Green peas kachori (Green Batani kachori )

April 13, 2009 at 4:55 pm 1 comment

Peanuts  kachori is easy to make and tasty evening break fast snack. This is real easy to make and very good.


All purpose flour ( Maida ) ;1/2 Kg
Baking powder : A pinch
Ghee : 75 gms
Salt to taste
Vegetable oil :for frying
Green peas ; 200 gms
Green chilli ;5 to 6
Lemon juice: 4 tsp
Cilantro : 1 bunch
Ginge garlic paste ; 1/2 tsp
Preparation :

1. Mix maida, baking powder, salt . Add some water and make a dough. Cover with wet cloth. Keep it aside for 30 minutes.
2. Cook whole peanuts in water until they are tender or pressure cook for one whistle. Remove the water.
3. Take cooked green peas, green chilli, salt, cilantro, ginger garlic paste into a jar and grind into smooth paste.  Heat oil in a Kadai. Add above  paste and fry for to 5 to 8 minutes. turn off the heat. Add lemon juice and mix well. Make small balls (Big lemon size balls).
4. Make maida dough soft with hands and divided in to small lemon size balls. Press on the thick plastic paper gresed with oil into small size puri. Put  green peas ball in the middle of the puri and cover with sides to make a round ball. Press it with palm to make them small puri size (Make puri thick).
5. Heat oil in a deep bottom vessle and when oil is hot, drop slowly from the kadai. fry until it turns light golden color.

Remove and keep them on paper towel to get the extra oil drained out. Let them cool for few minutes to become crispy.

This is very tasty evening snack. Kids and elders like them a lot.


Entry filed under: Evening snacks.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Swathi  |  March 4, 2011 at 8:48 pm

    just an advice… you gave the title as peanut kachoris, and many times used the term, but then it appears as green peas kachori, which term also you used multiple times.
    For crispiness the maida has to be kept as dough atleast 2-3 hours.
    anyways nice blog.


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