About Cham Cham
Cahm cham, also known as chom chom or chum chum, is a traditional East India sweet similar to rasgulla. Cham cham is made by curd like cottage cheese, such as chhena or khoya. Shaped into oval then fried, cham cham features lighter colors, like pink, yellow and white. Next, cham cham will be simmered or soaked with syrup, and finally, coated with coconut or khoya flakes. Additionally, cham cham can also be stuffed with sweet khoya fillings and garnished with pistachios. The spongy, soft and smooth texture make cham cham one of the most popular desserts of India.
About Cham Cham Machine
HM-168 is an automatic filling and forming machine which is efficient for fried taro ball making. In addition to the high capacity, HM-168 is compatible with double filling feeder (desktop/standalone), jam filling feeder, solid filling feeder, bun shutter, rounder and moulder, and etc. Efficiently, you can produce croquette, burger patty, meatball, arancini, coxinha, Scotch egg, kibbeh/kubba, pyzy, surimi ball, falafel and knödel. As for sweets and desserts, HM-88, HM-168, HM-268 and HM-588 can make high quality mochi, laddo, maamoul, cookie, biscuit, bread roll and all kinds of stuffed food.
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