kachori


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kachori

(ˈkatʃərɪ)
n
(Cooking) Indian cookery balls of fried dough with any of various fillings, eaten as a snack
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AM to 3:00 PM, resultantly consumers of 11 KV New Urmer, Hazarkhwani, Pando Road, Yaka Toot, Ring Road, Mera Kachori, Bagbabana, Urmer and Surizai feeder will face inconvenience.
Power supply will remain suspended from 132KV Rehman Baba grid station from 9am to 3pm, resultantly consumers of 11KV New Urmer, Hazarkhwani, Pando Road, Yakatoot, Ring Road, Mera Kachori, Urmer and Surizai feeder will face inconvenience.
CRISPY: Pyaaz Kachori from Udaipur is bigger than a palm and is served with a tangy tamarind sauce.
On this visit, it's the same fabulous Joshiji ke dahiwade and Vijay ki kachori, washed down with a tall glass of shikanji.
And at the back of the shop you'll find the hot food counter and open plan kitchen where Anjana holds court, rustling up the fresh options on an ever-changing menu of takeout dishes, with options like Thai lamb or aubergine massaman curry with rice, alongside vegetable and meat samosas and kachori - pastry balls filled with spiced peas or lentils.
95 to share between two), made up of seven pieces from the starter menu: khanda bhajia, kopra pethis, samosa, hara bara kebab, hathi chak vada, khuli kachori and sabzi shami.
With rice and whole wheat rotis you get a variety of side dishes, especially the vegetarian ones like gatte ki sabzi; gram flour dumplings flavoured with dry spices, dal-baati churma; spicy dal, kachori, and more.
They were identified as Sir Muhammad, a resident of Takhatabad Awal Peshawar and Matiullah, a resident of Mira Kachori Peshawar.
And of course, the Bania contributions to Delhi's bulging table are honoured with dishes such as Khasta Kachori Chaat and Dal Biscooti Delhi, an evolved form of the hugely popular Dal Moradabadi.
The tables are stacked with parcels of Zanzibari biryani and pilau, mandazi bread, samosa and kachori, ready to be picked up by people who have placed orders.
These items are also source of income for many vendors throughout the holy month, besides a huge rush at snack shops which also add variety of other items in their menu like kachori, bread roles, dahi phulki, roll paratha.