RAJ KACHORI





Raj Kachori is a very popular street food in several parts of India. It has a wonderful blend of flavours and textures - crunchy kachoris filled with sprouts, potatoes, chutneys, yoghurt, and sev. I came across this recipe at Manjula's kitchen. The website has a wonderful collection of vegetarian recipes and cooking videos. For a detailed recipe and video click here.

Recipe source: Manjula’s kitchen

Ingredients

For the dough
1 cup all purpose flour
1 tbsp oil
½ tsp salt
Luke warm water

For the Kachori filling

1/3 cup besan (gram flour)
A pinch of asafoetida
½ tsp salt
½ tsp red chilli powder
½ tsp amchur (dry mango) powder
1 tbsp oil

For stuffing

1 cup moong sprouts (cooked with ¼ tsp salt and 3 tbsp water for 4 to 5 minutes or till tender)
1 cup potatoes boiled and cut into pieces
1 cup whipped yoghurt
¼ cup coriander chutney
¼ cup tamarind chutney
Chopped coriander leaves and green chilli (optional)
¼ cup fine sev

Method

Take a bowl, add salt, flour and oil and mix well. Then add water little by little to form a firm but smooth dough. Cover and set aside for 10 to 15 minutes.

Then in a bowl, mix all the ingredients of the stuffing such that they resemble breadcrumbs and keep ready.

Now divide the dough into 12 equal balls, take 1 ball and roll to form a small circle. Place 1 tsp of the filling at the centre and carefully close the dough such that the filling does not come out. In the same way fill the besan mixture into other dough balls. Set aside for 3 to 4 minutes. Now carefully roll the balls to form a circle of 3” diameter and set aside. Heat oil in a pan, and deep fry the kachoris till golden brown. (It should puff up nicely.)

Allow the kachoris to cool and meanwhile keep all the other ingredients for the stuffing ready. Assemble the kachoris on a plate, make a small hole at the centre and fill with 1 tbsp of sprouts, then with 1 tbsp of potato filling. Then add 1 tsp yoghurt, 1 tsp each of coriander and tamarind chutney, chopped coriander leaves and green chillies. Finally garnish with sev and serve.

Linking this with Street foods hosted by Anusha and Only sprouts event hosted by Priya and started by Pari.



 




21 comments:

  1. Kachoris look too good,love to have some dear..

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  2. Hearing about this for the 1st time! Looks yummy!

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  3. A yummy chaat...love it any day.

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  4. luks so delicious dear.......awesome

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  5. Kachori sounds delicious, perfect snack :)

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  6. Kachoris luks delicious...very nice recipe...

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  7. Very tempting Kachoris there..absolutely delicious.

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  8. They look delicious..Totally YUMMY

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  9. Irresistible raj kachori, looks absolutely stunning and incredible..

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  10. Never tried this before..looks super yum

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  11. I am an absolute street food-freak!So loved that you shared the Raj Kachori recipe dear:)Very well made and nice presentation too!

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  12. Delicious kachoris, so hungry looking at them!

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  13. Kachoris looks so yummy. Wanna grab one right away...

    Hema's Kitchen

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  14. I didn't know what Raj Kachori was until last year Nov. A friend who visited Delhi had become a fan of this and was going crazy trying to find it in Banglore... We sure had fun trying out all sorts of different stuff they gave in the name of Raj Kachori but finally got something close to what she had from Delhi.

    Long story short... Thanx for sharing the recipe. I would have never considered making it at home but now I will.

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