Bengali Kachori Recipe: Follow this easy recipe to make Bengali Style Kachori..


Bengali Kachori Recipe: On hearing the name of Kachori, people who are fond of food start watering in their mouths. Kachoris are made in many ways. Today we are going to tell you the recipe of making Bengali Style Kachori. Its taste is very much liked. Bengali Kachoris can be eaten as a monsoon snack. The taste of this food dish can be picked up with tea. In the rainy season, one often feels like eating something spicy, in such a situation, Bengali shortbread. Enough to dissolve the spicy taste in your mouth. Other spices including peas are used to make Bengali Kachoris. For this you can use frozen peas. Making Bengali shortbread is not much difficult. By following some easy steps, you can enjoy the taste of Bengali Kachoris.


Ingredients for Bengali Kachoris
Wheat flour - 1 cup
Green peas - 1 cup
Maida - 1 cup
Ginger-green chilli paste - 1 tsp
Sugar - 1 tsp
Ghee - 2 tbsp
Red chili powder - 1/2 tsp
Roasted cumin powder - 1/4 tsp
Coriander Powder - 1/4 tsp
Turmeric - 1/4 tsp
Cumin - 1 tsp
Asafoetida - 1 pinch
Oil - for frying
Salt - as per taste


How to make Bengali Shortbread

  • To make Bengali shortbread, first put wheat flour and refined flour in a layer and mix both. Add ghee to the mixture and knead soft dough by adding hot water. After this, cover the dough with a cotton cloth and keep it aside. Now start the process of preparing the stuffing for the kachoris. For this, first boil the peas. If fresh peas are not available, frozen peas can also be used. After boiling the peas, grind them coarsely.
  • Now put oil in a pan and keep it to heat on medium flame. When the oil becomes hot, add cumin and asafetida and fry it. When cumin seeds start crackling, add ginger-green chili paste, ground peas, turmeric, red chili powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and salt as per taste and mix well with a ladle. After this, fry the spices for some more time, so that the moisture of the spices gets completely removed.
  • Now take the dough and knead it one more time. After this, make a ball out of it and roll it in the shape of a puri. Put the filling in the middle of this dough with a spoon or hands, collect the edges and make balls and roll out thick poori. Similarly roll out thick puris by making balls. After this, keep the oil in the pan to heat. When the oil becomes hot, put the kachoris in a pan for frying. It will take 8-10 minutes to fry the kachoris well.
  • When the kachoris become crispy from both the sides, then take them out in a plate. Similarly fry all the kachoris. Your delicious Bengali style kachoris for snacks are ready. Serve them with chutney or tomato sauce.

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