1 ½ cup tender coconut water
1 cup tender coconut pulp
¼ cup sugar
½ chopped tender coconut pulp
150 ml coconut milk
250 ml milk
2 crushed cardamoms
Step 1 – Heat a pan and boil the milk on a medium flame. Add sugar and let it simmer until it’s reduced to half. Switch off the flame and let the condensed milk cool.
Step 2 – Mix the tender coconut pulp with tender coconut water, and grind it until it is smooth.
Step 3 – Add this tender coconut paste to the condensed milk and stir well. Add the crushed cardamom and coconut milk for flavour.
Step 4 – Add the chopped tender coconut bits and mix well. Refrigerate and serve chilled!
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