Tasty and Crispy Kachoris recipes for the fast

kachoris recipes

Hearing the name Kachori makes everyone’s mouth water because it is very crispy and delicious. You will have tried many different types of Kachoris recipes. Making Kachori is common during Indian festivals.

If you have a fast and during that time you feel like eating something crispy and crunchy, then today we will tell the recipe of fasting kachori. These kachoris are made in during the festivals like Navratri. This fast delicacy is crunchy and crispy. You must try these crunchy, and crispy kachoris recipes during the fast.

Kuttu ki kachori

Kuttu Kachori is very crispy and delicious. Anyone who has never eaten this kachori will still fall in love with its taste. If you bring ground buckwheat flour from outside, then its color is dark and the taste of homemade buckwheat flour is very tasty. And if you bring buckwheat and grind it at home, then its color becomes lighter. Many people use Kuttu during fasting and after offering it to God, then eat it, although you can make it on normal days also. 

kuttu kachoris recipes


  • 500 gms kuttu flour
  • 200 gms
  • 1 tablespoon rock salt
  • 4-5 green chilies finely chopped
  • 1 and a half tablespoon coriander powder
  • 1/2 tablespoon black pepper
  • finely chopped green coriander

How to make

kuttu ki kachori
  1. To make Kuttu Ki Kachori, first, wash 200 gm of potatoes and put them to boil on a medium flame. If you put your potatoes on a pressure cooker to boil, they will boil in about three to four whistles.
  2. Do not boil the potatoes too much, keep them tight.
  3. Sift the kuttu flour till the potatoes are boiled so that no thick crumbs remain in it.
  4. If the potatoes have boiled, then turn off the flame and leave it till the entire vessel is released into the steam.
  5. After sifting the flour, add 1 tablespoon rock salt, chopped green chilies, 1/2 tablespoon coriander powder, 1 and a half cup coriander powder, and finely chopped coriander. 
  6. Transfer the potatoes to a vessel and leave it to cool for 5-10 minutes at room temperature.
  7. After the potatoes cool down, peel them off. If the potatoes are still hot, soak them in water and let them cool.
  8. After peeling the potatoes, grate them. Now your mixture is ready to be prepared. Mix grated potato with buckwheat and all other ingredients.
  9. Do not put all the potatoes at once. Mix little by little. Mix all the ingredients in a circular motion with your hands. Mix the ingredients carefully and with light hands. If you mix too vigorously then your dough will become wet.
  10. Mix the flour in such a way that it should not be too dry and should not be too wet. Now make small round balls of the dough.
  11. Put ghee in a frying pan and keep it to heat on medium flame.
  12. To make their kachori, take butter paper and apply ghee on it, place a ball inside it and cover the butter paper. You can use a plate to press it. Now press it with a plate, if you press too much then the kachori may burst.
  13. Now open the butter paper and carefully remove the kachori from it.
  14. Put the kachoris in the frying pan and keep flipping them. 
  15. Fry it till it turns light brown and then take it out. You can fry several kachoris in one pan at the same time. Your kachori is ready. You can eat it with chutney or tea.

Samak ke Chawal ki Kachori

Samak kachori is very crispy. You must make it during fasting or any way. Samak rice is gluten-free, so it is not harmful to your health.

samak ki kachoris recipes


  • 250 gm Samak rice
  • 4-5 medium size boiled potatoes
  • finely chopped coriander
  • 1/2 tablespoon roasted cumin(jeera)powder
  • 1 tablespoon sendha salt
  • 3-4 finely chopped green chilies
  • And ½ tsp crushed black pepper

How to make

samak ki kachori
  1. To make Samak rice kachori, soak 250 gms of Samak in well-washed water for 15 minutes.
  2. After 15 minutes, throw away all the extra water from the Samak.
  3. Put the wet Samak in a mixer jar and blend it to a smooth paste. Do not add too much water while blending, you have to make a thick paste of it.
  4. After blending, there will still be some water left in it, so to remove the excessive water, roast this paste in a pan on medium flame and make it like a dough.
  5. Roast it till it becomes dough and thick.
  6. After that, Transfer the roasted dough to a large bowl and smooth it by adding tsp rock salt and 1 tbsp ghee.
  7. Your dough for kachori should be smooth. If you find it a bit tight, then add more water to smooth it.
  8. After applying the dough, mash the boiled potatoes for stuffing and add coriander, salt, cumin seed powder, chili, and crushed black pepper and mix it well.
  9. Your stuffing is ready.
  10. After that, put ghee in a frying pan on medium-high flame for heating.
  11. To make Kachori, make lemon-sized balls of dough and spread them in such a way that the stuffing can be filled in it.
  12. Fill the potato stuffing in it and close it. Now press it with the help of your hands and make thick kachori. Samak’s rice is gluten-free, so its kachoris can burst, so make it comfortable.
  13. Fry it in hot ghee and keep flipping it. Fry till it turns light brown.
  14. Now transfer to a plate. Your Samak rice kachori is ready. You can eat it in fasting chutney or with curd.

Singhare ke aate ki kachori

Singhare ke aate ki kachoris are also very tasty crispy and nice. You should definitely try this recipe also.

singhara recipes


  • 150ms singhara flour
  • 4-5 medium-sized boiled potatoes
  • 4tsp finely chopped green chilies.
  • 1/2 tsp cumin powder
  • Sendha Salt according to taste.

How to make

singhara recipes
  1. To make Singhare Ki Kachori, first, mash the boiled potatoes.
  2. Now mix cumin powder, salt, chopped green chilies, and water chestnut flour with potatoes.
  3. After that, Mix it like a tight dough. And leave it to rest for 10 minutes.
  4. Now heat ghee in a frying pan on medium heat. Now make small balls of dough and flatten them with the help of your hands. Do not dilute it too much as it can burst.
  5. Fry them till they turn light brown.
  6. After frying, transfer the kachoris to a plate. Your water chestnut kachori is ready.


These kachoris recipes can be prepared during the fast when you feel like eating something different or if your guest coming for a meal or whenever you feel like eating something delicious during the fast then these kachoris can be prepared. You can also make these kachoris recipes on your normal days as snacks to enjoy. Anyone who has never eaten these kachoris will still fall in love with their taste.  If you are thinking of trying something new in snacks, then try this crispy and very tasty Kachoris recipes.

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