Daal Kachori or Kachauri is a famous spicy snack food of Pakistan and India. In India, it is famous in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Maharashtra, Bengal, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha. In Pakistan it is a very popular food in Karachi and Lahore.
The believed upon origin of Dal Kachori is Uttar Pradesh in India. In Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Rajasthan, usually a kachauri is a round flour-filled ball stuffed with moong daal mixture, besan, red pepper and salt. Other than Dall Kachori, in Rajashtani Cuisine, Piyaz Kachori (Onion Kachori) is a famous kachori snack. In Gujarat, it is available in different varations, usuallya a round flour ball filled with yellow moong daal, black and red pepper and ginger paste. In Delhi, kachori is offered as a chaat snack. In Karachi, it is a small fried loaf, made with maida (all purpose flour) and mixture of chane ki daal (chickpeas) and eaten with aloo ki tarkari (Potato gravy).
Yet you would have been eating it on the food shops and streets. Now with the help of recipe at KFoods.com, you can make it at home. Just do it and enjoy a lovely snack meal with kachori.