Kachorie - insides

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    Trini kachories aren't quite like the Indian dish of the same name. They don't even make this in Guyana so I am not sure how it originated. They're not stuffed with anything, but they are deep-fried. Generally made from a paste or thick batter of yellow split peas or chick peas (ground fresh, or flour) mixed with green seasonings like chives, chadon beni (bandhania) pepper and geera/cumin.
    While they may be somewhat similar ot falafel, when made from ground peas, not only is the seasoning different, but kachories are intended to be lighter, and thinner, so the ground peas are generally mixed with some flour, water and baking powder to make a ight crunchy patty.
    Enjoy with your favourite spicy (or not so spicy) chutney.
    (Made for iftar during this past Ramadan)


    1. Kym. ages ago | reply

      nice angle!

    2. Chennette ages ago | reply

      thanks! crouching down and shooting while simultaneously frying...dangerous work taking these food shots :-D

    3. *tamara* ages ago | reply

      ooh interesting... i think a month in trinidad won't be enough. you're always coming up with new stuff!
      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    4. Chennette ages ago | reply

      yah - new deep fried stuf...
      :-) but return visits are good too!

    5. cosas y vida ages ago | reply

      these look great! thanks for adding it to the group.

    6. Chennette ages ago | reply

      you're welcome :-)

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