What is Kachori?
Kachori is a very popular Indian street food and that mainly in Rajasthan. It is made with all purpose flour (maida). You can call kachori a fried puff bread. It can have a large variety of varieties like urad daal kachori, mawa kachori and pyaaz kachori. And the one we will be talking about further is aloo kachori. Many people eat this recipe of kachori as a breakfast with curd in different parts of the country. Whereas many enjoy it as a snack with tea in the evening.
Rajasthan of India is the king of kachori. There is a strong belief that kachori was made in the Marwar
region many years ago by the Marwaris. Kota Kachori is one of the most famous kachori along with pyaaj kachori (onion kachori) in the state. You can try kachoris in the form of a chaat too. It is a very famous street food in Delhi which people know it as kachori chaat.
About Aloo Kachori
Aloo ki kachori is really easy to make and it tastes super delicious. The filling inside the recipe for kachori consists of spicy and tangy aloo (potato) along with other Indian spices. Children love this kachauri so you can also give it to them in their tiffins for lunch. Moreover this recipe of kachori tastes really amazing with green coriander chutney, tomato ketchup and other sweet chutneys.
You can also have it with some fresh curd or yogurt. Another way of having this great appetite is with potato vegetable or aloo ki sabzi. This snack is one of the most demanding snack of India. Kachori recipes are perfect for a weather like rain or cold. You can also check out one more of my rainy season snack recipes like tomato bonda
. So, let's see how to get this on our plate.