Kachoris is one of the traditional delighst of India that can be savored in a breakfast or as an evening snack. You won’t believe that the ‘Kachori’ lovers won’t mind them have in their scrumptious meals as well. Traditional Indian Masalas when filled up in the crisp layers of dough turns out this amazing recipe. Generally served with chutney and a potato curry, it exceptionally sets any foodie to drool for it. But how many of us know that this delectable is also available in its various ‘avtaars’? Skeptical? Below are the 9 amazing varieties of Kachories that makes this ‘golden-brown-ball’ a bundle of joy:
Flavourful green peas are served with the spicy kachories which tastes amazingly well. These Kachories tend to be bit more crunchy. To taste best, Kachories are generally crushed over the ‘matar’ and then generously garnish with chutney to twist you taste buds.
One of the common form of kachori that is available every nook and corner of India. Generously filled dried daal (yellow lentils) with the concoction of various spices makes your heart sink at the very first bite.
This is one of the crispiest versions of Kachoris, where dough of the Kachori is kneeled to the breadcrumb like texture. Stuffed generously with moong daal stuffing, it tastes amazing whne served with tomatoes, onion, youhurt mixture and chutney,
All you avid samosa lovers, you have a reason to take a break from it as the Aloo Kachoris are here to amuse your appetite beyond expectations. The filling of Kachori is almost same as of a Samosa but it taste something beyond explanation. Generally served with green chutney, it will definitely end you up with over-eating.
Pyaaz Ki Kachori
Loaded with lots of spices and onions, this Kachori is a real treat for any foodie. Served with sweet tamarind chutney, this Kachori tastes well when hot. Originated in Jodhpur, it is a popular morning breakfast in Rajasthan which is available there in maximum namkeen shops.
This magnificent version of Kachori is worth exploring. Every chaat lover must give it a try for its exceptional taste. Stuffings as moong sprouts, boiled chanas and various namkeens. Topped with sweet-sour curd, sev and tamarind chutney, it not just appeases you with its looks but also tempts you with its taste.
This is the spicy version of Kachoris which contains extra addition of green chilies as its stuffing. Garam Masala, Green Chilies paste, gram flour, turmeric and lemon juice are the core ingredients for the stuffing making it extremely ‘hot’ for spice lovers.
This beloved Indian street food is also meant for health conscious genre in its baked version. A coarse powder is formed using green chilies and split black gram which is further sautéed with concoction of spices to prepare Kachoris fillings. The only twist in the recipe is that instead of depp-frying, it is baked for 15 minutes with a little sprinkle of ghee.
Dry Fruit Kachori
Hard to find on the Indian streets, this exceptional variation of Kachoris is too hard to resist. Lavishly teamed up with dry-fruits as Almonds, Pistachios, Walnuts and Cashews, this tasty sweet dish can definitely satisfy your sweet-toothed craving perfectly. Saffron, condensed milk and cardamom powder are the key ingredients of this splendid recipe.
So, if you have not tried any of the versions mentioned above, it’s a time to gulp them down to explore the real taste of India!