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Friday, June 28, 2013

Sattu Ki Kachori/ सत्तू की कचोड़ी

Sattu is a type of flour, mainly used in India and Tibet. It consists of a mixture of roasted ground pulses and cereals. The dry powder is prepared in various ways as a principal or secondary ingredient of dishes. Sattu is used in vegetarian cuisine as it can be a source of protein.
Sattu  is popular over a wide area of Northern India, particularly Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
Sattu is used in various dishes like paratha, kachori and drinks, most popular dish is litti in bihar .
It is basically a flour-like ingredient that is high in nutrients and is often called the powerhouse of energy.
Rich in iron, manganese, and magnesium, and low on sodium, sattu provides instant energy and also works as a cooling agent that further keeps the internal organs at ease and has several other health benefits that are discussed below.
Let's start 

Preparation Time:- 10 minutes 
Cooking Time:- 20 minutes 
Serves:- 4
Recipe Type:- Indian 
Author:- Hem Lata Srivastava 


For Dough:-
  1. 2 cup maida/Refined flour 
  2. Salt to taste 
  3. Ghee or Oil 2 tbsp
  4. Ajwain 1tsp

For Stuffing:-
  1. Sattu 1 cup
  2. Salt to taste 
  3. Chopped green chili 1tsp
  4. Chopped ginger 1tsp
  5. Chopped onions 2tbsp
  6. Chopped coriander 1tbsp
  7. Black pepper powder 1tsp
  8. Red chilli powder 1tsp
  9. Amchoor powder 1tbsp
  10. Cumin seeds 1tsp
  11. Crushed coriander 1tsp
  12. Oil 1tsp
  13. Ghee 1bsp
  14. Oil for frying 

Recipe procedur:- 
  1. Mix salt, ghee and ajwain in maida and make a soft dough using water keep aside. 
  2. Heat ghee in a pan add cumin seeds let them crackle ,now add ginger, green chilli and onion saute until transculant. 
  3. Now add sattu, oil salt and other ingredients mentioned for stuffing instead of oil. 
  4. Now divide the dough in equal portions. 
  5. Make balls, stuff and seal the edges. 
  6. Make kachori or you can roll them as per your choice. 
  7. Fry until golden and crisp.

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