Carrot Laddoo | How to make Carrot Laddoo

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By Febina Farook
Created on 12th Nov 2015
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  • By Febina Farook
    Created on 12th Nov 2015

About Carrot Laddoo

this recipe is a alot simple to make, except that it requires carrots to be chopped very finely, which requires a lot of effort and time if done manually... however if done in a food processor its really a time saver. Also, since I dint have condensed milk readily available, I made it with milk.

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  • Prep Time0mins
  • Cook Time15mins
  • Serves3People
Carrot Laddoo

Ingredients to make Carrot Laddoo

  • Carrot chopped very finely- 2 cups
  • Dessicated coconut- 1 1/2 cups
  • Condensed milk-1/2 to 3/4 tin
  • Rose water- 2 tbsp
  • Cardamom powder- 1 tsp
  • Sugar- only if you want add according to your taste
  • Ghee or unsalted butter- 2 tbsp
  • Chopped almonds to garnish

How to make Carrot Laddoo

  1. Heat a deep bottomed pan on medium low flame, add ghee or unsalted butter, saute the carrots in the ghee for about 5-10 minutes constantly.
  2. Add half quantity of condensed milk and let the carrots cook in it. Add cardamom powder and desiccated coconut and mix very well.
  3. To this add remaining condensed milk(add more if the above mentioned quantity is less) and rose water. The condensed milk quantity should be enough to mix carrots and coconut.
  4. Once all the condensed milk is absorbed well into the carrot and coconut off the flame... add some of the chopped almonds into it.
  5. Reserve some for final garnishing. Cool the mixture slightly. grease your palm with butter or ghee and make small balls out of the carrot. put some chopped almonds on top and its ready to eat.

Reviews for Carrot Laddoo (2)

Mahek Bhambania year ago
Sounds different yummy n easy to make
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anser thahiraa year ago
yummy
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