9799692b348 Nivedhanam: Easy Coconut and Pistachio Laddu

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Easy Coconut and Pistachio Laddu

Sweets – the word brings smile to many faces.. Doing sweets at home is a challenge many times as most of the Indian Sweets are tedious. However some sweets that are quick, easy and tasty brings smile to the person cooking it..  Especially when it looks like a lot of effort being put in, but can be done in less than 15 minutes.. Mix, cook for 5 minutes, cool, roll and serve!. vola that is easy.. Perfect for sudden guests, parties, actually for any occasion. I got this recipe from here. This makes around 18 laddus.
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Sanjeev Kapoor (Khana Khazana) said – “you start to cook with condensed milk and then you do not make the recipe but eat the condensed milk by itself, then also it is fine… “ – This is not the exact phrase, but he said something similar to this. This is so true!!!!

Ingredients
Sweetened Condensed Milk - 1/2 tin - 200 grams
Coconut - 1 3/4 cup (grated)
Pistachio Essence - 2 drops
Pistachio - 3 table spoons (chopped) + 3 table spoons (chopped)
Saffron - A pinch
Warm Milk - 1 table spoon


Method
Put saffron in warm milk for 3 minutes
In a heavy bottom pan, add together condensed milk, saffron milk mixture and coconut and cook on slow flame for around 3 to 5 minutes until the mixture leaves the sides and comes together. You need to stir continuously to avoid burning.
Once the mixture leaves the sides and comes together, add the essence and 3 table spoons of the chopped pistachio and remove from heat and mix it well
Once little cool to touch (not completely), make small laddus and roll it over the chopped pistachio and make tight balls
It will get more tight as it cools
Serve!

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Sending this to my own event – Anniversary event, Priya's Olympics Games Event, Jagruti's event ,  Bookmarked Entries - Jacqueline from Tinned Tomatoes as host and mention Ruth from Ruth's Kitchen Experiments as founder of the challenge, Chef Mirelle's "Taste of the Tropics - Sugarcane", Pari's preschooler snacks, brain child of Nithu's Kitchen, Jagruti's page, Month Of Shravan,  Vardhini's Diwali BashCelebrate - Indian Sweets , Surabhi's let's party, Preeti's page
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10 comments :

  1. Oh my god, Sowmya thanks for sending many entries to the event am hosting for, everything looks amazing,seriously droolworthy.. thanks a ton again.

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    1. Thanks for your comments Priya. Happy to join the event!!

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  2. Oh these look delicious! I have always wanted to try laddu!

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    1. Thanks.. Try these and you will be very happy you did it.

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  3. These look great. I am not a big fan of sweets and as you said, Indian sweets are tedious :0 This looks easy especially for larger gatherings. May I ask if you used freshly grated coconut or unsweetened dessicated coconut?

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    1. Hi Rupa, I used freshly grated coconut..

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  4. Very nice,new to me. sounds simple and good :)

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  5. Nice presentation. Plate matches the ladoos :). Thx for linking.

    Vardhini
    Event: Diwali Bash
    Event: Halloween and Squash Fiesta

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  6. Awesome recipe thanks for linking this in my event

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  7. This laddu is so easy to make and rich and elegant too!

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