Junnu Chips

27 Oct

Junnu Chips


Colostrum Milk / First milk of cow 500 ml
Sugar 200 gms app.

Method of preparation:

Run the colostrum milk through muslin cloth to remove all the impurities.
Pour the milk into pot. (Donot dilute the milk which is the case while making junnu/ posu).
Pour few cups of water into pressure cooker, slowly place the milk pot inside and pressure cook for 3 whistles. Alternatively steam until its completely cooked and thick.
Cool the steamed milk to room temperature, chop it into blocks and grate it into long chips using thick side of a box grater.

Heat a sauce pan on high heat, add sugar and a cup of water.
Stir frequently until sugar mixture caramalize and thicken a bit.
Stir in grated milk and let all the sugar syrup stick to the grated chips.
Serve hot or cold.

Notes: Make sure you use colostrum milk which helps in making thicker and fuller chips.

3 Responses to “Junnu Chips”

  1. sri October 27, 2008 at 10:01 am #

    First time to comment here. I love all your recipes!

    I have a request – (pls ignore this if you are in India) if you are in US, it will be very helpful if you also write where you find these special ingredients that are hard to find in US. Otherwise there is no way one can try these recipies out. I have seen in your earlier posts using items like munagaaku, arati doota, chinta chiguru, vaakaaya, velagapandu etc and I always wonder where to find these in US.

    Keep up your great work! Cheers!

  2. Teja March 29, 2010 at 10:35 am #

    I was just wondering the same. Where can we find all these special ingredients in US. If you are blogging from US, it will be really helpful if you can tell us where you get all these from or do you have someone sending you the pictures from India? Love your recipes…..but can’t try the ones with hard to find ingredients.

  3. rajani March 30, 2010 at 1:11 pm #

    Teja, Try in Vietnamese stores or in any Asian stores, I seen them in Vietnamese stores.

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