Kachori is a tasty snack to have. It is loved by everyone whether it is children or elders and is a famous food which is easily available in restaurants and roadside food stalls. Taste: Kachori tastes very delicious due to the spices used to make its filling plus its mouth-watering flavors. It has a special blend of several spices, which creates a magic whoever eats it. Famous For: Kachori is a famous dish of India and a variety of kachori recipes and dishes have originated from Rajasthan. Even before samosa, kachori was in existence. It can be eaten with any kind of chutney or sauce you love. Speciality: The speciality of kachori is that it can be a great option for any snack party or evening snack.\u00a0 If the steps are properly followed\u00a0then you can easily cook this snack at your home. It's less time consuming plus all the ingredients are easily available in your nearby shops or maybe at your house only. So today we have brought kachori recipe easy to make at your home. Time is taken to make Kachori To make kachori it will take 15 minutes to cook and 20 minutes to prepare all the ingredients. Number of Servings for Kachori If you follow the given procedure, this dish would be sufficient for 8 members. \tSimple Kachori Recipe \t\t \t\tKachori is a very delicious evening snack loved by many. It easy to cook. You can prepare it anytime you want.\t \t \t\t2 Cups Maida2 Teaspoon Salt To taste2 Tablespoon Ghee or Oil2 Tablespoon Curd1 Cup Besan1 Tablespoon Mint Leaves (Chopped)1 Tablespoon Coriander (Chopped)1\/2 Teaspoon Chilli Powder1 Teaspoon Ginger-Garlic Paste1 Teaspoon Green Chilli Paste1\/2 Teaspoon Haldi Powder1\/2 Teaspoon Garam Masala1 Tablespoon lemon juice\t \t \t\tFirst, mix maida with 1 teaspoon of salt, ghee, curd and make a stiff dough. Remember you can use water instead of curd to knead the dough if needed.Then take a saucepan and heat 2 tablespoon oil. When the oil is properly heated add ginger garlic paste, haldi powder, green chilli paste, pudina, coriander leaves, garam masala, salt to taste and besan into it and saut\u00e9 everything well until water dries up and the mixture starts collecting together.After this turn off the flame and add lemon juice into the mixture and mix well. Then keep it aside to cool down.When the mixture turns cool, take the dough and make balls out of it.After this make each dough ball into round and then a flat disk. Remember the circle should be thick. Take a dough circle and pinch its edges, you can also wet the edges a bit so that it could be placed together. Then place some of the besan mixture in the center.After this cover the mixture and pinch the dough to seal. Make a proper smooth round of it and keep aside till all your dough balls are ready.Then take a pan and heat oil into it for frying the kachori. Take the raw kachori rolls and fry them until they turn light brown in colour. Your kachori's are ready, serve hot with chutney of your choice.