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Chum chum recipe

Try this delicious Bengali sweet called Chum Chum! It's a soft, moist, and juicy dessert made with milk and sugar. The Serve it chilled and enjoy the great texture and flavors.

8 cups milk 2 tablespoon vinegar 1 ½ cup sugar 4 cups water 4 tablespoon khoa goya/ Mava 1 teaspoon sugar 6 strands saffron 3 tablespoon pistachios chopped

INGREDIENTS

Bring 8 cups of milk to a boil, add 2 tablespoons of vinegar, stir and let the milk curdle for 1-2 minutes.

STEP 1

1

Transfer the curdled milk to a colander lined with cheesecloth, rinse in running water, and squeeze out excess water.

STEP 2

2

Pulse the drained milk in a blender until it forms a smooth dough. Divide into 10 portions and shape them into small ovals.

STEP 3

3

Boil 1 ½ cups of sugar with 4 cups of water. Slide the oval shaped dough into the boiling syrup and cook for 6 minutes on each side. Stuff with khoa goya, saffron, and sugar. Chill.

STEP 4

4

1. Use freshly grated coconut for enhanced flavor. 2. Soak chum chum in sugar syrup for a moist and sweet texture.

COOKING TIPS

1. Rasgulla: A popular Indian sweet dish made with fresh cheese balls soaked in a sugar syrup. 2. Gulab jamun: Deep-fried milk solids dumplings soaked in a sweet syrup, often served as a dessert. 3. Rasmalai: Soft cheese balls soaked in a creamy, saffron-flavored milk syrup, garnished with chopped pistachios. 4. Jalebi: A crispy, pretzel-shaped sweet pastry soaked in sugar syrup, enjoyed as a snack or dessert. 5. Gajar halwa: A delectable dessert made with grated carrots, milk, sugar, and garnished with nuts.

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