Did You Know About These Kachori Varieties? Here Are 8 Of Them To Try! 2022

  • Jasmine Kaur
  • November 01, 2021

There was a time when I used hog on a plate of khasta kachoris everyday. A small food stall outside our college used to serve these crispy and flaky snacks along with tamarind and coriander chutney. That's when I fell in love with this Indian delight. While samosas have their own fan fare, kachoris are equally popular street food bites. From pyaaz to moong dal kachori, there are options galore. With chutney or aloo ki subzi or just a plain kachori, all the combinations work well. Here are some delectable varieties you can try. 

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Pyaz Ki Kachori

4.7
15 Ratings
Pyaz Ki Kachori :

This is a famous Rajasthani variety that is all things tasty. The crispy kachori is stuffed with a spicy onion filling and served with tomato sauce. 

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Gujrati Masala Kachori

4.9
10 Ratings
Gujrati Masala Kachori :

Another kachori from a neighbouring state of Rajasthan, this masala kachori has a sweet and spicy flavour to it. 

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Matar Kachori

5.0
14 Ratings
Matar Kachori :

The kachoris are all about their filling. You're in for some surprise as this kachori contains a simple peas filling. 

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Mag Dal Ni Kachori

4.6
17 Ratings
Mag Dal Ni Kachori :

This is one of my favourite kachoris that are filled with moong dal. While the filling is not a lot, the flavours are amazing. 

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Sattu Ki Khasta Kachori With Green Chutney

4.4
10 Ratings
Sattu Ki Khasta Kachori With Green Chutney :

Khasta kachori is a special kind of kachori with a flaky and crispy exterior, unlike others. This one is made from sattu and served with green chillies. 

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Raj Kachori

4.5
15 Ratings
Raj Kachori :

One of the most popular street foods on India, this kachori has raj in its name which means it has to be something grand and royal. 

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