Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Kachoris from Mansukh's


Pradeep my colleague got a bag of Kachoris from Mysore for me. He reads my blog regularly and knows I love food and like to share my thoughts about it. We have many times discussed about our favorites. I have been complaining about the quailty and authenticity of chats in Blr. My experience tells me it is just not chat, the Mumbai and Delhi Chats that I know. Everything smells of sambhar here. Pradeep challenged me that Mansukh's products will change my views.

Yes he was right. These Khasta Kachoris are the best I have tasted this side of the south. He had got couple of other things like ganthia and rosgullas that were very authentic. So the next time I visit Mysore I am going to raid this shop. Else Pradeep is quite dependable.

The filling is spiced right and is made from moong dal/ urid dal and the cover is khasta or crisp and layered. A perfect Kachori. There is another Kachori that I am fond of and that I make at home the recipe is by a famous Indian cook will post it some time. Till then keep guessing and salivating.

10 comments:

  1. Now, even I crave for some kachories :) I agree that the taste of chat differs from North to South, but I feel that the chats in hyderabad tasty pretty OK.
    Waiting for your kachori recipe :)

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  2. mala pan... mala pan.. attachya atta

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  3. those look delicious!!
    i have to wait for few more weeks to taste real indian food as i am off for 3 weeks!!

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  4. Kajoris are looking great Anjali. Viji

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  5. Love the way they look! YUM! I remember eating those in Belgaum,really tasty.Enjoy you lucky girl:)

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  6. i vl grab some when i find mansukh's
    and waiting for ur recipe :)

    www.talimpu.com

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  7. The picture of kachories is very enticing...

    I now want to make some hot kachories...

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  8. these look really nice...and I m also going to visit this shop next tim I m in Mysore, which wont be too long

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  9. Vinaya attachya ata blr la nighun ye...

    Cinnamon I'm yet to taste chat in Hyd.

    Padmaja, bhags chalo thanks to Kachoris you will be visiting India ;).

    Viji, watch out for the other recipe its a gem.

    Asha, Anusha nice rhyme with your names thanks for your comment.

    Kumudha ...at first I thought it is one of my seniors commenting here:).

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  10. Anjali, you know Modern in Santa Cruz (W) - at least that's what I think it is called - near the WR station? They sell khandvi, dhokla and all kinds of delicious Gujju treats. If you are ever in that area, try their kachoris. I am sure you will love them!

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