Onion Samosa

Samosas with onions , peas and carrots

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Onion Samosa

Samosas with onions , peas and carrots

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

By sowmya anilpillai

Published On: 12 Apr 2009

Rating: 3
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40 Minutes
Served : 5
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Step 1

Sautee all the ingredients starting with the veggies in a pan with 3 tsp oil.

Step 2

Start adding the powders when onions becomes translucent.

Step 3

Once the raw smell of goes off, stuffing is ready.

Step 4

Knead all the ingredients with enough water just like you make chappatis.
:- But dough should be hard enough(not very pliable) to hold the stuffing.

Step 5

Cover the dough ball with a damp cloth and keep aside for 15 minutes.

Step 6

Divide the dough ball into small balls of even size.

Step 7

Dust the counter top with flour and roll out each of these balls into around 3 cm diameter.

Step 8

Take the small rotis and shape into a cone(just like the ones peanut vendor makes using paper).

Step 9

Press the cone tip with your finger, so that it is sealed.

Step 10

Take a tablespoon or more of the filling and keep in the cone.

Step 11

Seal the cone by gently folding the open end of the sheet.
(Tip:- you can damp the end with water and press).

Step 12

In a pan, add enough oil for frying and once hot fry the samosas 2 at a time to a golden brown color.

Step 13

Drain oil in a paper towel and enjoy with ketchup or coriander chutney.

Step 14


Nithya Allwin

Step by Step detailed description is very good and useful for the beginners. Tastes good! Thank you Sowmya for this recipe.

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