Mawa Kachori Recipe
The list of Indian mithais may be a long one, but the long list of Indian savouries sure does match up to that. And one popular dish that takes a little from both the dishes is the mawa kachori. A regular kachori consists of deep fried flour filled with spiced stuffing, which is usually made of roasted potatoes, onions, lentils, dry fruits and the likes. Meanwhile, mawa a.k.a. khoya is a term used for dry or evaporated condensed milk. Together, the mawa kachori is a sweet snack that consists of the deep fried flour dough stuffed with mawa and dry fruits.
Mawa can be easily found in shops but it is always yummier to make it at home, and the best part is that it is super easy to whip up. This dish also requires a cardamom-infused sugar syrup to douse the kachoris in. And although optional, the syrup definitely steps up the taste of the mawa kachori. Follow these simple steps to make a batch of the delicious sweet dish today!
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