Vegetable Samosa

A triangular shaped fried pastry shell stuffed with different vegetables makes this a delicious snack to savor.


    Ingredients for cover :-

    All purpose flour :- 1 cup
    Oil :- 2 tbsp
    Salt :- To taste
    Ajwain :- ¼ tsp
    Water :- As needed

    Ingredients for stuffing :-

    Large potatoes (boiled, peeled and mashed) :- 2
    Onion (chopped) :- 1
    Salt :- To taste
    Garlic (crushed) :- ½ tsp
    Ginger (crushed) :- ½ tsp
    Green chilies (crushed) :- 2
    Coriander (chopped) :- 1 tbsp
    Lemon (juice) :- ½
    Garam masala :- ½ tsp
    Turmeric powder :- ½ tsp
    Red chili powder :- 1 tsp
    Coriander seeds (crushed) :- ½ tsp
    Oil to deep fry

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preparation method

Preparation Method for dough –

Combine flour, little water, salt and oil together to make a soft pliable dough.

Cover the prepared dough with moist fabric and set aside for about 20 minutes.

Preparation Method for stuffing –

In a pan, heat 3 tbsp of oil and put green chili, garlic, coriander seeds and ginger.

Stir-fry for a few seconds and then put onion to it. Sauté until light brown.

Add lemon, coriander, red chili, turmeric, garam masala and salt. Stir-fry for around two minutes.

Combine green peas and potatoes. Stir for additional two minutes.

Allow it to cool and set aside.

Preparation Method for samosa –

Prepare a thin round shaped small chapatti with little dough.

Cut it into two equal halves and run a moist finger along diameter.

Now join and stick together to prepare a cone.

Put a tbsp of stuffing in a cone and close 3rd side just like step 3.

Prepare 5-6 samosas from the dough and stuffing,

Heat oil in a deep bottomed pan and deep fry the samosas on medium heat until light brown.

Drain on kitchen paper.

Serving Suggestions

    Serve hot with chutney or pickle or sauce.

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Prep:30 mins Cook: 15 to 30 minutes


Do not fry samosas over high flame else it will become soggy and oily. Total carbohydrates :- 11.0 gm Calories :- 85.0 Sodium :- 175.0 mg Total fat :- 3.0 gm Saturated fat :- 0.3 gm Protein :- 2.5 gm Dietary fiber :- 1.5 gm Sugars :- 1.0 gm

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