Monday, 21 September 2015

Easy Coconut Ladoo with Condense Milk/ Nariyal ke Ladoo/ Within 15 minutes/ Ganesh Chaturthi Special

Easy Coconut Ladoo with Condense Milk/
Nariyal ke Ladoo/
Within 15 minutes/
Ganesh Chaturthi Special

Hi Friends,
I am here again with a modak/Ladoo recipe which is more easier then my earlier post of Rava Coconut Ladoo which i made day before yesterday. If your ingredients are ready it will take hardly 15 minutes to make all the ladoos. You can increase the quantity and get more Ladoos. Just keep in mind that if you are in a humid or hot place then keep them in fridge as they will be spoiled. Keep them in fridge and consume within 2-3 days. But i assure you that it will not last that longer :). So here we go with the recipe. 

Coconut Shredded- 1 cup+1 tsp for garnishing
Condense milk- 1/2 cup (less or more)
Milk- 1 tbs
Ghee/Clarified butter- 1 tbsp
Kesar/Saffron- few threads
Raisins or any other dry fruit- 1 tbsp

Quantity - You will get 10 medium size ladoos

Take your all ingredients 

Soak saffron strands in 1 tbsp warm milk

Mix it and leave aside for few minutes

Take a Kadai/Pan 

add shredded coconut
keep one tsp separate for garnishing

start roasting it

 it will turn brown in 1-2 minute

add condense milk

mix well

keep one tsp saffron milk separate and  
add rest of it in the cooked coconut

keep on stirring 

it will start leaving the sides then add raisins and remove from heat
Let it cool a bit

You can use all these ingredients for garnishing

When it is still warm take a portion

No need to grease your hands 
as it already has so much oil/ghee in it

Shape it like a modak
you can shape them in round shape too

Now keep it in the shredded coconut

sprinkle some coconut on it

Now time for final touch

dip your finger in saffron milk

and dot it on the top

lay a kesar/saffron strand on it

Modak are ready to offer to Ganesh ji

  1. You can use freshly grated coconut. I used store bought packet of shredded one.
  2. Shape Ladoos when its still warm else it will be difficult to shape them.
  3. It is optional to cover or sprinkle shredded coconut for garnishing. I did only one modak as my family did not like it.
  4. You can use any of the dry fruits like cashew, almonds etc.
  5. Instead of making modak shape you can simply roll them and make simple ladoos.
  6. Please keep them in fridge (not freezer) and enjoy within 2-3 days.





  1. Oh yummy yummy! this looks so good. I love these kind of easy but so full of flavor dishes! Indian food