Moong Daal Kachori-Crisp homemade pastry shells stuffed with mildly spiced bean sprout filling
Kachori are very popular breakfast and snack from North India.They are flaky and crisp shells made with refined flour, stuffed with either savory or sweet stuffing but a savory version is the most popular version of kachoris.
These moong sprout kachoris are often made on festivals,on every special occasion or can be made any day whenever you want to have something crisp and spicy. Kachoris are easily available in all restaurants ,chat corners and on roadside stalls.They are served with chutney, kadi or aloo ki sabzi depending on each city and region. In Rajasthan kachoris are served with kadi and in Uttar Pradesh kachoris are served with sweet and sour kaddu ki subzi. and thin potato curry
They are usually made with refined flour/maida but can also be made with wheat flour or a mix of wheat flour and refined flour or even with multigrain flour. Stir fried spicy lentil or vegetable mixture is made to stuff inside the kachori and then the stuffed kachoris are deep fried on medium heat till golden and crisp.
There are so many variations and versions of making kachoris .If you love making kachoris then do check this kachori recipe from my blog -The popular Urad daal ki khasta kachori , Aloo ki kachori, Corn kachori , Moong daal ki khasta kachori and tangy and spicy Kachori chaat