The Annie & Anya Foodie Trail: That intimidating recipe: Pyaaz ki kachoris

When I visited Jaipur in 2013, I got a taste of the city’s famous snack — pyaaz  ki kachoris. Even though I am not a kachori person at all, I simply loved the taste.

Few months later my sis-in-law was in the Pink City on a work trip and she got these kachoris parcelled for us to devour. And devour I did.

Eating is one thing and cooking another. Kachori is all about texture – that khasta feel—and you have to knead the dough right and fry it at proper temperature to get it. Also the filling is full of amazing spices that need to be employed in balance for flawless flavor.

Bottom-line: Intimidating recipe, also the new theme of this food meme. Modesty aside, I fared so well on this one that my mom said I shall soon be rewarded for my efforts. Win-win!

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And here’s Anupma tackling that one daunting recipe — Devil’s chicken with citrus slaw — and making it look easy peasy.

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Week 1: Pasta: Four cheese ravioli in butter sage sauce
Week 2: Mexican: Homemade nachos and salsa bar
Week 3: Exotic India: Valval
Week 4: Let’s Bake: Rosemary, cherry tomatoes & black olives focaccia
Week 5: Element Broccoli: Broccoli kebabs
Week 6: Surprise Me: Mini donuts
The Annie & Anya Foodie Trail

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