Moong dal kachori–aloo ki sabji is a filling breakfast across North India.You can find this as a street food.You will also find this at chaat counters in weddings.
Types of Kachori
Dal Kachori is a crisp deep fried flaky pastry.It is stuffed with spicy lentil mixture. Pyaz ki kachori has onion filling in it.Urad dal stuffed kachori is yet another popular variety.Serve it as snack with mint or tamarind chutney.You can also eat it with curry.
Kachori and Banaras ki gully
Many halwai and cooks make them continuously in gullies of Banaras. They fry them in a huge wok and churn out dozens at once.The sight itself may be a huge reason for being hungry.Also, many people visit holy river Ganga for morning bath and prayers.They eat breakfast in the gullies on the way back because they are hungry too post an elaborate prayer.This helps tourist also have a good brunch before wandering across various gullies.If you like something cold,you may have a glass of thandai along with it.
Scroll below to read Moong dal kachori-aloo ki sabji recipe
Snacking at home
You may use the left overs for dahi kachori chaat. Add some pickle,lemon juice,sev mixture and chopped onions.Top it with some tangy chutney. You can also have it plain with masala chai .Great travel companion.It tastes yummy even at room temperature.Enjoy!
Special thanks to my friends Neha Porwal,Raj Gupta and Anuja Vijay who helped us perfect this recipe.