Monday, June 05, 2006

Samosa this time :)

Here I come again with another recipe....
This time a snack
All time favoruite Mumbai's Samosa..... Yeah ofcourse with my personal touch

Home Made Samosa

For Filling...

  • Potatoes-----2

  • Soya Granuels---1 cup

  • Cottage cheese ----- 1/2 cup

  • Green peas -----1/4 cup

  • Corriander ----1/4 cup

  • Black Pepper ---1 tsp

  • Green chillies --- 4 (finely chopped)

  • Garam Masala...1 tsp
For Dough...

  • All purpose flour (Maida) ----3 cups

  • Suzi (semolina) ...1 cup

  • oil----1 tsp

  • Ajwain---2 tsp

  • Salt

Oil for frying


Take Maida + suzi in a bowl , add oil, salt
Make a dough out of it with help of water

For Filling

  • Heal water in a pan and let it boil

  • Add soya granuels and boil for 3 minutes

  • Strain the granuels and leave it aside for some time

  • Now Take a bowl and add boiled and mashed potatoes in it

  • Add cottage cheese (mashed)

  • Add the peas to it (frozen or fresh as per season)

  • Add soya granuels and corrainder

  • Add salt to taste + Black pepper + Green chillies + garam masala and mix well

  • Take a pan and heat 2 tsp oil in it,

  • Saute the filling for 5 mins and let it cool down
Samosa shells

  • Make small ball out of dough and roll it they way you do for chappaties

  • Cut it in two equal halfs

  • Take one half in your hand and make a shape of cone, sealing one side with water

  • Put one spoon of filling in it

  • Now seal it with water.

  • Make samosa's shells in this similar pattern

Now put oil in wok (kardhai) for frying
Let it boil
Then simmer the flame and fry these samosa's into it.
When it becomes crisp take out on tissue paper
Serve with green chuttney


Mehak said...

ohh toh Sunday Shaam ke Chai was enjoyed with garma-garam Samosa's...

Menu Today said...

Your samosa looks yummy!!! Nice blog. If time permits please visit my blog.

Ricky said...

Oye hoye, padh ke hee muhn main paani aa gaya. It's my fav snack with chai during rains. Yummyyyy!!

Shama & Diya said...

yummy samosas!! You can also add small cubed pieces of chicken [if non-veg]..thx for the recipe:)

Ashish Gupta said...

bore ho gaya ghar par kha kha kar!!!

all of malwa's spicy,fried,fat-laden dishes!!
Fuk! I gained an inche in waist X(

KrishnaArjuna said...

Good recipe Preeti! Never tried this filling before though..

The Bhandari's said...

@Mehak... yeah :)

@menu today... hey thks for coming your blog rocks too

@Ricky....yeah I too love it when it rains and it's raining now too but am in office cannot head towards kitchen to prepare it lols

@shama.... :) thks for coming yeah but u didn't noticed dear this blog is only for veggie lovers, non-veg is strictly NO NO for me :P

@Ashish.... hmm now I come to know why u r missing your meals in hostel :P

@krishnaarjuna.... thks dear, do try it and let me know how it turned out for you


Shama & Diya said...

Oh...hmm..hey but I will still your recipes and incorporate my non-veg stuff...hehe

The Bhandari's said...

U are most welcome shama :)

Anonymous said...

oops i prepare the samosha but its became so hard like stone anyone tell me how to make it crispy

The Bhandari's said...

ahh reason to add suzi is to make them crisp, else u can add soda or baking powder too. It might have become very hard due to over frying.

archana said...

Nice recipe, never trid this kind of filling before. Thank you for posting

The Bhandari's said...

You are welcome archana

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Sanjana said...

Samosas reminds me of my days in Mumbai. Just love this deep fried sin. Thx for sharing this recipe here.
Chk this version of samosa here:

Meera said...

Nice recipe. With soy granules, it is nutritious too!

Sharlin kaur said...

hmm not an bad Idea waise bhi aaj saturday hai kaal ke din enjoy your breakfast with Samosha

sadhna singh said...

very nice thing to share. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful recipe