Besan Ki Kachori

Delicious,crisp and flaky Kachori are best for satisfying the street food cravings ! This recipe is perfect and will give you perfect crisp Besan Kachori,serve them with sweet Date chutney and hot chai.

If you love eating some delicious and crisp street food then you are at the right place.
Somehow my love for some delicious,spicy,yummy street food makes me try many recipes that will help you learn so many Indian Street food recipes if you follow my website regularly.

Eating out or in a take-away joint,street food stall is not healthy nor economical ,but if we know how to make that perfect recipe at home then we would never bother ourselves to spend time and money looking for the right taste outside but rather make it ourselves at home and in a hygienic place and enjoy as much as we want.
Here's my another attempt to share crispy Besan Kachori with date chutney! 

These Besan Kachori turned out so crisp and wonderful that they did not go soggy for two days straight even after I kept them out without storing in an airtight container.
Have you checked out all the delicious street food recipes I have shard before?
I have shared Vada Pav,kachori Chat,Ragda Pattice,Bun Muska and so on. Here is the link to street food recipes.

Top view of Besan Kachori,served with sweet date Imli chutney and tea,chai.

Most of Indian Chaat or street snacks go very well with Imli Khajur Chutney or Date Chutney. I have shared a recipe of that too. 

Black bowl holding Besan Gram Flour Kachori

Print Recipe

Besan Ki Kachori
Perfect recipe of crisp,flaky Besan Kachori served with sweet date chutney!
  • For the pastry / dough
  • 1 & 1/4 Cup APF / Maida
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Sugar
  • 4 Tablespoon Hot Oil
  • as per need Warm Water
  • For Stuffing:
  • 4 Tablespoon Gram Flour / Besan
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1 & 1/2 Teaspoon Sugar
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Turmeric Powder
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Ground Cumin
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Coriander Ground
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Red Chili Powder
  • To make Spice Powder Mix
  • 1 Green Cardamom
  • 3 Cloves
  • 1" Stick Cinnamon
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Cumin Seeds
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Carom Seeds
  • 2 Teaspoon Corriander Seeds
  • 2 Teaspoon Fennel Seeds
  • Oil for deep frying
Firstly, make the dough.
In a mixing bowl,add all ingredients except oil and water to make dough.
Add hot oil to the flour and mix well.
Rub it well between your palms.
It should hold together if you try to form a ball.
Next add warm water slowly,to form soft dough.
Keep it covered for sometime.
Meanwhile make the stuffing.
Grind all the spices mentioned to form the spice mix,to a coarse powder.

In a pan,add Gram Flour and all other ingredients mentioned for stuffing.
Roast it for while till it gives aroma.
Keep aside to cool.
Pinch dough ball and roll in a disc,about 3 inch wide and 1/2 cm thick.
Place sufficient stuffing at the center.
Bring all the sides of the disc together and pinch to close the kachori.
Roll it further to form even disc.
Meanwhile heat oil,and when its hot,reduce the flame and slowly fry the kachori on low heat till golden brown and crisp.
Drain on kitchen tissue.
Serve hot with sweet date chutney.
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 8
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front look of besan kachori street food with sweet date khajur chutney

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  1. I would LOVE to taste this. I am all about making takeout food at home too. Always so much better, and way cheaper too. These sound full of wonderful flavour. The crispy texture is perfect. I just might have to give it a go at trying to make these.

  2. Oh these look so delicious and crunchy!!!
    What wonderful flavors, although I admit I have never used Carom Seeds before!!! I will be looking out for those.

  3. Wow! This recipe looks so delicious! One of the things I love about being a food blogger is being exposed to the recipes of different cultures. This is my first exposure to Besan ki Kachori and I want to make these! I love how crispy and delicious they look!

  4. I completely agree that if you learn to make the things you are tempted to buy as take out, you will make them at home instead. Some of the first new things I learned to cook were the things that my husband and I always wanted to go out and buy. I've never had Besan ki Kachori, but these look delicious. Now, I just need to find all of the ingredients.

  5. i havent had kachori in such a long time...and now im craving it with some hot tea.

  6. I have never tried these before, they sound so tasty!! Such a great snack and so much more satisfying than ordering from a takeaway!

  7. I have never had these, on the street or otherwise, but they look delicious - love that crispy exterior! So satisfying!

  8. Wow! These are crispy little pockets of perfection. I also love the sweet chutney that you have for dipping them.

  9. Your kachori look amazing! I love cooking Indian food, but this is not one I've tried... I think I've got all the ingredients. Yay!

  10. I can tell from the photos how flaky and tasty these kachori are. I can't wait to try this recipe!

  11. I've never had these, and I am intrigued by them! They look so crispy and flaky, and I LOVE the spices that have been used. The sweet date chutney sounds incredible too. Can't wait to try!

  12. I love looking at your blog! You're always expanding my culinary horizons with the most amazing sounding food, and this recipe is certainly no different!