vacanaṁ madhuraṁ caritaṁ madhuraṁ
vasanaṁ madhuraṁ valitaṁ madhuraṁ
calitaṁ madhuraṁ bhramitaṁ madhuraṁ
madhur-ādhi-pater akhilaṁ madhuraṁ
Wishing one and all a wonderful Janmastami Celebration! On this occasion I thought of making kobbari ladddu as naivedyam. I would like to share the same recipe with you all here and an image of the yummy laddus I have made. It just took me about 20 min. and hope this quick and easy sweet recipe will come handy for you too, when you like to enjoy a quick treat.
4 cups grated coconut (endu kobbari)
½ cup almonds toasted and powdered
400 g sweetened condensed milk
½ tsp elaichi powder (cardamom)
Mix the condensed milk and 3 ½ cups grated coconut and heat in a pan while constantly stirring on low flame. Slowly stir in the almond and elaichi powders and keep mixing for 5-6 mins until the mixture thickens. Take off the flame and make laddu shaped balls with palms greased with ghee. Roll the laddus in the rest of grated coconut. Laddus are ready to serve.
Makes about 20 laddus
You can add any other toasted nuts such as cashews, pistachios, walnuts etc. of your choice to combine the desired flavor.