Kachori is an Indian snack similar to samosa (its more famous cousin) but yet different. It is a flaky pastry filled with different spices and lentils. Just like other famous snacks, there are lots of varieties of kachoris in different parts of India. This one is my grandmother’s recipe aka Bhoji wali Kachori and one …

Kachori is an Indian snack similar to samosa (its more famous cousin) but yet different. It is a flaky pastry filled with different spices and lentils. Just like other famous snacks, there are lots of varieties of kachoris in different parts of India. This one is my grandmother’s recipe aka Bhoji wali Kachori and one …

India's popular snack that finds a place in almost every bakery or chaat shop - our very own Samosa. Savory comfort food at its best, a crisp exterior filled with a savory vegetable stuffing that goes very well over a hot cup of chai especially on a rain filled day.

India's popular snack that finds a place in almost every bakery or chaat shop - our very own Samosa. Savory comfort food at its best, a crisp exterior filled with a savory vegetable stuffing that goes very well over a hot cup of chai especially on a rain filled day.

PAV BHAJI RECIPE Pav Bhaji(#LC14008): An eternally popular street side snack of a spicy mash of an assortment of vegetables and ground masala, garnished with chopped onions and coriander, and paired with hot pav, doused with butter.

PAV BHAJI RECIPE Pav Bhaji(#LC14008): An eternally popular street side snack of a spicy mash of an assortment of vegetables and ground masala, garnished with chopped onions and coriander, and paired with hot pav, doused with butter.

These kachoris probably originated in Jodhpur but are today popular throughout Rajasthan. Very few households actually prepare these crisp, flaky deep fried kachoris stuffed with a onion filling. Steaming hot pyaz ki kachoris or aloo pyaz ki kachoris are sold at most 'namkeen' shops in Rajasthan. Like all kachoris, they are eaten with a sweet and spicy tamarind chutney. You can prepare these kachoris ahead of time and re-heat them in a slow oven just before serving. They are perfect for an…

These kachoris probably originated in Jodhpur but are today popular throughout Rajasthan. Very few households actually prepare these crisp, flaky deep fried kachoris stuffed with a onion filling. Steaming hot pyaz ki kachoris or aloo pyaz ki kachoris are sold at most 'namkeen' shops in Rajasthan. Like all kachoris, they are eaten with a sweet and spicy tamarind chutney. You can prepare these kachoris ahead of time and re-heat them in a slow oven just before serving. They are perfect for an…

Kachori is an Indian snack similar to samosa (its more famous cousin) but yet different. It is a flaky pastry filled with different spices and lentils. Just like other famous snacks, there are lots of varieties of kachoris in different parts of India. This one is my grandmother’s recipe aka Bhoji wali Kachori and one …

Kachori is an Indian snack similar to samosa (its more famous cousin) but yet different. It is a flaky pastry filled with different spices and lentils. Just like other famous snacks, there are lots of varieties of kachoris in different parts of India. This one is my grandmother’s recipe aka Bhoji wali Kachori and one …

An easy to make and delicious South Indian snack made with rice flour and dals. Perfectly crispy and perfect with a cup of hot evening chai.

An easy to make and delicious South Indian snack made with rice flour and dals. Perfectly crispy and perfect with a cup of hot evening chai.

Stuffed Mini Dosas are a formidable contender to samosas! When you are bored of serving the same old samosas and kachoris at high-tea, cocktail or chaat parties, try this exciting snack instead. The mini dosas are conveniently made of a green gram based batter, which requires no fermentation. To add to the crispy excitement of these dosas, they are stuffed with a succulent potato and capsicum mixture, which makes this handy-sized snack a thrilling mouthful indeed!

Stuffed Mini Dosas are a formidable contender to samosas! When you are bored of serving the same old samosas and kachoris at high-tea, cocktail or chaat parties, try this exciting snack instead. The mini dosas are conveniently made of a green gram based batter, which requires no fermentation. To add to the crispy excitement of these dosas, they are stuffed with a succulent potato and capsicum mixture, which makes this handy-sized snack a thrilling mouthful indeed!

PUNJABI SAMOSA RECIPE (#LC14025): A prevalent Mumbai street food snack is Samosa. It is crispy with filling made from mashed potatoes. The best way to eat it, is to smash it and add two to three varieties of chutney.

PUNJABI SAMOSA RECIPE (#LC14025): A prevalent Mumbai street food snack is Samosa. It is crispy with filling made from mashed potatoes. The best way to eat it, is to smash it and add two to three varieties of chutney.

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