Channar Puli - Paneer Gulab Jamun

Channar Puli, or Paneer Gulab Jamun, popular and famous sweet delicacy hails from the Indian region of Bengal, similar to irresistible Gulab Jamun made with Paneer. They look exactly like Gulab Jamun, which are made with Mawa or Khoya, but these guys are made with Paneer and condensed milk.















Here is my Holi recipe - Shahi Tukda/Tukra 












I chose Channar Poli for Holi, because first thing my family loves Gulab Jamun to the core, whether it's Gulab Jamun, Kala Jamun or Sweet Potato and coconut Jamun, also these can be prepared in advance, stay fresh for almost a week, so you can enjoy Holi day fully.











You will need:-


  • 100 ml Condensed milk
  • 125 Homemade grated paneer 
  • Oil to fry
  • 3-4 tbsp. Plain flour 
  • 1/4 tsp. Baking Powder
  • 1/2 tbsp. ghee
  • 1/2 tsp. crushed cardamom 
  • 2 cup sugar as the sugar we get here not too sweet 
  • 300 ml water 
  • Pistachio slivers and dried red rose petals to garnish ( Optional ) 
Method:-
Bring paneer to room temperature if it was left in the refrigerator.
In a big bowl add condensed milk, paneer, plain flour, baking powder and combine well till you get sticky but smooth paste. 
Leave it aside for 20-25 minutes.
Meanwhile prepare sugar syrup, in a wide pan place sugar and water and bring it to boil.
Keep stirring and let the sugar dissolves.
After 10-12 minutes syrup will get little thicker.
The syrup is done when, while dropping from a spoon it falls in a thin single thread.
Turn off the heat and add cardamom powder and leave it aside for later use.

once again knead the dough for a few seconds.
Now make golf size balls of even size.  
Heat sunflower oil well. 
Switch off the heat and cool a little.  
Let in some of the jamuns(3-4), when they rise up put back on heat and fry them on a slow heat till medium brown.  
Remove from the oil and pierce them with fine needle and put them in Sugar syrup to soak.  
Repeat for all the jamuns.  
let it soak for 6-7 hours and garnish with pistachio slivers and serve.
Enjoy !
























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24 comments

  1. Thank you Jagruti for giving my Rasgulla flavoured almond cake a space with your awesome creations! Feel honoured and wish you all the joy and prosperity on the ocassion of holi :D

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  2. Thanks for inviting Jags, such a beautiful post and very alluring Paneer gulab jamun, just cant take my eyes from your clicks..Very delightful dessert.

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  3. What a lovely idea! Loved reading all our co-bloggers Holi experience along with their delicious recipes. Paneer gulab jamun looks fabulous and its a visual treat for our eyes :) Stunning clicks! Happy Holi :)

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  4. What a colourful post.. apt for Holi.
    The paneer gulab jamuns look so inviting.
    Happy Holi :)

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  5. Lovely post to explain the fun of the festivities... The puli looks so tempting... I feel like grabbing a bowl right now...

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  6. Such a lovely post. Loved reading everyone's experiences.. Nice clicks. Happy Holi

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  7. Hey, happpppy holi dear. Lovely collection. Thank you for bringing back those colorful memories.
    It is always you who pushbme into blogging. Thank you and love you.
    Jamoon is always y favourite.and again your clicks win my 💓

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  8. Gorgeous looking jamuns!! Love the colors adorning your post and beautiful clicks too :) What a lovely idea to share all the different Holi stories and experiences!

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  9. Lovely pics.. Perfect for the season.. Happy Holi dear..

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  10. Lovely post Jagruthi. All your beautiful Spring photos are gorgeous and I can't wait for spring to finally be here. Gulab jamun with condensed milk and paneer sound doable and they look amazing.

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  11. What a lovely sweet, we too love gulab Jamun so I am sure these will be equally tasty.I love reading about holi from around the world.

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  12. Lovely dish. Gulab Jamun looks soo delicious. Bookmarked, will try ur dish soon.

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  13. Absolutely delicious would be an understatement. Loved the recipe and I hope to lose few more kgs to be able to celebrate eating this. I also loved reading the Holi experiences by the bloggers. Festivals bring out the best in us, strengthens relationships and improves bonding.. Somewhere all this is fading slowly and its upto us via our blogging medium to try and give a visual glimpse of this to the readers. Cheers and Holi Mubarak aapke poore parivaar ko.

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  14. That's a colourful post. Gulab jamun looks so delicious. Happy Holi to you and your family.

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  15. OMG this is such an Colourful post which I read.. These Jamuns are so delicious and tempting.. Bookmarking it, For sure gonna try this for This Holi.. Very Nostalgic recipe and Post Jagruti..

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  16. What an amazing recipe perfect for the festival. I plan to make gulab jamun too for Holi.. will try adding Paneer this time.

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  17. These are some amazing and cheerful pictures of spring, so airy and beautiful. Love reading your post and memories of holi. I am yet to try paneer gulab jamun, will try your recipe next time.

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  18. Amazing post...lovely memories shared as the recipe...I love Gulab Jamun and this looks delicious

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  19. beautiful clicks di, so bright, colorful flowers, for a second it really felt like playing holi in a group. Liked this version of gulab jamun. I have not yet used condensed milk in this recipe. New to me.

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  20. Jagruti I cannot believe I missed commenting this post back then, so sorry :( Love the spring flowers, so vibrant and cheerful.However this Holi it seems UK is covered in a blanket of snow! Channar Puli is on my to do list.

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  21. Jagruti, enjoyed reading this post so much, Beautiful spring flowers made me to scroll the page again and again all over to keep looking at them, and the Holi experiences by your friend are amazing. The recipe is awesome too with those beautiful looking Gulab jamuns.

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  22. Happy Holi my dear, what a beautiful post.. excellent write up. Brilliant photography. Gulab Jamun looks killer.. feeling hungry seeing that again and again

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  23. I love jamun and its one of my weakness. Love this version made with condensed milk and paneer and all goodness. :) Lovely post Jagruti.

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  24. Happy holi! such mesmerizing photography.

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