Indian street food is a perfect blend of colours and flavours. The best way to define this is through the wide range of chaats, kachoris, and tikkas we are blessed with. Today, we are going to take you through the tasteful ride of kachori that was actually invented decades ago by the Marwaris. Kachori is a famous Indian street food that is made with all purpose flour (maida) or whole wheat flour and has a rich filling made of a large variety of ingredients ranging between urad daal, moong dal, mawa, onion and Indian spices. Served with spicy aloo curry or different types of chutneys, this deep-fried snack has redefined itself with time and is now an integral part of breakfast menu in different parts of the country too.