Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Coconut Balls

I had made coconut balls using condensed milk and rolled it in chocolate....ahhh...it had tasted superb...Later I had seen this recipe in Priya's blog...immediately I fell in love with that...I was sure of the taste but more than that the color attracted me....There is nothing great to change in it...I just felt that a few nuts would increase the taste...so added bits of fried cashew and was not wrong doing so..Anyways its a great sweet...Thanks Priya..:) 






Dessicated Coconut -2 cups(unsweetened)
Condensed milk-1 cup
Rose syrup-1 tbsp
Cardamom powder-1/2 tsp
Cashew nuts-1 tbsp
Ghee-1 tsp


Method Of Preparation:
1. Heat ghee in a non stick pan and fry the cashews, break them to small pieces and keep aside.
2. In another nonstick pan boil the condensed milk,rose syrup and immediately add the dessicated coconut.
3. Cook till the mixture  comes from sides of pan,then add cardamom powder along with broken cashews and mix well and remove from heat.
4. When  medium warm roll to medium sized  balls and roll over dessicated coconut.
5. Serve or store them in airtight box. I refrigerated remaining in airtight box.






73 comments:

  1. hmmm yummy and delicious..

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  2. that does look very yummmy....

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  3. Beautiful ! loved the color of the ladoo

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  4. Thanks a lot dear for trying, cute balls tempts me a lot..

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  5. wow..reshmi, this looks so perfect and yummy....you made me drool with those clicks. all the ingredients required for this recipe is available in my kitchen right now...so gonna try it for sure..:)

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  6. Cute looking coconut balls .... sweet treat !!

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  7. dessicated coconut balls looks delicious.

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  8. yummy ladoos..fist time here.glad to follow you :-)
    visit mine when time permits
    http://juls-tryntaste.blogspot.com/

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  9. Super-tempting coconut balls..Njanum ethu bookmark cheythittundarunnu, ennelum try cheyyanam..

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  10. coconut balls looks perfect delicious ones.

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  11. These look so cute.I also tried making this and it was delicious as you said.Next time will add some nuts like you did.

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  12. Yummy coconut balls..Loved it.

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  13. Can't wait to try this soon..saving this recipe..looks beautiful..

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  14. they look pretty, must be yummy!

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  15. Beautiful and delicious coconut ball..loved the clicks.

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  16. WOW...loved the light pink color...they luk delicious and simple to make...

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  17. I tasted these coconut balls in a potluck! its rich and yummy!

    Clicks are superb Reshmi!

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  18. Wowwwww....mouth watery!!!

    Reshmi can I get your mail ID plz

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  19. wow very cute balls !! Loved the color !!

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  20. that is very quick and would taste so yummy.

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  21. nice colour and perfect clicks. Are u using the new camera??? Belated anniversary wishes dear.
    The black forest cakes looks so yummy and looks professionally baked.

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  22. Awesome... There is an Award Galore waiting for you in my blog... Please accept it following this link http://atastychallenge.blogspot.com/2011/05/awards-and-thank-you-note.html

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  23. Thanks everyone...
    @suhaina: Started experimenting with it also...:)

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  24. Coconut balls looks delicious and yummy.tempting omes
    South Indian Home

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  25. Wow ~ they look adorable! Cute clicks :)
    US Masala

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  26. Yummy balls and lovely click..

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  27. Hmmmm so tempting and beautiful balls...

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  28. coconut balls look delicious and very cute

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  29. Coconut balls look so yummy and inviting.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  30. They look lovely and am sure are delicious too..

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  31. O yea, the color is too tempting! I too have done this sweet minus the rose syrup and nuts. This looks even more delicious and just the way I'm gonna try it next time!!

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  32. Cute balls! It looks very yummy! Nice colour too...

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  33. coconut balls look awesome! will sure try this one out

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  34. wow reshmi...love dat...wud love tomake it on a festive time

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  35. Cute & delightful!! I make em with chocolate flavor but adding rose makes it more yummy!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  36. My fav....I love this and adding the colour is nice idea

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  37. Aaah! pretty pink laddos..simply irresistible!

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  38. Thank you for stopping by my blog, Rashmi. I remember seeing these on Priya's blog too....they look scrumptious.

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  39. Looks so yummy and delicious...nice pics

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  40. Lovely color..must have tasted great as well :-)

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  41. Beautiful. I love the color!

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  42. Reshmi, love the oink coloured coco balls..Love the presentation as well

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  43. looks jolly good - nice looking balls !

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  44. Beautiful pink color, very tempting! Looks incredibly easy to make!!!

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  45. pretty lil pink things...im sure they tasted awesome

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  46. looks yummy, tempting me..

    Prathima Shivraj
    http://tastyvantalu.blogspot.com/

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  47. My husband is a big fan of coconut so I bet he would love them!

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  48. yummy and looks so tempting ... lovely clicks .....

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  49. I bookmarked this one from priya's blog too and have been meaning to make it - thanks for the reminder :) It has come out absolutely deliciously!

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  50. that looks so delicious Reshmi!!! i should say its so cute :)

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  51. Hai Reshmi ,
    I am passing on an award to u, do come an collect it from my blog

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  52. Last pic is so pretty and so are the sweet!

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  53. We make a coconut laddoo with jaggery, did post this recipe sometime back. Yours looks real yum.

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  54. Just loved the v look of it ..going to try this soon:)..thanks Priya for the amazing recipe:)

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  55. Aww.. Looks adorable.. very beautifully presented.. such an easy treat.. bookmarked !

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  56. Woww. they look soo cute Reshmi. Awesome :D

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  57. Çok nefis gözüküyorlar:)
    Ellerinize sağlık..
    Türkiye'den sevgilerimle..

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  58. wow these look so cute and almost same recipe, strange :-) anyways i love your color of ladoos nice pinkish ones... too good and they taste amazing

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  59. Love the color! You should enter these in my Power of Pink Challenge for a chance to win a $100 donation to the charity of your choice: http://www.beantownbaker.com/2012/10/5th-annual-power-of-pink-challenge.html

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