Saturday, 30 July 2016

Mango, Badam, Coconut Ladoo - The season of fast and feast is here !

It's the weekend, so I thought I'd tickle your taste buds with these truly moreish Mango, Badam Coconut Ladoos, beware they are sumptuous and absolutely delightful that you won't stop at one !


Time has been flying by and with a sudden close of the eye more than a half a year has gone by, I can't believe it. We know the days passes by so quickly but it seems as if the seasons are changing as quick. While we are having sunny spell here, monsoon has arrived in India and rainy season brings along so many festivals in India.


And once again it's the time of the year when so many traditional and religious fasts and festivals are lined up during the Chaturmaas ( four months of the monsoon season ). OR should I say it's 'The season of fast and Feast' !!! In this stretch of four months it's time for you to to reconnect with yourselves and celebrate abundance and with pomp.




With very cultural diversities, every region of India has their own styles  to rejoice the monsoon season, but there are some festivals celebrated and enjoyed by everyone throughout India and Indians around the globe and all these festivities calls for a profusion of traditional or modern delicacies to enjoy on your plate.  Although any kind of dishes or food you can enjoy during this festive season, but sweets adds a massive attraction to the menu.




Mango, Badam , Coconut Ladoo, ( Mango, Almond and Coconut Truffles ) are perfect to celebrate this festive season, they can be used for offerings, you can devour if you are fasting or great for giving as a gift.


After my last year's post of phenomenal Saffron, Pistachio, Coconut Ladoo , I wanted to try coconut with some other flavours, so I thought of a combination of almond, coconut and mango and I am so pleased to let you know that all the flavours in this Ladoos are marvellous, have a first bite so many flavours will explode in your mouth and your brain and heart both will congratulate you for eating such a marvellous piece of heaven !!!

What a delightful combination it is :)

If you are a not fan of coconut yet, perhaps one of these recipes might just change your mind :)



Notes :-
I have used coconut powder and kesar canned mango pulp for this recipe.




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Mango, Badam , Coconut Ladoo
Mango, Badam , Coconut Ladoo are truly moreish and it's melt in your mouth ! I describe them flawless :)
Ingredients
  • 2 cup Mango pulp
  • 1/2 cup Almond meal ( Powder )
  • 3 cup Coconut Powder
  • 1 tin Condense milk
  • 50 ml Milk
  • 2-3 tbsp. Ghee
  • 1/2 tsp. Cardamom powder
  • 1 1/2 cup ( One and a half cup ) Khoya-Mawa or milk powder
  • handful Almond and Pistachio slivers
  • 1 tbsp. Dried edible flower
Instructions
In a heavy botton kadai heat ghee.
Add coconut and almond powder, roast for 3-4 minutes on a very low heat without it going brown.
Add condense milk and combine everything. 
If it's too thick add little milk.
Cook the mixture for couple of minutes, then add grated khoya or milk powder. 
Continuously keep stirring and cooking until mixture gets thicker. 
Now add mango pulp and mix well.
Keep stirring the mixture on a medium heat, make sure the mixture doesn't stick to the bottom.
It will take about 25-30 minutes. 
Once mixture gets thicker and separates ghee switch off the heat. 
Add cardamom powder and mix well.
Transfer the mixture into another plate and let it cool completely.
Once it cools down, chill the mixture in the fridge for another couple of hours. 
Divide the mixture into equal balls, make ladoos and garnish it with almond and pistachio slivers and edible flowers.
These ladoos stays fresh for one week at room temperature. 
Enjoy !
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 20-22 pieces


















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14 comments:

  1. What a beautiful dessert and your photos are gorgeous. I would love to taste them -- I bet I couldn't stop at just one. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. I have never heard anything about Ladoos, but now I want them so bad. They look truly amazing!

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    1. Thank you unknown :) once you get chance please do try.

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  3. Your photography and recipe just awesome ! Love it. i will definetely try this recipe tomorrow !

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    1. Thank you Akyol, do let me know how it turns out for you.

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  4. I love reading about other cultures and their traditions, especially food related ones! These look amazing

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    1. Thank you Kylee..same here love to know about other cultures and traditions :)

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  5. These flavors sound wonderful! I've never had ladoo, but you've inspired me to try them!

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    1. Thank you Mary, do try when you get chance :)

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  6. Is coconut powder the same as coconut flour?

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    1. Hi , No coconut flour is very very fine. If your coconut powder is fine then you can use in this recipe. Hope this helps.

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  7. Thank you for the awesome recipe! I followed it to as is with the exception of using cashew powder instead of almond and it turned out superb. Made Diwali prasad for the temple and everyone appreciated the look as well as taste.

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    1. Thank you Avani for trying this recipe. Glad you guys liked it.

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