If you have to go out and carry some filling Indian snack, nothing better than Aloo ki Kachori. In Indian trains, you would find half the people carrying Aloo ki kachori.
Last weekend we had to go to Cincinati. We first had to drive for 3 hours and then take a flight. So the menu on the way was "Aloo ki kachori" :)
Filling is prepared in the same as in Royal bread pakoda .
Wheat flour 2 cups
a pinch of salt
water to make dough
Oil for frying
Heat oil in a pan.
Mix salt in wheat flour. Using wheat flour and water, make dough. The consistency of the dough should be little more loose than the chapati dough. Now make ping pong size balls. Rub little oil on your palms. Take a ball, spread it with your hands and fill it with 1 tbsp filling. Cover it well and slowly spread the ball to approximately 3 inches in diameter. Make more of this. When oil is hot, fry it to golden brown in color. They are great with tea.