Friday, August 19, 2011

COCONUT LADOO | COCONUT LADOO WITH CONDENSED MILK


This is a special post and i wanted to make it more special by making a sweet. Coming to the reason for celebration, JEYASHRIS KITCHEN is turning 2 today.Though i wanted to try Eggless Chocolate cake, from Rak's space, who inspired and motivated me to start a blog , since i was hooked up with some personal work, i couldn’t make it. This coconut ladoo is a very simple one which i tasted in a friend’s place and the recipe is very simple one with only 2 ingredients.

coconut ladoo


INGREDIENTS:

DESICCATTED COCONUT 1CUP
CONDENSED MILK 1 CUP

coconut ladoo

METHOD:

  • In a pan mix the the desiccated coconut and condensed milk.




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  • Stir it in a medium low flame for 2 minutes.
  • Make it into small balls when it is cool.
  • Roll them over the desiccated coconut.




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  • This quantity yields approximately 11- 12 ladoos.
  • This can be done with fresh coconut too.But it will take 15-20 mins for this.
  • This ladoo can be kept in the fridge for 3-4 days.





coconut ladoo




JANMASHTAMI RECIPES.


  1. Thenkuzhal Murukku
  2. Thattai
  3. Pal Payasam
  4. Cashew and Coconut Burfi
  5. Appam
  6. Panner Payasam
  7. Parrupu Payasam
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59 comments:

  1. They look gorgeous!! I.am drooling jeyashri! Happy blog anniversary and wish you go long way :) way to go!

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  2. I too make this..looks very nice...nice clicks too jeyasri..
    n ocngrats on d 2nd blog anniversary,I wish u many more..:)

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  3. Can we use fresh coconut instead?

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  4. BTW congrats on the blog anniversary. Wishing you many more

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  5. @deesha, we can do it with fresh coconut too, but you need to stir it in the pan for 15-20 mins. with desiccated coconut it is easy

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  6. Wow Congrats !!! Keep rocking.. n this is a must to do in my list..looks cool..

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  7. cute ladoos!!! adding condensed milk is really very taste n yummy!!

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  8. congrats!happy blog anniversary!!!

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  9. Congratulations! Wishing you many more more to come...That's the simplest sweet recipe i've come across..looks very tempting

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  10. congratssss :)
    there can't be a better way to celebrate this occassion....the laddoos are looking just superb
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  11. congrads dear on ur achievements.
    coconut ladoo looks yummy and I make them quite often.Adding a dash of cardamom powder gives a nice aroma..

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  12. Happy blog anniversary...
    Coconut ladoo looks really yumm

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  13. congrats on your milestone!!! Wish you many more successful years of blogging....laddos are mouth-watering, my all-time fav.

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  14. Oh my my..I am drooling over that cute and perfect ladoos.Happy Blog Anniversary!

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  15. Looks awesome and I am drooling...

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  16. Congrats Jeyashri!! And wishing you and your blog to go a long way..Cute clicks and nice yummy post apt for the occassion...Enjoy!!

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  17. Congrats J...and this is my fav laddu too... :)

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  18. Many congrtas for your blog anniversary, The ladoos look awesome and such a delicious click.

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  19. Congrats dear!!! Nice sweet to celebrate ur blog anniversary... Keep rocking!!

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  20. wow congrats jeyashri...Wonderful ladoos,luks so tempting.

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  21. Congrats Jeyashri. Good luck.

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  22. Congrats dear ....wish you many more years of blogging ...I do same too ...but I don't cook ...will post my version sometime

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  23. Congrats jeyashri!!! And the laddos are so easy to make, so adorable looking, mouthwatering & pretty damn tempting!!!! Wanna grab them now!! and i had tried out the chocolate cake from Raks, my sis tried actually...Came out perfect..Easy to make & does not need

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  24. First of all Happy Blog anniversary.. and this is our house fav sweet. always love this sweet cute snow balls. Love the first picture.

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  25. Snow white ladoos :) looks so yummy :)

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  26. What gorgeous presentation! Laddoos look delicious!

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  27. what a beautiful summery click. lovely recipe and great presentation.

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  28. Hey Jeyashri,

    You have made your 2nd blog anniversary really special by posting this lip smacking laddoos. Congratulations dear! Wishing you to have many more years to come.

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  29. Wow..2 yrs.Thatz a great milestone in blogging world with all the pressure from the family side ;)
    Ur ladoo looks wonderful n fab and a easy dessert to make in a jiffy..

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  30. Congrats dear ~ wish you loads of success n many many more awesome years of blogging!!
    The laddos look superb n the clicks are FANTASTIC!
    USMasala

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  31. Congrats jeyashri! Happy Blog Anniversary! Ladoos looks yummy!

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  32. Looks divine and perfect.

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  33. Btw Congrats Jayashree on the blog anniversary.

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  34. Congrats dear, Keep rocking..those laddoos looks super cute and addictive..

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  35. Wishing your blog many more yummy delights. Coconut laddoo looks inviting.. :) Nice click, loved those bunch of yellow roses..

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  36. these are absolutely delicious...and wish you many many more years of blogging.

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  37. Congrats on ur milestone dear. The laddoos look so yummy and simple to make.

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  38. They are too awesome.Just love it.Happy 2nd yr anniversary.

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  39. Congrats dear, Keep rocking..those laddoos looks super cute and addictive..

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  40. thats really quick than I thought....Tempting dessert...And Congrats on ur blog anniversary

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  41. Congrats Jeyashri..lovely laddoos to celebrate the occasion.

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  42. Congrats on 2nd Blog anniversary......... wish d blog completes many more b'days n fans like us try the gorgeous recipes and take max advantage of the blog..........

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  43. I love the simplicity of this recipe. I make this once in a while and the kids love it.

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  44. and... congratulations on your 2nd birthday. Wish you many more milestones in the coming days. Hugs!

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  45. Wishing you many many more years of blogging jeyashri!

    2 eh ingredient la ivlo divine and pristine white sweet, pathatheyilla!!

    coconut and condensed milk combo will be out of the world!!

    namma oorla fresh coconut than..athula pannipakkren...If we try to dry the moisture in an oven, it will lose its white colour..:(

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  46. Very simple and delicious recipe. ladoo's look stunning

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  47. The ladoo looks awesome and simple process. Wud surely try it and tell u. good snaps too.

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  48. The 1 cup of coconut includes the coconut for the rolling part or is that separate ?

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  49. @komala: for rolling you take 2 tblsp seperately. thanks for asking. Will update in post also

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  50. Came across your blog today. V nice recipes & nice clicks. Coconut ladoos look awesome.....had been planning to make then for a long time but now i will surely try.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Do visit me at smart-snacks.blogspot.com

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  51. I tried it yest. Very nice...tasted alot like the indian colourful coconut candy.
    I added a pinch of saffron & cardamon powder. Yummy & super duper easy.
    Komala

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  52. Thanks for this easy and tasty recipe. I made it for Diwali. My friends are impressed and had been calling for recipe. :)

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  53. jeyashree
    can we use fresh scraped coconut?a request can u post some more recipes of ladoos....thanks

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    1. Hi renu,
      with fresh coconut this won't come out good. Desiccated coconut you can get in any big supermarkets in chennai. will post some ladoo recipes too. I have boondi ladoo recipe in my blog too

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  54. for rolling we can take frozen grated coconut

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    1. For rolling only desicatted coconut is recommended, as fresh coconut will get spoilt in few hours .

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  55. Happy blog anniversary jeyashri...

    http://anithacooks.blogspot.com

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  56. what a lovely pic , laddus r lukng awesome , must try recipe so simple. how to prepare condensd milk?

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    1. thanks, Never tried condensed milk at home

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