Nariyal Laddu

By Chef Rukhsar S

Preparation Time : 3 Hrs

Tags: Maharashtrian


Serves 1/2 kg

Nariyal (Coconut) Laddu is a traditional Indian homemade sweet ball made from coconut, cardamom powder, sweets, and milk (optional).

Categories: All Delicacies, Desserts Delicacies, Veg Desserts,
About the Dish

Nariyal Laddu, also called Nariyal Nakru, is a Maharashtrian delicacy. It’s sweet treat, that gains demand during festive times like Diwali or Ganesh Chaturthi. Nariyal laddu is a originates from the South, mainly the Chola region, as soldiers carried it with them during war. People also associate laddus with mythology, especially with Lord Krishna and Lord Ganesh. Our chef uses her traditional recipe to pepare this amazing sweet treat, which makes it healthy and delicious.

How to Eat

The best way to eat it, is by itself, that is, without any accompaniments. The laddu can be enjoyed at room temperature and can be stored in a cool dry place for three days. It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed as a snack any time of the day.

About the Chef

Chef Rukhsar S