Kachoris are often served with chutneys made with tamarind, mint, or coriander. Another type is fried and stuffed legumes (especially urad and mung), commonly found in the Kutch region of Gujarat. In West Bengal and Bangladesh, kachori (sometimes pronounced kochuri) many have very different variations.
Although nothing has been documented and proven, kachori are believed to have been created by Marwari in the heart of Marwar. Previously, major trade routes passed through Marwar, giving the Marwars control over the region and access to the finest agricultural products. Another reason the Marwaris make this claim is their creativity in manipulating ingredients to get the most out of everything, and Kachori is a living example of this. The use of mild spices such as dhaniya and sound also reveals a connection with Marwar, as these spices are considered ‘good’ for the climatic conditions of the region.
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