BM #63 Day 24 -
If you are wondering what's with the name of this simple Coconut Laddu, then you have missed a lot of action this month over in our BM group.
The BMers are travelling alphabetically through cuisines and I have chosen to explore the Maharastrian cuisine. I understand that coconut forms a very integral part of the coastal maharastrian cuisine and so I thought it apt to showcase this ultra addictive, super easy and quick to make laddus.
Recipe Source here
Sweetened Condensed Milk 1/2 tin (I used Fat free)
Coconut Powder 2 cups + 1/4 cup for rolling
Milk Powder 2 Tbsp
Ghee for greasing
Method Of Preparation -
Heat a non stick pan, pour the condensed milk, coconut powder, milk powder and mix them.
Keep stirring making sure it doesn't get burnt. Also make sure the heat is on low to medium.
Stir for about 4-5 minutes until it comes together as a solid mass. Remove from heat.
While still warm, grease the palms of your hands, pinch a small lime sized portion of the mixture, shape into a smooth ball, roll in the extra coconut powder set aside for the purpose and set aside.
Continue for the remaining mixture and serve in (decorative) cup cake liners for a mess free experience.
They can be refrigerated and need to be consumed in a couple days or so.
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Preparation Time 15 min
Makes 15 Bite sized laddus