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    Coconut Aval Ladoo | Coconut Poha Balls






    Coconut burfis are one of my favorite among sweets and I can eat a whole lot of it until I feel sick. I love making variations in it and tried adding some roasted flattened rice and it became a hit at home. These tiny teeny crispy poha/aval bits made each soft bite interesting and more tasty. Try these if you like surprise crispy tit bits in each soft bite. The crispy tit bits remained crunchy for a long time but after that it lost the crispiness but still tasted so good, but if you want it crispy serve immediately after making balls out of the coconut mixture. This coconut aval ladoo needs just few minutes for preparation and also just 3 main ingredients, therefore eases your work. I have used condensed milk here and so these are tastier than you think. If interested check out my Soft Coconut Burfis.



    INGREDIENTS

    Serves 12 to 15 balls
    1. Grated coconut - From half of a coconut (weighed 150 grams)
    2. Condensed milk - 75 ml (1/2 cup) 
    3. Aval / Poha / Flattened Rice - 1/2 cup (50 grams) 
    4. Cardamom pods - 5 (or) Cardamom powder - 1/4 spoon 
    5. Ghee - 2 spoons 


    PREPARATION METHOD

    • Take aval/poha/flattened rice in  bowl and sprinkle some water to make it soft, do not pour too much water as it will become too soggy, wait a until it puffs up and become soft. Set aside. 
    • Now heat a pan add ghee and add the grated coconut into it, stir well for 2 minutes on low flame. 
    • Then add condensed milk and mix well and stir continuously for 2 minutes. Do not leave unnoticed, it will get burnt easily so keep stirring continuously. 
    • Now add the cardamom powder and stir well. 
    • Remove from flame and set aside.
    • When the mixture cools down add the poha and mix well.

    • Now grease your hands with ghee, take some of the mixture and roll into ball, do the same with the rest of the coconut mixture and serve!!


    TIP 1: The roasted poha we have added stays crisp initially for 30 minutes, but as time passes will lose its crispiness but still tastes good, so serve immediately to enjoy the crispy bites. You can avoid poha and make plain coconut burfis also.  If you add the poha when the mixture is hot it will lose its crispiness soon. I used pink colored poha/aval you can use the normal white poha also. 

    TIP 2: You can add some chopped almonds or roasted cashews also.

    TIP 3: Stir continuously throughout the making, or else the coconut mixture will easily get burnt. 



    Soft coconut burfi ladoos with some crunchy tit bits are now ready!! Serve as dessert!!


    48 comments:

    1. nice presentation divya :) love this combo always..

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    2. yummy party pleaser.love the clicks.

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    3. Divya sis,

      The ladoo looks absolutely divine. Will have to try sometime. Beautiful clicks!

      Madhavi

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    4. very interesting and delicious laddos, excellent preparation dear...beautifully presented with inviting pics...loved the last pic more...well done Divya!

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    5. This is very new to me. I like your clicks.

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    6. my fav ladoo..looks perfect and yumm...
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    7. love ur innovation divya :) Ladoo looks so lovely and ur pic are tempting me... send some ladoos to me dear....

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    8. Aval thengai lattu superpa.Mouth watering..

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    9. So easy and delicious! I love eating juicy coconut ladoos! Adding the poha is a marvelous idea :)

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    10. Cute aval ladoos.. Nice combo!!They looks delicious..
      Love all the clicks..

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    11. Lovely ladoo's....simple in making too...

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    12. Beautiful Pictures. Like your way of presenting the recipe.

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    13. Beautiful ladoos sis, such a unique recipe, love the combination of coconut, coconut milk, poha yum!!!... love to see your pretty hands ;) lucky is the man who holds them :P Happy Valentine's day to a wonderful couple...

      Hugs

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      1. What a lovely comment akka :) Thank you so sooo much!!! Hugssss :)

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    14. divyyyyyyyyyyyyyy u tempting meeeee:)love u for these laddoos:)

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    15. Wow! Aren't they cute. Good idea to prepare it as balls. Easy to pop into mouth

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    16. looks perfect and yummy... beautiful clicks

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    17. Very cute and delicious looking ladoos

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    18. Divya those laddoos are awesome....im making this....bookmarked....

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    19. Cute ladoos Divya with awesome clicks :-)

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    20. Super Divya!! Ladoos are too cool..very moisty!! love your clicks too!!

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    21. Beautiful pictures & yummy ladoo's..

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    22. hey u know first wud comment on ur hands
      they look so soft and pretty eh
      and coming to recipe looks so easy and delicious
      i love coconut barfi it tastes yum even with dessicated coconut or grated coconut
      hv to try again

      adding poha makes it real crunchy and ur pics as always amazing

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    23. Lovely lovely lovely
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    24. Beautiful clicks first of all...And what a combo in laddu...loved it Divya !

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    25. super and yummy clicks.kept some balls in fridge.surely i will come and take.yummy urundai:)

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    26. lovely combination for the laddoos, divya... hats off to your creative cooking!!! :)

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    27. cute looking delicious ladoo.

      Happy Valentines Day!!

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    28. Ladoos look simply awesome. I could store them and have them for days.
      Deepa

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    29. Mouth watering Divya...Coconut sweets are my fav too...

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    30. Lovely ladoos and beautiful combination Divya.Love to see the hands who make these beautiful recipes come alive on this space! :) Happy V day to u dear.

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    31. Wonderful pics Divy dear. Very interesting ladoo recipe, never mixmatch poha and coconut in making ladoo. Absolutely delicious.....

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    32. The ladoo looks absolutely divine. Will have to try sometime. Beautiful clicks!

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    34. super easy super delicious ladoo..

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    35. Thanks for the recipe! Looks delicious:)

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