Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Chum Chum

CHUM CHUM

HI All,

Iam really happy today. Just wanted to share the happiness with everyone  as well. This is my 500th post. After so many trial and errors I have reached this point. I would never say Iam well versed, Iam still in the learning phase. Just now started to shape my photographic and presentation skills slowly. And Iam sure I really need to work a lot to improve my pics and contents to a highly presentable point..


This is one of most favourite recipe. When ever I go a sweet stall I never step out without having a bite of this sweet. 

I prepared this recipe with a store bought paneer. You can also try with a home made paneer as well. 






Ingredients:
For the base:
paneer - 250 gms
yellow colour - 1 pinch

For the filling:
sweetless khova - 50 gms
powdered sugar - 3 - 4 tsp
cardamom powder - 1 pinch
finely chopped cashews - 1 tsp

For the Syrup:
Sugar - 1 cup
water - 2 cups
rose essence - 1 tsp





Method:
- blend the paneer in a blender until they are soft and creamy.
(you can also make it as a dough using your hand)
- add the colour and mix well
- when the colour is all even in the paneer make a ball and roll into long rasagullas.
- make sure all the rasagullas are rolled in the same and even shape and size.
- leave them on a plate.
- meanwhile add sugar and water to a pressure pan and bring that to a boil
- when the sugar is compleletly dissolved add the essence and mix well
- drop the rasagullas into the syrup slowly and close the cooker with the lid
- put the whistle and cook that upto one whistle
- meawhile blend the khova in a blender till they are smooth
- add the sugar, cardamom powder and nuts
- mix well
- remove the rasagullas from the syrup and allow them to cool
- cut them in between like a sandwich and fill the kova mixture to the base rasagulla and cover them with the other half.
- place them on a plate and pour some sugar syrup on the top
- garnish them with cherries on the top ( I didnt have one though :( )
- serve cold.

I was able to make 7 of these Chum chums and that tasted awesome.

4 comments:

Priti said...

Congrats dear ....its a great mile stone and wish to see many more post from you ..ur pics are for sure improved a lot ...and cham cham looks so gud ...

Satya said...

Congratulations on your 500th post ... it must have been a very exciting journey... chum chum looks super and perfect for the occasion ... look forward to more wonderfull recipes in the year ahead : )

Super Yummy Recipes

Nithya said...

Congratsss on your milestone buddy... You are an expert by now :) don't be modest :) you simply rock :)

Umm Mymoonah said...

Wow! 500 is a big number, congratulations. Your chum chum looks so yummy, it has turned out really well.