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Samosa- yummy snack

Samosas are my favorite snack during tea time. I even like to enjoy them when raining. They are crispy and yummy. Although there are many kinds of stuffing's made in INDIA, I always like alu samosa. 
Ingredients:
Boiled, pealed and diced to small cubes-2cups
Carrots boiled and diced-1/2cup
Green peas-1/4cup
onions diced-1/2cup
Cumin seeds few
Ajwain-1/2 tea spoon (very little)
Turmeric-1/4ts
green chilies very finely chopped-3ts
salt to taste
chat masala/ pudina chutney powder-1ts
cilantro-10springs chopped


Method:

  • First prepare the dough for the outer crest of the samosa.
  • for crest preparation take the all purpose flour/ maida in a mixing bowl along with ajwain, salt and 2ts of vegetable oil.
  • Mix all the ingredients together, It is better to use hands instead of spoon or spatula, the oil should coat the  flour very well, then add water and knead like pizza/ chapati/roti dough.
  • Rest the dough for 15-20min, mean while prepare the stuffing.
  • For stuffing, heat 2ts of vegetable oil in a pan and add cumin seeds and allow them to splutter.
  • There after add onions and green chilies and saute until onions become transparent.
  • Now add turmeric and green peas and garlic and cook this mixture in a open vessel under medium flame until the green peas are well cooked, then add salt and chat masala/ pudina chutney powder and cook for few min.
  • Now add potato and carrot and mix well, cook this mixture for about 10min under medium flame.
  • Finally add cilantro and turn-off the stove.
  • Now take the dough and divide in to equal parts and roll each part like disc .
  • Cut each of the disc shaped dough into half, roll each half into a cone shape and fill with potato curry and wet the edges of the cone with little water and close it.
  • repeat this steps for all samosa's.
  • Heat oil for deep for in a pan and fry these samosa's in medium flame.

Enjoy with tea or pudina chutney.
hope you like my recipe.

Comments

  1. Yum! Just now I had chat potluck but I can enjoy them.
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  2. nice samosas,lovely snack anytime..:)

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  3. I love samosas with tomato ketchup... love the combination...

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  4. Wow DD! Lovely homemade samosas!!

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  5. Addictive and inviting samosas, our family favourite..

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  6. I came in on perfect time...it's teabreak now!!! Can you serve me some samosas please dear...looks delish! :D

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  7. Those samosas look wonderful. I really want to taste these now!

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  8. Indeed a perfect snack ....looks so yum

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  9. Crispy and delicious looking samosas..yum yum

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  10. Wow, looks fabulous...exactly like restaurant one. Awesome work, kudos to you.

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  11. thnQ frnds for stopping by and leaving your lovely comments!!!!

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  12. Love samosa ~ looks so tasty, wish I could grab one :D
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  13. Your samosas came out really perfect! Wish I could reach in and grab one for a snack! :)

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  14. perfect tea time snack and u have done it nicely.

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  15. tes samosas sont parfaitement tentantes, je me régal
    bonne journée

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  16. woww.. im coming to have samosas there... Deepthi this looks amazing...

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  17. I love samosas but usually take the short cut.... ready pastry for the crust!! Thanks for the recipe!

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  18. This is my favorite tea time snack. Looks yumm.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  19. thnQ frnds for stopping by an dleaving wonderful comments!!!!!
    @ love to cook, aipi and lena, I had these samosa on your name!!!! hehehe!!!!(wink!!)

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  20. I love how crispy and beautiful these are? Who could resist this snack???? Not me!

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    Je reviendrai avec plaisir.
    See soon.

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