Kachori is a crispy snack eaten widely in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. KFoods.com offers dozens of recipes such as keema kachori, daal kachori, aloo kachori, pyaz kachori, bread and vegetable kachori by top chefs of Pakistan. Scroll through the recipes, pick up your favorite one and enjoy it this evening. These Pakistani kachoris would render an unforgettable taste.
Kachori (also written as Kachauri, Kachodi and Katchuri) is a very famous snack in Pakistan and different parts of India such as Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Bengal and Orissa. Kachori is made with maida (gram flour) and moong dal mainly however different cuisines and recipes may vary in ingredients. Famous variations of kachori are lachhedar kachori, dahi kheerey ki kachori and sweet upwas kachori. The kachodi snack was originated in India and with time, it got to become a famous everyday snack in other South Asian countries including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
On the streets of large cities of the region, like Karachi, Lahore, Mumbai and Delhi, kachori spots are always crowded in the afternoons. After 12 pm to 3 pm noon, when students return to home from schools, and when office workers get a lunch break, kachori sellers have no time to even scratch their heads. Women also like this snack to prepare at home.
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