Crispy and flaky on the outside and filled with a lip-smacking filling on the inside, it is safe to say that kachori is one of the tastiest street foods of India. From matar kachori to pyaz kachori, dal kachori and more, this snack can be made in a myriad of ways. The best part is no matter what version you try, it is sure to tantalise your tastebuds with its exquisite flavours and taste. While classic dal-stuffed kachori is one of the most popular versions of this street-side snack, various street-side vendors and tiny eateries are coming up with more varieties. One such variety is paneer Kachori.
Round, flattened balls made of flour and filled with a mixture of mashed paneer, salt and a host of other spices, this recipe can be a perfect tea-time snack. Besides teatime snacks, you can also enjoy this delicacy for lunch with a hot bowl of aloo rasedar and delicious chutneys alongside. Click here for the recipe of aloo rasedar. So, let's learn how to make this tiny treat at home.
Paneer Kachori Recipe: How To Make Paneer Kachori
To begin with the recipe, you first need to prepare the dough. Take a mixing bowl, add all-purpose flour, salt and gradually add the ghee. Mix well by using your hands. Now, add the water as required for a soft dough.
Once the dough is kneaded, set aside. Meanwhile, heat oil in a kadhai, add jeera and saunf. Let them splutter together. Then add chopped onion and green chillies, saute for a while.
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Now is the time to try it at home and let us know how you and your family liked it in the comment section below. Happy Cooking!