Also called ‘cham cham’ and ‘chum chum’, this originates from Bengal. This sweet is known to be more than a hundred and fifty years old and has survived more cultural implications than we have. These are like Rasgulla, but there are two differences between chum chum and rasgulla. Firstly, while the rasgulla is served with sugar syrup, these are merely cooked in it for some time. Secondly, after being cooked in the sugar syrup, these could be stuffed with fillings made from khoya, garnished with slivered pistachios and rolled in desiccated coconut. Rasgullas are usually not filled with any kind of stuffing. In order to make chum chum, a dough is first prepared adequately and then kneaded. For that, fresh homemade cottage cheese is prepared, and excess water is soaked out. Then sugar syrup is prepared. The cottage cheese is kneaded until it is smooth and oval shaped balls are prepared. The sugar syrup is flavored with add-ons like rose water and cardamom, and the balls are cooked in it until they are almost double in size. At the last stage, a stuffing is prepared with moderate amount of sugar and the chum chum balls are slit lengthwise and filled with the khoya stuffing. Chum chum are not only delicious, but they also look pleasing to the eyes with their appealing stuffing and garnishing. We take care that we only use fresh ingredients, and engage in all the workplace safety measures while making all our sweets. Our customer’s health and satisfaction is one of our most prized possessions. You can find chum chum at our shop anytime and you can also call to have large quantities of the sweet reserved for any party you might be having at your home, for our catering services are also very satisfactory.