Microwave Mango Coconut ladoos

I am not very good at making sweets but there are few easy recipes that can be tried successfully by amateurs like me and it will definitely come out well. One is the Coconut burfis that I already posted and the second is these Mango Coconut burfis.

My kids love coconut based sweets. So I always make these instead of buying them from outside. I love the colour mango brings in this sweet.

You can make on stove top instead of microwave. Hope you all like it too. Happy cooking!

RECIPE:

Ingredients: { Makes about 20 ladoos}

2.5 Cups Desiccated coconut

1 Cup Sweetened condensed milk (about 300 grams)

1/4 Cup Mango pulp ( fresh/ tinned)

1 tbsp Ghee

1/2 tsp Cardamom powder

Step by step recipe:

1. Take all the ingredients in a microwave safe bowl.

2. Mix well using a spatula so that it turns into a even mixture.

3. Microwave on HIGH (max power) for 6 to 8 mins (check at every 2 min intervals) till the mixture cooks and resembles the below mixture. It will come together and not sticky.

Check if you can make small balls which are smooth and non sticky. If you can, the mixture is perfect. Else cook for couple of mins more.

4. Allow it to cool slightly and then make ladoos.

Notes:

* Store in an airtight container. Lasts well at room temperature for a day. Then refrigerate as it might spoil during summers.

* As every microwave is different, check at every two mins so that the mixture does not burn.

* You can also do it in a pan on stove top instead of microwave. That is how I make Coconut Burfis.

* I always make these ladoos as they are very easy. Here is a picture of the ladoos when I made them sometime back. The colour of the ladoos depend on the colour of the mangoes.

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