Mango malai chum chum | How to make Mango malai chum chum

By Shashwatee Swagatica  |  6th Feb 2018  |  
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About Mango malai chum chum Recipe

It's a very famous dessert in Bengal. I have given it a twist by adding mango rabdi on top. Easy to prepare and delicious to taste.

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Mango malai chum chum

Ingredients to make Mango malai chum chum

  • Milk 1litre
  • lemon juice 1/2of a lemon
  • sugar 1 cup
  • sooji 2tsp
  • pista few
  • kesar few strands
  • For rabdi-
  • Milk 1cup
  • Condensed milk 1/2cup
  • mango 1

How to make Mango malai chum chum

  1. Make chhena from 1ltr full cream milk by curdling with lemon juice.
  2. Add sooji and knead well.
  3. Make small balls and stuff a small piece of pista & 2strands of kesar, again make balls and flatten them a little.
  4. Add sugar and 3cups of water in a pressure cooker. When it comes to boil add few kesar and put the chenna balls. Cover and wait for 1 whistle. Then simmer and cook for 7/8mins.
  5. Cool the cooker under water and take out the Chum Chum from the sugar syrup.
  6. Rabdi- Boil milk and when reduce to half, add condensed milk and cook till all combines well.
  7. Switch off and add puree of a mango.
  8. Cool down both Chum Chum and rabdi.
  9. Take 1 chum chum, place rabdi on top & garnish with chopped pista, kaju & kesar. Serve.

My Tip:

Always use fresh home made chhena for better result.

Reviews for Mango malai chum chum (2)

Esther Samuel5 months ago


Ruchi Gaur9 months ago

Tasty and healthy breakfast recipe.

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