Plain Kachori Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Plain Kachori Recipe


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Plain Kachori || Kachori Recipe || How to make a Plain kachori recipe with step by step photos 

Plain Kachori  is an unstuffed version of the famous Kachori is basically from Bihar India, which is a nice tea time snack but can also be used as a breakfast recipe and can be had with Aloo bhujia or chana Aloo, pickles, even a simple side-dish
Plain kachori is made of all-purpose flour and deep-fried in edible oil. Kachori can be made in different ways, with a filling or without filling. the normal kachoris are stuffed with daal, chicken potato 

But here I will give a recipe of simple kachori without filling
I learned to make it from my mother and grandmother, all the time my favorite snacks especially when the weather becomes cloudy or rainy I make it with Aloo chana tarkari in the breakfast and ever in the evening snack
                               
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But today I made plain kachori with steam chicken that I am sharing, though 1’m not a good photographer at all but try a bit to clear capturing step by step so that you could better understand
You also try once it can be had with a steam cup of Shireen tea, omelet, so let’s come to know how to make it.
Recipe tips:
  1. To prepare puffy kachori one thing keeps in mind dough should be super soft and nonsticky 
  2. All types of puffy kachoris whether they are stuffed or unstuffed must be dough soft and elastic smooth texture 

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In a bowl add maida, nigella, ghee, and salt_Mix them well together using hands until a crumble texture


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Then start kneading the dough by adding water little by little till turns to dough is  formed, take it out on working slab then further start kneading to the smooth dough, Cover it set aside for resting around 15 minutes

                                   
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    Take out the dough from the bowl and divide the dough into 3 equal portions.Make each portion like a thick rope and cut into equal small tennis size ball, you can adjust as desired if you want to keep the thick and big size of kachori instead of small or thin size

    Before you start rolling kachoris place the wok on the stove to pour oil on low flame. Take one ball and flatten it between your palms.Dust some flour on the working slab or rolling board. Roll each ball into a small flat kachori. Place all kachoris on a tray before frying


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    Heat enough oil in a wok, gently slide one kachori at one time in the medium hot oil, and fry it, until it gets puffy and golden brown in color

                         
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    Once take out the fried kachoris onto the kitchen towel to remove excess oil. Repeat the same process with all remaining rolled kachoris 
                        
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    Easy to make kachori is ready to serve with Aloo bhujia or aloo chana tarkari,steam roasted chicken

                      




    Plain kachori is an unstuffed version of the famous Kachori is basically from Bihar India, is made of all-purpose flour, and is deep-fried in edible oil. 

    Ingredients:
    1. 2 cup, maida all-purpose flour
    2. 1 tbsp, ghee
    3. ¼ tsp, nigella
    4. ½ tsp, salt
    5. Water as required
    6. ¼ cup, flour for dusting 
    How to make the plain kachori?    
    1. In a bowl add maida, nigella, ghee, and salt
    2. Mix them well together using hands until a crumble texture
    3. Then start kneading the dough by adding water little by little till turns dough is  formed
    4. Take it out on a working slab then further start kneading to the smooth dough
    5. Cover it set aside for resting around 15 minutes
    6. Take out the dough from the bowl and divide the dough into 3 equal portions
    7. Make each portion like a thick rope and cut into equal small tennis size ball
    8. You can adjust as desired if you want to keep a thick and big size of kachori instead of a small or thin size
    9. Before you start rolling kachoris place the wok on the stove to pour oil on low flame
    10. Take one ball and flatten it between your palms
    11. Dust some flour on the slab or rolling board
    12. Roll each ball into a small flat kachori
    13. Place all kachoris  on a tray before frying
    14. Heat enough oil in a wok
    15. Gently slide one kachori at one time in the medium hot oil and fry it
    16. Until it gets puffy and golden brown in color
    17. Once fried take out the fried kachoris onto the kitchen towel to remove excess oil
    18. Repeat the same process with all remaining rolled kachoris
    19. Easy to make kachori is ready to serve with Aloo bhujia or aloo chana tarkari, steam roasted chicken
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