Nov 5, 2012

Jodhpuri Aloo Kachori


This time I choose Jodhpuri Special- Aloo Kachori which made with plain flour dough and filling with potatoes and spices. According to Delhi chaat style, you can serve this aloo kachori with aloo ki sabzi, imli ki chutney, chopped onion, green chili, tomatoes and little chaat masala for increase this taste on another level. It’s a complete meal for anytime food and due to festival days kachori is a great option to serve in front of guests and families.
The kachori is supposed to have originated in Uttar Pradesh or Rajasthan.  In these states it is usually a round flattened ball made of fine flour filled with a stuffing of baked mixture of yellow dal or Urad Dal, besan, black pepper, red chili powder, salt and other spices. In Delhi it is often served as a chaat. Also Delhi has another kind of kachori, called 'Khasta kachori' or 'Raj Kachori'.
Some of the variants popular in North India includes a version similar to the Rajasthan version accompanied with a curry made of potatoes and varied spices or even chana (chole), similar to one served in Chole Bhature.



Preparation Time: 40-45 Minutes
Cooking Time: 35 Minutes
Serving: 4-5 Kachori

Ingredients
For Stuffing
2 Medium Sized Potatoes, Boiled and Mashed
1 Small Onion, fine Chopped
2 Tbsp. Fresh Coriander, Chopped (Optional)
1 Tsp. Amchoor/ Raw Mango Powder
Salt to Taste
1/2 Tsp. Turmeric powder
1/2 Tsp. Coriander Powder
1/2 Tsp. Red chili Powder
1/2 Tsp. Garam masala
1/2 Tsp. Mustard seeds/ Rai
For Dough
1 Cup Plain Flour/ Maida
2 Tbsp. Clarifying Butter/ Melted Ghee
1/2 Tsp. Carom seeds/ Ajwain
Water for Dough
Salt (a pinchful)
Other Ingredients:
Vegetable Oil for deep fry
Onion, chopped
Tomato, Chopped
Aloo Ki sabzi

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Directions:
How to Prepare Stuffing
Heat the ghee in pan. Add mustard seeds and onion sauté till to translucent. Add boiled and mashed potatoes and spices together. Mix well and remove the fire. Keep aside to cool.
How to Prepare Dough
Combine all ingredients together in one bowl and make stiff dough as like puri. Cover it with wet clothe for half an hour.
How to Prepare Kachori
Now divide the dough into equal four portions and roll it one by one with the help of rolling pin. Now fill one tbsp. stuffing in centre of wrap and fold the edges of wrap. Flat the kachori with the help of plam slowly slowly.
Heat the vegetable oil in the wok on high flame, when oil is hot enough add kachori one by one and deep fry it on slow flame for more crispiness. Serve this hot kachori with aloo ki sabzi or potato curry and sweet tangy sauce. Garnish with onion, tomatoes and little bit salt.


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24 comments:

  1. Awesome kachoris.Its teatime and I wish to have it now:-)

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  2. you take so much efforts preeti and it is worth every effort of yours...lovely recipe

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  3. Kachori looks yum and prefectly done !!!!

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  4. look so nice and crispy and appreciate the step by step photos

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  5. I love home made kachoris. These look delicious dear! :)

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  6. Prefect for rainy evening snack, anything with aloo is my fav..Crispy kachoris looks mindblowing.

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  8. Kachori's look lovely. Must be tasting yummy...

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  10. wow...
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  11. Wow Preeti.. Kachori dekh kar ghar yaad aagaya .. Yummy they are !!

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  16. A yummy chaat...love it any day.

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