Indian Food Kitchen Blog. Samosa Recipe. Posted by Vinda Dravid | Posted on 18-01-2011 A recipe for a typical Indian samosa. The secret to perfect samosas is to heat the oil in a large wok till it becomes very hot so that it cooks the samosas to a crisp, golden texture in a matter of 2 minutes as opposed to frying it for a good 5 minutes. While attempting your first samosa, try not to be too ambitious by anticipating a perfect result. It takes a good amount of practice to be able to mimic the authentic version. Samosas can be stuffed with a variety of fillings from spicy to tangy to even sweet. Also check out the healthier whole wheat baked samosa recipe. 40 minutes 1 cup Refined flour (maida) 1/2 tsp Carom seeds (ajwain) Salt to taste Water 5-6 tbsp olive/vegetable oil Mix refined flour, carom seeds, salt and three tablespoons of olive oil/vegetable oil in a bowl.
Heat two tablespoons of olive oil/vegetable oil in a pan, add cumin seeds and when they start to change colour, add ginger, green chillies and potatoes. Did you also taste: Samosa (with folding instructions) Posted by Vinda Dravid | Posted on 18-01-2011 One of the gems of Indian street food-The Samosa is probably one of the most popular Indian foods abroad too. It is basically a form of a spicy stuffed pastry. It is believed that it originated in Central Asia and was introduced to the Indian subcontinent in the 13th or 14th century by traders from the region. Samosa, although tastes delicious, tends to gnaw at the conscience of those obsessed with their waist-lines as it is a deep fried potato filled snack with a covering made with refined flour refined flour. But not to worry, what you don’t wish to fry can always be baked and alternative fillings can always be invented!
To see the original samosa recipe, click here. To see some a list of samosa stuffings , click here. 20 minutes 1 cup 1/2 tsp Carom seeds (ajwain) Samosa Dough, Mince Keem Samosa & Potatoes Aaloo Samosay - Chef Zakir Live on Masala TV. Summary of Samosa Dough, Mince Keem Samosa & Potatoes Aaloo Samosay Samosas are a lovely snack for a cold day, hot day or any occasion, what about those raining days.
Serve them piping hot with Tamarind Chutney and Mint-Coriander Chutney. Learn to prepare two famous types, potato & keema stuffed. Similar Recipes in written format English Recipe Viewed: 12716 times Urdu Recipe Viewed: 28268 times Urdu Recipe Viewed: 10113 times English Recipe Viewed: 3012 times English Recipe Viewed: 5014 times. Classic Samosa 4 Fillings - Potato, Peas'n'Corn, Spinach & Coconut. Samosa is the signature family snack in india and around the world.
This appetizer is made by frying the pockets made of all purpose flour and stuffed with veggies, most commonly potatoes and spices. It is enjoyed right in the casual party to cocktails where small and cute baked versions become a food statement. Samosa is one of the most famous dumpling around the world, USA today. The other famous dumplings are Italian ravioli, Chinese Potstickers, Japanese gyoza, korean Mandu, Turkish manti, Polish pierogi, Russian pelmeni, Ehiopian tihlo, Ghanian Fufu.
Samosas recently were on the menu of President Obama at White House. Hmmm....was sounding unbelievable in the beginning as I always used to think it is a core skill and USP of experienced cooks only. I criss crossed on my couch with my laptop and had reminisces of the good old school days. Couple of days back I saw a few interesting recipes of Samosas on foodgawker and I was also tempted to try my hands on this spicy snack at home. .
Samosa - Food-India.com.