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curry puff + samosa = Potato flowers

I already told Aipi that i will try this recipe.......
hi aipi this is the excellent flowers i got.....thnx for nice recipe...

I like medium spice so i cut-shot some of the ingredients that aipi used,,,,,,,
Potato---boiled and sliced 2cups
onions---1/2 and 1/2 cup
green chilies/ pappers---finely chopped---2ts
green peas (batani)--1/4cup
salt to taste
chat masala


  1. Take pastry sheet out of the box and let it come down to room temperature.
  2. Mean while prepare curry,
  3. Take a pan heat 2ts of oil and add 1/2 cup of onions+ green chilies+ turmeric+green peas and fry until onions are half cooked
  4. Now add boiled and diced potato to this and mix well by adding salt to taste.
  5. Now the curry is ready, add  remaining 1/2 cup onions to the curry and mix well.
  6. Take the pastry dough unfold it and cut it in to 8 squares,
  7. Take a muffin maker and grease the cups with oil.
  8. Mean while pre heat the oven at 350F.
  9. Sprinkle the chat masala on each doughlet, place it in muffin maker by stretching them to the required size with hand.
  10. Now add the curry on top of a cup and bake for 10-15min at 350F.
  11. Enjoy with green chutney or tomato sause.

plz come back again :) Deepthi


  1. very nice snack it with a hot cup of tea

  2. wow!!! I wanna munch some right now!!!

  3. So addictive,tempting puffs,fantastic snacks..

  4. Nicely recreated deepthi...these must have disappeared in no time.

  5. Looks good .. must have tasted yummy too.


  6. yeah!!!! we enjoyed this recipe :)
    thnX frndz for ur lovely comments :)

  7. Very well executed dear. Thanks for dropping by in on my blog. Please do check out MAITRI event @ my blog.

  8. Potato Flowers.. Sounds different. Flowers look lovely.


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