Some people like it sweet, some like it savory and well, some dishes have the power to be both 😀 One of them is the Indian delicacy – Kachori 😀 Do you already feel your mouth water ? A simple puffed-up fried snack belonging to Rajasthan is a Jaipurite’s heartbeat especially right after he/she wakes up 😉 The texture of this Indian snack is crispy, flaky with delicious base which can be packed with all manner of delicious fillings, whether sweet or savory.
So let us take you on a fun trail of Kachoris in Jaipur, where some oldest and favorite joints are calling out the die-hard Kachori fans, also recently featured in the You Tube food show ‘Jeeman Season 2 by Jaipur Beat‘ 😀
Samrat Restaurant in Jaipur is one of the oldest shops in the city serving the best Pyaz ki Kachori since 1965 with their all-time favorite Dahi Amchoor Chutney and Tamarind Chutney. Pyaz ki Kachori is a savory filled with onions and other Indian spices which originated in Jodhpur, soon became a common breakfast option in Rajasthan.
Where: Shop No. 273, Chaura Rasta, Modikhana, Jaipur.
Radhe Kachori in Jaipur is popularly known to serve the best Hing ki Kachori in town since 1963. Hing ki Kachori is prepared with ground urad dal, with refreshing flavors of asafetida and is often accompanied with Dahi and Coriander Chutney.
Where: Churukon Ka Rasta, SBBJ Street, Chaura Rasta, Jaipur.
Khuteta Namkeen Bhandar
This small joint in the heart of the city is popular for its small dynamite known as Aloo ki Kachori, which is plain flour dough filled with potatoes and spices, served in Delhi chaat style with Mint and Coriander Chutney taking the taste on total different level!
Where: 90, Kishanpole Bazaar, Chandpole, Jaipur
Sampat Namkeen Bhandar
Now this place follows the rule of using skinned potatoes for their world famous Aloo ki Kachori, as they help in easy digestion. Sampat Namkeen Bhandar, is every Kachori lovers favorite spot since 1936 for their spicy Aloo ki Kachori, with doesn’t requires a need for Chutney but definitely a glass of water!
Where: Baba Harish Chandra Marg, Kishanpole Bazaar, Jaipur.
Shri Ram Namkeen Bhandar
There have been days when the rain made the window panes hazy, making me crave for some Shri Ram Namkeen Bhandar’s crispy Dal ki Kachori, which is again a common household name in Jaipur. Their Dal ki Kachori are best enjoyed with Kadhi and Tamarind Chutney since ages!
Where: Tresor Apple Store Street, M I Road, Jaipur.
Rawat Mishthan Bhandar
Any celebration is incomplete without Rawat Misthan Bhandar’s Mawa Kachori, a brand serving the authentic Mawa Kachori in Jaipur, which is a sweet delicacy filled with mawa and dry fruits dipped in sugar syrup, invented by Shri Rawatmal ji Deora of Rawat Mishthan Bhandar and considered as their signature dish.
Where: Ground Floor, Opp. Polo Victory Cinema, Station Road, Sindhi Camp, Jaipur.
Check out the episode of Kachori Trail of Jaipur featured on ‘Jeeman Season 2 – Food Trail of Rajasthan’ by Jaipur Beat 😀