Healthy Baked Kachori Recipe
Recipe by: Nutralite
- Prep: 15 min
- Cook: 20 min
- Serving: 5-6
- Review Count: 5037
- Category: SNACKS
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Now, you don’t need a special reason to make kachoris… but so much better when there is one. It’s Holi! And what could be a better snack than healthy baked kachoris to add to the festive fun. This perfect crunchy dish to add to healthy brunch ideas, is one of the most relished veg recipes of India and is a must-include in your Holi menu. Here’s how you can make its non-oily, healthy, baked version easily.
What you need to make Baked Kachoris
For the dough
1 cup wheat flour
For the filling
Chopped Coriander powder
Nutralite table spread
How to make Baked Kachori
- To begin, mix the flour, a few drops of melted Nutralite Classic, a small pinch of salt and water in a bowl. Knead it well to make the dough.
- Now on to the filling. Grind the peas for just a few seconds in a grinder. Keep it coarse.
- Heat a few drops of oil in the pan. Add mustard seeds, ginger and garlic. Next, add the coriander powder, chopped green chillies, cumin powder and salt. Next, add the ground peas and let it cook for about 5 minutes. .
- Next, take dough and make small round balls. Roll out each ball to make a small size round roti.
- Then, place a spoonful of the filling in each of the rotis. Close the open ends and make it into a ball. Brush them with Nutralite before baking, for best results
- Preheat the oven to 180 degrees for about 8 minutes. Place all the kachoris on the baking tray and bake for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Now, remove the tray from the oven and turn all the kachoris over, to let them cook on the other side. Bake for 5 to 8 minutes.
- Once cooked, remove the tray from the oven and let the kachoris cool a bit.
Golden brown, soft and crunchy with the heavenly taste of a filling of peas, we showed you a pretty fun and different way for an Indian vegetarian recipe that you wouldn’t have imagined to be so easy and healthy. Do you have any alternative ingredients to make healthy kachoris? We’re all ears…
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