Sunday, July 14, 2013

Kachori Chaat

Indian fried puffs stuffed with savory lentil filling,potatoes and spicy dip and chutney

Kachori is the very popular snack of North India.specially favourite in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.These flaky Indian puffs are made with  different type of spicy dry lentil fillings. I have also posted the  khasta Moong daal kachori  and  Urad daal kachori  in my blog,which are served as  a snack.But this is a different way of serving kachori as a street food/chat and also a different version of making  spicy Raj Kachori.When ever I make these moong daal kachoris I usually served them as a snack when they are hot and the next day I serve them as a chat by stuffing some boiled potatoes and garnish with  Mint chutney and  Date tamarind chutney


raj kachori chaat


kachori chaat

Prep time-15 min
serve-8
type-chat/street food

INGREDIENTS-
PROCEDURE-
  1. Take yogurt in a bowl and beat to make it smooth.
  2. Add salt and some water and mix well.
  3. Take the kachori and make a hole in the center by pressing it with your thumb.
  4. Stuff some finely cubed potatoes inside the kachori.
  5. Now add 1 tsp green mint chutney over the potato pieces.
  6. Then add 1 tsp sweet date chutney .
  7. Dizzle some yogurt approx 1. 5 tbsp over the kachori.
  8. Then drizzle some date chutney and mint chutney again.
  9. Sprinkle chili powder,cumin powder and black salt.
  10. Now garnish with nylon sev and fresh coriander.
  11. Serve immediately.

14 comments:

Chitz said...

Am tempted.. Such an inviting chaat !

Kitchen Queen said...

Any time is chat time in my house. Looks delicious.

Kaveri Venkatesh said...

Looks mouthwatering...

Shruti said...

Yummyyyyyyy!!! Superb clicks... :)

Amila Wickramarachchi said...

its a mouthwatering & inviting dish...

Rosita Vargas said...

estupenda receta muy alegre me gustó.saludos.

Kichu Khonn said...

Anjanaji ... I have found your blog late but am loving all the beautiful recipes you have here. Married ito a Rajasthani family, most of these dishes were new to me but have learnt to love them. Will try out your recipes one by one. :-)

Pooja Agrawal said...

its very tempting and inviting...My mouth is watering!!!!!

Sireesha Puppala said...

Wow yummy yummy chat love it when coupled with dahi..

Gujarati Zaika said...

yummy recipe....i am also going to post kachori recipe ....

Sadaf Afshan said...

Super tempting chat.

Vikis Kitchen said...

Superb chaat. I am always in learning phase when it comes to North Indian dishes....which you make very delicious. wanna grab that plate through my laptop:)

Ray cronus said...

Anjana ji...Kota mai Jodhpur Sweets wala apni kachoriyuon ke saath ek emli ki chutney deta hain, aur wo hum logo ki saunth se alag hoti hain agar aap uski recp jaanti ho to pls batayen...Regards, Rahul

Anjana Chaturvedi said...

@Ray cronous-Rahul I have posted date and tamarind chutney-http://maayeka.blogspot.ae/2012/04/date-and-tamarind-chutney.html.Will post that kota wali chutney soon as we also make that type of chutney