Kachori is a popular Indian snack believed to have originated in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Kachori is much sought after the world over. Kachori is a flattened round ball made of wheat or all purpose flour with a stuffing of lentils or other spices. The filling that goes into a Kachori is usually made from yellow moong dal or urad dal mixed with selected spices. There are many variations of Kachori that differ in taste and look. Pyaaj Kachori or Onion Kachori has a stuffing of spiced onions. Mawa Kachori has a filling of milk solids and is soaked in sugar syrup. Raj Kachori and Khasta Kachori are very famous in Delhi and Agra where they are eaten with potato curry and tamarind sauce.