kachori recipe | khasta kachori recipe | Crispy moong dal kachori recipe

Moong dal khasta kachoris make an amazing snack along with steaming hot cup of tea or coffee. It’s a spicy snack with the mixture of moong dal and other lip-smacking spices which is then deep fried to form a puri shape. There are several other variants of kachoris are there like Raj kachori, Mava kachori, Moong dal kachori, and Onion kachori. Kachori makes a mouthwatering appetizer and can be served with Tamarind Chutney. You can prepare moong dal khasta kachoris and store it in an air-tight container. They keep good for 8-10 days. You can prepare moong dal khasta kachoris and store it in an air-tight container and serve later with your guests instead of sweating in the kitchen.
Ingredients:
For Dough:
2 cups Refined flour
1 tsp oil
4-5 tsp water, or as required
pinch of soda (optional)
salt to taste
For the Filling:
1/2 cup yellow moong dal
1 tsp red chilli powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tesp coriander powder
1/2 cumin powder / jeera powder
1/2 tsp dry mango powder / amchur powder
1/4 tsp garam masala
salt to taste
Oil to deep fry
a pinch of hing
Method :
To make dough:
1. Mix the flour, soda, salt and oil.
2. Add water slowly, mixing with your fingers slowly.
3. Add just enough water to get all the dough together and knead to make a soft and smooth dough
4. Now over the dough and let it rest for at least 20 minutes. Cover it with wet cloth.
To make Filling:
1. Soak and cook moong dal(half cooked), remove water and allow it to cool.
2. Heat a pan with 1-2 tbsp of oil into it. Once the gets heated, add hing, moong dal, cumin powder, coriander powder, salt, garam masala, turmeric powder and red chilly powder.
3.Allow it to cook over medium heat for about two to three minutes. Mix everything really well.
4. Transfer it to a bowl and allow it to cool down completely.
To make Kachoris:
1. Take the dough and knead it for a minute to make it smooth. Divide the dough into large lemon size equal parts.
2. Let the filled ball sit for three to four minutes before rolling.
3. Now Shape the dough ball into a bowl and place a tsp of stuffing on it. Close the stuffing and flatten it gently to shape it as kachori.
4. Heat the oil in frying pan over medium heat frying pan should have about one inch of oil. To check if oil is ready to put a little piece of dough in the oil. The Dough should sizzle, and come up very slow.
5. Drop the kachoris into the hot oil. Place as many kachoris as possible into the pan. Fry these stuffed moong dal kachori’s on medium-low heat. If the kachoris are fried on high heat, they will get soft and will not be crispy.
6. After they start to puff, slowly turn them over to the other side. Fry until golden-brown on both sides.
7. Transfer them to kitchen paper towel.
8. Serve these crispy and delectable kachoris steaming hot along with green coriander chutney, sweet chutney, hot tea or coffee. Serve them as a chat, pouring plain yogurt and chutney on top.
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Note:
1. Kachoris can be stored for at least a week in an airtight container.
2. Fry kachoris on medium flame else they will not be crispy.

Dry Fruit Kachori (Place of origin.in)

Place of Origin is filled with a variety of eatables. Once you open the website, you see many categories like snacks, sweets, staples and winter specials. They have tie-ups with most of the popular shops in your town. You can find the famous snacks or sweets from all the states of India here. They have a special section for the health-conscious foodies, where you can pick healthy snacks like karela chips, roasted makhana or dry fruit kachodi. Trust me, they taste so yum that you’ll be addicted!

I had a chance to try few stuffs from Place of Origin and I absolutely loved them.
Have I look at what I got
No.2) Dry fruit kachori::
Im a big foodie and a big fan of chat items…I forget about calories when i think of these foods……What to do they are so addictive . I’m sure many of you sail in the same boat as mine …. Kachori is definitely one such snack that i can die for. Crispy n flaky out side, spicy, tangy and mildly sweet inside. Kachoris can be made with various stuffings…  I got a sample of Dry fruit kachori of Jay Hind Sweets from Place of origin.in
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About the brand (Jay Hind Sweets)

It Started in 1948, Jayhind is one of Ahmedabad’s most well known shops for mithais, namkeens and dry fruits. With over 6+ decades of experience and ensuring the quality and taste of their ingredients, they have been able to establish themselves as one of the most sought after brands in Gujarat and beyond. The NRI fraternity swears by their sweets containing kaju and badam, due to their longer shelf life. Jayhind now has an export division as well. They have a complete automatic and hygienic plant for their sweets and namkeen production.

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About Product (Dry fruit kachori) :
Ingredients:
Gram floue(Besan),Maida, Cashew nuts, Raisins(kismis),Sesame seeds(Til),Fennel seed(Saunf),Corrainder seeds,Coriander powder(Dhania),Cumin powder(Jeera),Turmeric powder,Chili powder,Garam masala,Spices,Sugar,Salt,Edible Oil.
Taste:
Crispy,mild sweet and Spicy
Packing:
Its really packed amazing loved the golden ball packing which attracts everyone from kids to elders
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Dry Fruit Kachori :
. A Crispy small snack balls stuffed with dry fruits and spices makes it a tasty offering on any occasion. Dry fruit Kachori comes with a filling of dry fruits. Jain Vijay Farsan Mart Kachori is perfect for satisfying your hunger cravings. These deep-fried Kachoris along with the delectable filling are simply irresistible.
It can be eaten alone to satisfy the urge of munching something light and tasty or with tea coffee.It also goes very well with green chutney or as a part of the meal.It is a perfect party time Indian snack.

Though Kachoris are native to Rajasthan , this dry fruit kachoris are something very famous in Gujarat. Unlike normal kachoris, these dry fruit Kachoris have long shelf life and can be stored for few weeks to couple of month. Its also little sweetish when compared to normal ones.
Dry fruit Kachori was  yummy and they made it with the way I like it Khatta Meetha.
Reasonably priced which is very healthy !!!!

Place of origin gives us opportunity to buy India’s favorite foods online..They work hard to bring you the finest sweets, snacks, dry fruits, namkeen, pickle, jams, tea, coffee and staples from all over India. You can now discover unique regional delicacies and order from the comfort of your home..