About this recipe:This is a coconut, khoya mouth-watering sweet no one can resist. You'll never guess from its taste how easy it is to make! Narkoler nadu is very commonly used for pujas as a prasad and for me it is associated with fond memories of childhood. As usual there are many variations, but this is how it is made in our family.
Grate coconut and grind without water.
Knead khoya well. Make some peas-size balls.Keep aside.
Stir fry the ground coconut in a kadhai over high flame heat, mix in sugar and the condensed milk.
When the mixture dries a little, mix in the milk powder and green cardamom powder. Keep stirring continuously.
When it starts to leave sides of the kadhai, take off from heat, let it cool a little. Divide into marble sized pieces, put one khoya ball in each. Roll in to smooth balls. Decorate each with a raisin.