Preparation time: under 20min
cooking time: under 15 mins
Recipe type: snacks
Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Makes: 9 samosa
- Ready made samosa sheets -9 sheets ( check notes for home made)
- Medium sized onion-2
- Red chilly powder- 1 tsp
- turmeric powder-1\2 tsp
- Chat masala-1\2 tsp
- salt- to taste
- oil- to fry
- maida/flour-1 tbsp
- water-few tsp ( to make paste)
1.In a bowl add finely chopped onion,chilly powder,turmeric powder,chat masala and salt.Mix it well and keep.This is your filling,you don't need to saute in oil as it get fried up while frying in oil.
2.In another bowl add flour and water to make a glue like consistency which is needed to seal the ends.Take the readymade sheet out from fridge and keep it in room temperature for at least 30 mins before making it.
3.Take a pastry sheet and place small amount of the filling on one side.and keep folding in form of a triangle till the end and at the end apply the flour paste and stick it.Repeat the same for all sheets..
4.Heat oil a pan and drop the prepared samosa, 3 or 4 at a time don't crowd it.Fry it well and when done drain excess oil in a paper towel.
Serve hot with ketchup as side for tea/coffee.
1.For home made sheets :
add flour/maida,salt ,oil and mix well.Slowly add water and make a non stick dough similar to chapathi dough.Make balls and roll it in to thin sheets,cut in form of rectangle to make samosa/spring roll pastry sheets.
2.If the filling oozes out water add little poha/aval to it which will absorb the water.
crispy n yummReplyDelete
I am curious about the raw filling... I would have loved to see how it looks once done inside...ReplyDelete