Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Nariyal Khoya Laddoo/ Dessicated Coconut & Khoya Sweet Balls

If you are looking for an extremely easy sweets to dish out for some special occasions or else for a festival, dont forget to check this incredible Nariyal Khoya Laddoo. With just easily available ingredients and less than 5 ingredients you can roll out these incredibly delicious sweet balls in an ease. I carried unsweetened Khoya all the way from India and i have freezed them as small portions for further use. And i have been cooking with those frozen khoya portions for a while, trust me even after few months they are still prefect to dish some ultimate sweets or dishes out of them. You may wonder why i have carried those unsweetened khoya all the way from India, all because of their excellent quality. I have a friend who have her own dairy farm and she got a big packet of unsweetened khoya specially for me, how can i refuse her kind gesture. Obviously i brought them to Paris and those milk solids are ultimate to cook with.

Mawa Coconut Laddoos, Unsweetened Khoya Laddoos


I have been running this week's blogging marathon with Make a type of Sweets, and i opted for Laddoos. After two different laddoos, here comes an another easiest and simple laddoos which will definitely please your sweet tooth. With simple cooking method and easy ingredients, one can dish out these cuties with less efforts. Though i opted for stove top cooking, you can still go for microwave cooking as these laddoos are very quick to prepare as well. Unsweetened khoya aka mawa plays an important role in this laddoos. If you love coconut and mawa, then dont forget to make these cuties without any fail. I used sweetened condensed milk hence these laddoos came out extremely rich, if you want to replace condensed milk with sugar, please go with.

Khoya Coconut laddoos, Coconut Khoya Laddoo

1/2cup Unsweetened Khoya/Mawa
1+1/2cup Dessicated coconut
1 cup Sweetened condesned milk
1/4tsp Cardamom powder
Chopped almonds (as per need)

Take the khoya and sweetened condensed milk in a heavy bottomed pan, heat together until the mawa gets well mixed with the condensed milk.

Add the dessicated coconut and cook in simmer until the mixture turns thick and gets out of the vessel.

Add the cardamom powder, chopped almonds and mix well.

Put off the stove.

Khoya Laddoos with Dessicated Coconut, Nariyali Khoya Laddoos

Make medium sized balls out of the mixture. It will be hard to handle the warm mixture.

Do wait for moment until the mixture bit cool, but dont wait for a long, else dont forget to reheat the mixture in microwave oven.

Conserve the laddoos in an air tightened box.

Enjoy.

Nariyal Mawa Laddoo, Khoya Nariyal Laddoo

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12 comments:

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

This was almost my dish when I tried those ladoos recently Priya. The nattu sakkari came in between and changed the plans..heheh...even I got hold of the unsweetened khoya sold nearby and forced that guy to give me a small amount. He only sells wholesale but imagine you carrying that all way back home! too good.

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

Khoya , nariyal and condensed milk , wow ! All three together must have made this into a melt in the mouth Ladoo . They Ladoos are tempting me early morning .

Nalini's Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

This is one such simple and exotic ladoo.Love your ladoo series.

www.annapurnaz.in said... Reply To This Comment

Priya you asked to conserve ladoo in airtight container. Do you really think that these will be left to conserve... At least not in my family. We sweet lovers are going to finish these the moment these are served 😄

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

OMG! the ingredient list cannot go wrong. Fantastic blend of flavors, Priya.

Sapana Behl said... Reply To This Comment

Omg khoya and condensed milk together in the ladoo sounds heavenly, I would love to gobble these ladoos.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

I make burfi like this and they turn out so good. Love the look of these incredibly rich ladoos. They must taste fantastic. Good for you that you carried mawa all the way to Paris..

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

Love the small balls full of coconut goodness. Coconut burfi or laddoos is one dish that I make often especially when I have to take them as prasad during a satsang.

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

love these ingredients - looks so soft and the flavors must be awesome

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

The fresh khoya must have been so delicious and I am sure it was worth you carrying it all the way from India. The ladoos have come out so rich and juicy. I can almost taste it from here.

Sowmya :) said... Reply To This Comment

Coconut and khoya together is just too much temptation....your laddoos look so amazing!

Preeti Garg said... Reply To This Comment

Ladoo looks so tasty and moist.