Potata Kachorian Recipe

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Potatoes (bOiled and mashed): 1/2 kg
Crushed Red Chillies: 1 tsp
Black Pepper: 1/2 tsp
Whole Coriander: 1 tsp
Cumin Seeds: 1 tsp
Salt: as per taste
Green Chillies: 4 to 6 chopped
Coriander Leaves: 1 bunch (chopped)
Lemon JuIce: 4 tbsp
All Purpose Flour (Maida): 1/2 kg
Baking Soda: 1/2 tsp
Oregano Seeds: 1/4 tsp
Jaggery (Gur): 2 tbsp
Cooking Oil: as required for frying

How to make Potata Kachorian


1. Add salt, red chillies, black pepper, whole coriander, cumin seeds, coriander leaves and lemon juice to boiled and mashed potatoes. Mix well.
2. Refrigerate the mixture for 5 to 10 minutes.
3. Cook jaggery with 4 tablespoons of water for 2 to 3 minutes. This will make a syrup of jaggery and water.
4. Now combine all-purpose flour (maida) with salt, baking soda, oregano and jaggery syrup together, mix well and knead to a hard dough with addition of some water.
5. Wrap the dough in a wet muslin cloth and place aside for 10 to 15 minutes.
6. Now make small portions of the dough and fill each portion with 1 tbsp potato mixture.
7. Fold the edges of dough carefully with wet hands so that filling gets covered completely.
8. Press the edges well to seal kachori tightly.
9. Make all kachoris like this and refrigerate for 10 to 15 minutes.
10. Wet your hands again, place kachori on your palm and press lightly. Do the same with each kachori.
11. Heat cooking oil in a wok on medium flame for 3 to 5 minutes.
12. Deep fry all kachoris until it turns golden brown in color.
13. Remove it from the pan and place on an absorbent kitchen paper.
14. Fry all kachoris.
15. Delicious aloo kachori is ready.
16. Serve hot with green chutney, raita or aloo tarkari.

Posted By: Aliumair, Karachi

Aloo Kachori Recipe Pakistani

Aloo or potato kachori is a delightful evening snack of South Asia. It's place of origin is India where it is eaten in different parts of the country. Now it is a very popular snack of Pakistan as well. In general, people eat aloo kachori as an evening tea snack however sometimes it is a dedicated snack for several occasions.
Kachori is served particularly at Mehndi functions in Pakistan, and it is also a part of Ramadan iftar recipes served on iftar table. In addition, it is also served as a part of hi-tea.

Try this aloo kachori recipe at home and you would surely enjoy it's amazing taste.
See more kachori recipes or view how to make kachori step by step.

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Reviews & Comments (10)

Amber - Faisalabad May 02, 2019
Potato kachori are very delicate and easy to make. I have tried different kachori recipes from kfoods.com and looking forward to making more of them in Ramadan.
Sadaf - Sahiwal Nov 27, 2017
kachori has very best taste. it is good to make at home and enjoy with your kids and family. if you buy it from outside, it will be oily and unhygienic but if you want to enjoy clean hygienic foods, prepare these snacks at home.
Iraj - Larkana Nov 20, 2017
potato kachori is something I am so far missing to enjoy with my family. I have eaten different kinds of kachoris which are keema and arabic kachori however still i could not make aloo ki kachori myself. Therefore I selected this recipe for todays menu.
Sabira - Larkana Nov 13, 2017
Thanks for sharing potato kachoris , I would love to have this potato kachori as I am free these days from my exams. Looking for cooking options of different kinds. Kachori, russina salads, pizza etc. are the things I am looking to try in vacations.
Deeba - Chiniot Oct 29, 2017
Amazing kachori recipe, it is very delicious and scrumptious and I like to make different kinds of kachori recipes. Thanks for sharing kachori it because it looks very delicious. Also there are many other ones that are too very delicious.


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