Friday, March 27, 2009

Wishing you a very happy Ugadi with my Cham Cham !





MCC 2009 2nd prize award

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and The click



Wishing you all my blogger friends and readers a Happy Ugadi filled with joy and prosperity .

Folks, some good news to share on this occasion .. Recently won the 2nd prize in Mega Click Contest conducted by Gayathri. I am very thankful to Gayatri for giving me such a wonderful opportunity to participate and choosing my click to 2nd place. And thanks to my husband who got me this wonderful camera of course ...hehe and my lucky charm Ananya (2 years old) my sweet cutie pie she was soo behind that flower, that day it took almost an hour to take one pic as she was grabbing that capsicum flower .. :-)

So i celebrate Ugadi with my award and also by sharing Bengali sweet cham cham recipe.

This sweet is made of home made paneer ,sugar and rose water .Was thinking of Priya's pink color food when i saw a cham cham pack at a indian groicery shop. Soon the thought became the reality! so here is the fresh Cham Cham with refreshing pink ... enjoi,... folks ..Happy ugadi once again . !!

Ingredient's:

1/2 gallon milk

1tbs lemon juice

1 cup sugar

3 glass of water

1/2 tsp corn starch (Optional)

1/2 tsp rose water

pinch of pink food color

Dry coconut powder


Method :

1)Boil the milk in medium high ,when it starts boiling add lemon juice and mix it well ,now milk will start to curdle.Switch of the gas and let it get set for 10 minutes .

2) Strain in to a cloth and make like a big knot and hang it in for 1/2 hour .

3)When all the water is drained ..take the mixture in the pan (step1) in to the bowl and mix it well ..to make a smooth paste .

4) Then add little food color and mix it well .(I have used pink color ).

5) Divide the dough in to small equal parts and make oval shaped balls and set aside (Pls make make sure the balls are smaller in size as it would become double in size once you add sugar and water)

6) Take a large pan , put sugar and water, mix it well .When it starts boiling add rose water and put all the oval shaped cham cham(pannir rolls) cover the pan and let that cook for 10 -15 minutes .Switch off the gas and and let it cool down for another 10 minutes and then take out the cham cham and refrigerate that for at least 1/2 hour .

7)Put dry coconut powder in the plate and roll over the cham cham or garnish with any dry fruits ..of your choice .Enjoi

I am sending this to FIC: Pink/Rose - March 31st event started by Sunshinemom and hosted by priya.

39 comments:

Sakshi said...

It looks so beautiful..pink and all...eye candy..I see that U r in Boston..so hoping to get some info abt Indian Stores around here..I need to search out from some Indian ingredients for my kitchen :)
Happy Ugadi to u and family

Priya said...

Wowow Mangala..wat a terrific colour n tempting cham cham...u r tempting me a lot...Thanks for sending to FIC...Hugs!!..COngrats for winning the MCC..Happy ugadi dear!

Vani said...

Congrats on the win, Mangala! I remember that picture with pretty veggie flowers. Loving the cham cham. They look delicious!

Asha said...

Hi Mangala,
Thanks for the yummy Cham Cham!
My kids are really going to love it(may be just needed to change the color). Wish you and
your family "Happy Ugadi".
-- AshaSuresh.

Superchef said...

Happy Ugadi to you too!! and that Cham Cham looks soo delicious!! and ohh..congrats for winning the MCC!!!

Sathya Sankar said...

congrats mangala ! happy ugadi to you too.
Cham cham looks delicious, never heard of it before.

Priti said...

WOW cham cham looks so delicious...reminding me of ABB....Congrats on your winning...:)

vikram said...

WOW ! superrrr cham cham !!! Nodire hange gulum maadbidana kaanta iddu :)

Bhawna said...

Hi Mangala, Cham Cham looks good, congratulations for winning the MCC. Ur winning click is really good

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks Sakshi ..hey recently moved here ..soo need to know more about the place :).Thanks for the comments:)
Thanks Priya :) That was quick reply Thanks for hosting :)
Thanks Vani Keep visiting :)
Asha ...hey Thanks for the comments ..I am glad that u liked it :)

Mangala Bhat said...

=>Superchef ..Thanks for the wishes and comments
=> Priti ..Thanks dear keep visiting :)
=>Satya sankar :Thanks u soo much ..yeah ! new for me either ..tried first time
=>Vikram: hey Thanks .a bunch .Wow ! ista aagtana ..but nodalaste cholo kantu astella cholo aagtille heheh .

Madhumathi said...

Congrats on your winning !
The cham cham looks so cute..
Happy Ugadi to you n your family :)

Mangala Bhat said...

Thanks madhumati :) happy ugadi to u too :)

Priya Sriram said...

How wonderfully presented dear! This click is awesome too! :)
Congrats for the award! Wish you more n more the way!!
Happy Ugadhi to you too!

Lavanya said...

amazing mangala..really i love it..nice color n nice pic..Happy ugadi dear :)

Mangala Bhat said...

Thank U soo much for the wishes and comments priya and lavanya:)keep visiting :)

sowmya aneesh said...

Mangala wish you a very happy ugadi.thanku you so much for sharing such a nice recipe.its sooooooooo tempting Mangala & you do such a wonderfull presentation .hats of to your effort....

Sushma said...

beautiful Mangala, it is looking like a pretty flower.
Also, congrats for the well deserved prize, that was very creative indeed :)

Madhuram said...

That's really such an enticing color Mangala. The recipe is also very simple. I'm definitely trying these.

Suparna said...

Hi Mangala,
lovely pic! and a deserving award! congratulations!
Those cham chams look so juicy and well prepared :) thanks for the easy recipe.
Enjoy the award and have a wonderful weekend dear!
TC

sulekha said...

Hi mangala....wow!!!it looks sooooo tempting ur presentation is gr8!! will definitely try this recepie.

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

cham looks so pretty in pink. wish i cud taste it.. and yeah i missed u too dear :(
congrats on the award...those pics are worth a prize.

Mangala Bhat said...

Ohh ..wow ! Thanks >>Maahi Thanks
=> Sulekha ....is that u Thanks for stopping by ...Thanks soo much :)Keep visiting :)

Varsha Vipins said...

Hope you had a great Ugadi Mangala..:)
Thats a gorgeous sweet..love pink..:)
Congrats on your award..:)

Arch said...

Nice entry and congratulations on the award !! Lovely capsicum flowers :)

Usha said...

Loved the pretty in pink cham cham...congrats on the win and Happy Ugadi to you !

Vishali said...

wow Cham Cham....rocks !

Belated Ugadi wishes....:)

DEESHA said...

wow the color is soo pretty Mangala .. nice dish .. Ugadi Habbada shubhashayagalu

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Cham Cham looks very delicious.I am going to try this recipe soon:).

Soumya said...

great mangala!!!looks really tempting!

Smitha said...

Congrats. That sweet looks so cute:)

thandacool said...

nagakke timbale battu horatu madale battille. cholo cholo photo hakidde. hotelge hopade. egale
-nagaraj mattigar

Smitha said...

Hey,
I saw a feed of your potato nest in my dashboard. But once i clicked on it, I'm getting only the cham cham post.Please check whether your feeds are working. thank you.

Shree said...

cham cham looks delicious.. my mouth is watering. The rose on top is very very cute. Happy Ugadi to you and your family

Mangala Bhat said...

thanks everyone :)

Meenal Mehta said...

those pictures are pieces of heaven :) love them. Congrats on the well deserved win:)

happy belated Ugadi

SMN said...

thats so yum mangala..

Deepa Hari said...

Thank you for stopping by and for the lovely words Mangala...Love the pinky cham cham....looks great.

Congrats on winning Dear....capsicum flower is very creative and nice click.

Sunshinemom said...

Such a lovely cham cham Mangala! It looks like a frozen dessert:). Thank you for participating!