound yummy!
These are my everytime fav.. but I hardly get them this perfect in binding.. you have done a great job here:)
Yummy! Did you use dry coconut (gola) or the other one?
Can you use coconut flakes?
Yes. You can grind them in a blender to make a powder.