Street Food Of India: This Matar Kachori Is Not Fried Yet Tastes Amazing - Watch Recipe Video

Healthy Matar Kachori Recipe: Here we have a recipe of matar kachori without oil to make your favourite street food healthy.

Neha Grover  |  Updated: September 30, 2020 13:51 IST

Street Food Of India: This <i>Matar Kachori</i> Is Not Fried Yet Tastes Amazing - Watch Recipe Video

This matar kachori recipe is perfect for healthy snacking.

  • Love Indian street foods but don't want fried snacks?
  • This matar kachori is steamed, not fried.
  • Watch the recipe video to make it at home.

Indian street food is a treasure-trove of tons of lip-smacking snacks that we can never get bored of. There's something for every palate, every mood and every occasion. Most of the snacks are made by frying them to enjoy the crunch and richness on the food (think pakoda, kachori, samosa, vada etc.) But today's health conscious sect avoids too much oil in their food and fried food is completely off the radar. For these health buffs, this no-fry kachori recipe is a godsend.

Whenever you crave for kachori, you are spoilt for choice with tons of stuffing options available to suit your preference. Matar kachori is one of the most loved ones among the list of dal kachori, pyaz kachori and so on. So, here we have a recipe of matar kachori without oil to make your favourite street food healthy.

The recipe video was posted on YouTube channel 'Cook With Parul'. Unlike most of the kachori recipes, this healthy kachoriis made with sooji (semolina) instead of refined maida (all-purpose flour). Sooji also adds a certain degree of crunch that we all like in our kachori.

Watch: Healthy Matar Kachori Recipe Video:

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Knead dough with sooji, curd and salt to make this healthy kachori and stuff it with a filling of paste of ground peas, ginger and green chillies. Steam the matar kachoris and season them with a tempering of spices like ginger, red chilli powder, garam masala, chaat masala, coriander powder, ajwain and more.

This no-fry matar kachori is ideal for healthy snacking to satiate your craving for some desi Indian snacks.


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