The cloudy sky, cool breeze and scent of the parched earth hit by the first rain of the season are always special. It is something that we all look forward to - as it gives us temporary respite from the sweltering heat. What makes monsoons even more delightful is the taste of crunchy and fried snacks with a steamy cup of tea or coffee. It is a combination made in heaven and brings us immense joy. If you're craving some delicious fried snacks to amp your evenings this monsoon, you are at the right place. We have curated a list of kachori recipes that you can indulge in on a rainy day. Crispy from the outside and stuffed with rich fillings - this yummy snack can easily be made at home. So, let's get started with the recipes:
Here Are 5 Kachori Recipes You Must Try This Monsoon Season:
1. Masala Kachori (Our recommendation)
If you like your kachori with a hint of spice - then this recipe is just for you! Crunchy kachoris stuffed with a flavourful and spicy filling - they are deep fried in oil, which gives it a beautiful golden colour. Click here for the recipe.
2. Mawa Kachori
A sweet version of the traditional kachori, Mawa Kachori is an exotic speciality of Jodhpur and is filled with an aromatic mixture of mawa and nuts. It is fried in desi ghee and dipped in sugar syrup. Click here for the recipe.
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3. Raj Kachori
A famous chaat-style kachori, Raj Kachori is filled with potatoes, papri, bhalla, yogurt, spices, chutneys and topped with various garnishing- it will definitely make your mouth water and makes for a perfect evening indulgence. Click here for the recipe.
4. Moth Kachori
A common street food in Delhi, this recipe will satiate your kachori cravings in no time! Crumbled kachori pieces are topped with a mixture of moth beans, chutneys, onion, tomatoes and chaat masala. Click here for the recipe.
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5. Pyaaz Kachori
Here we found another kachori recipe for you all. Crunch and flaky kachoris filled with an aromatic mix of spices, onions and potatoes. They taste best when served hot and with some imly chutney. Click here for the recipe.
Try these delicious kachori recipes this monsoon and let us know how you liked them in the comments sections below.
About Vaishali KapilaVaishali finds comfort in eating parathas and rajma chawal but is equally enthusiastic about exploring different cuisines. When she's not eating or baking, you can often find her curled up on the couch watching her favourite TV show - FRIENDS.