Paneer prepared with 4 cups or 1 liter of whole milk
2 cups of sugar
5 cups of water
Ingredients for Different Serving Options :
1 tbsp sliced pistachios
2 tbsp coconut – finely shredded
2 cups whole milk
2 tbsp sugar
1/8 tsp cardamom powder
Nothing looks more appetizing or inviting than a platter of chum chum. Chum chum is a much-loved Bengali dessert served during festivals like Diwali. This dish comes in a variety of colors ranging from light pink and yellow to white. It is typically shaped like an oval and covered with coconut shavings or powder. These treats are bite-sized and easy to prepare. So you don’t have to wait for Diwali. Simply make some today!
While sugary treats are not healthy when consumed in excess, you can certainly have a piece or two of chum chum for a quick energy boost.
How to make Chum Chum
Note: If the paneer is too crumbly, add a teaspoon of water.
Note: Use a large pan as the paneer balls will double in volume while cooking in the syrup.
There are over 13,000 types of coconut.