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January 20, 2010

Samosas-Quick and Easy Recipe



 I bought wonton wrappers from an american store and filled each of them with spicy potato mixture and deep fried till golden brown. Making Samosas can't be any easier than this.

Makes about 25 samosas

Ingredients:
For filling:
Potatoes-3
Oil-1 tbsp
Jeera-1 tsp
Garlic-2 pods
Salt
Turmeric powder-1/4 tsp
Chilli powder
Kitchen king masala/garam masala powder-3/4 tsp
Peas-a handful
Coriander leaves-a handful

For outer cover:
Store bought wonton wrappers-25

Method:
To make the filling:
Pressure cook the potatoes. Peel the skin and mash well.
Heat oil in a pan. Add jeera. When it crackles, Add chopped garlic and fry for a minute.
Add rest of the ingredients and mix well. Fry for 2-3 minutes. The mixture should be dry.

To assemble:
Thaw the wrappers.
Place some potato filling in the center.
Lightly wet the open edges of the wrapper with a drop of water and fold it into a triangle. Seal well.
Repeat these steps for other wrappers.
Deep fry the samosas till golden brown.
Serve hot with chutney or ketchup.

47 comments:

  1. Wow!!! Yummy Samosa's made so easy...Cool idea:)

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  2. Nice idea! I will try with wonton wrappers next time :)

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  3. I do something similar to this. I sometimes give it a wash with some oil or egg whites and bake them. Guilt free as well!

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  4. Nice pics. I do the same thing for samosa's. Some times i use egg roll wraps too..

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  5. Yummm... love the picture :)

    - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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  6. hey... Nice descriptive pictures!!.. samosa looks very good :)

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  7. soopera iruku Mahi! mouthwatering :)

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  8. wow...samosas luk yummmy....nice click

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  9. really quick and simple one dear..nice photo

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  10. Hey am feeling hungry now seeing ur samosas.....btwn awesome pic!

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  11. Looks so yummy and crispy..mmm feel like having it.

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  12. Guess this must have been the highlight of the dinner, yesterday!! Looks awesome! :)

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  13. Yummy Samosas my fav. Photo clicks are great...

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  14. Tempting pics dear...Mouthwatering samosa...

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  15. This is the fastest way to cook samosa... looks yummy...


    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  16. Wowowow, i loveeee samosas.planning to make this weekend :) Thanks for the recipe ..

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  17. Wow kalakita Mahi..super ini adikadi samosa than..

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  18. YUM YUM!! Wonton wrappers and Spring roll wrappers are the best and so easy to make Samosas. Looks great M, good post.

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  19. Making samosa with wonton wrapper is very innovative my dear..looks delicious:)

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  20. looks so yummy!
    but we wont get such wrappers here in TamilNadu!

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  21. wow that is sooper easy .. I bet it can't be easier than this

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  22. Gr8 idea Dear.i had tried with spring roll sheets but that didn't work well,looks perfect.will try soon

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  23. thanks for the idea !! will definitely try this !!

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  24. Please collect your award from my blog dear:)
    Thanks!

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  25. Wow thats easy way to make samosas!!

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  26. Great!! mouthwatering samosa...gets easy when you use any type of shop bought pastry or wraps...nice click..:))

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  27. I do with spring roll wrapper, looks perfect!

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  28. Truly easy. I never attempted to make samosas till date. Each time I have a samosa craving, I look up some recipe, but never make it just because it is so complicated to cook samosas from scratch. Thanks for the great idea :-)

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  29. ohh that's definitely quick!

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  30. Yummy samosas!Do drop by
    http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/
    if time permits

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  31. The wonton wrappers work well in samosas and you may even bake them like the puffs. as with you always the picture looks lovely.

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  32. First time here.. you have a great space..nice samosas..love the clicks.

    www.foodlyrics.com

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  33. Looks very tasty Mahima, I was gonna make it for tomorrow... So crispy and neat!!!

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  34. Kalakera Mahi!! nice idea.Inviting picture.

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  35. That is one cool idea to use the wonton wrapper for the samosa! Makes life so much easier and quicker to enjoy these delicious treats.

    Soma(www.ecurry.com)

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  36. Looks yummy! I have tried with spring roll wrapper, tastes too good.

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  37. great idea thanks for sharing.

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  38. Great idea! I must look for wonton wrappers on the shelves soon!

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