Kachori is a spicy snack that is prepared with all purpose flour, and stuffed with moong dal, onions or even mawa or khoya and then deep fried in ghee and served with a dhaniya pudina chutney or an imli chutney. Kachori are also known by the names Kachodi, Kachouri or Kachuri.
Kachuri is a dish that originated in North India and most popular in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Moong Dal Kachori and Pyaaz Ki Kachori are the famous variants of Kachori that are popularly eaten. Kachori is usually served as a snack during evening time and most famously prepared during the festival season of Holi. During Holi, kachoris are prepared in bulk and stored up to 3 days in airtight containers and served to guests during the celebration time.