Pyaj Kachodi, also known as Pyaz ki Kachori, is a popular Indian snack that originated in the state of Rajasthan. It is a deep-fried pastry stuffed with a spicy onion filling.
The popularity of this snack dish increased in other parts of North India when Rajasthani restaurants and food outlets opened throughout India.
Pyaz or onion-stuffed kachoris are a famous street side snack from the State of Rajasthan in northwestern parts of India. Rajasthani food is high on spice levels, almost fiery, the desert terrain demands that kind of spice level in their cuisine.
They taste best when they are served with a hot lehsun mirch ki chutney (garlic- red chilli chutney).