A hot and steamy Alo-Pyaz Kachori on any day can make your taste buds burn by shear hotness oil and the special combination of mint chutney.
Alo-Pyaz Kachori is a famous street food from the land of Marwar. I remember my trip to the pink city of Rajasthan munching hot kachori with kulhad chai on that chilled Morning.
And November is just so perfect for all such hot-fried stuff.The crispness in air makes my morning so soothing listening some instrumental , crispy hot kachoris …sipping spiced chai in an earthen cup .These pretty tiny cups i bought from my last trip to Kolkata..Aren’t they cute?
Alo-Pyaz Kachori / Rajasthan Street Food
A hot and steamy kachori on any day can make your taste buds burn by shear hotness oil and the special combination of mint chutney.
Add 1/4 tsp salt, 1 tbsp oil to all purpose flour .
Mix well and knead with water to make a dough.
In a pan heat 2 tbsp oil ,fry chopped onion for a minute.
Add crushed coriander seed, crushed fennel seed ,ginger paste and
saute for a minute.
Add mashed potato ,salt,red chili powder ,green chili paste and mix well.
Cook for a minute.
Add chopped coriander leaves and mix well.Cool this mixture.Filling is ready.
Now make 8 equal sized ball out of the dough.
stuff with generous amount of filling.Seal the dough with wet fingers.
Now roll the dough to a circular disc.Be careful the filling should not come out.
Heat oil in a kadhai and fry them at medium flame both side.
Serve hot with mint chutney.