Cham Cham is a popular and traditional North Indian dessert recipe. Made on festive occasions like Holi, Diwali and Durga Puja, this dessert recipe comes in numerous variations and flavours. Try this easy dessert recipe!!!
Ingredients of Cham Cham
How to make Cham Cham
For making this famous dessert recipe, heat 3 to 4 cups of water in a pan over medium flame.
Add sugar and stir well until fully dissolved.
When it has reached a syrup consistency, add the edible food colour (yellow) and stir.
The sugar syrup should not be too thick and has to be of thin consistency. Reduce flame.
Mix paneer and maida in a bowl. Make small balls and shape them into the oval shape.
Gently drop these into the sugar syrup and simmer for a few minutes. Switch off the flame and remove.
When the syrup has cooled down a bit, remove the cham-chams and place them on a plate.
Mix cardamom powder and condensed milk in a bowl. Spread this over the cham-chams.
Garnish with crushed pistachios. Serve at room temperature or chilled.