- 1 Onion
- 1 tbsp Oil for mixture frying
- 2 Garlic clovesCrushed
- 1 Potatodiced into small pieces
- 1 Carrotsliced in small pieces
- 100 gram Frozen Peas
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp Crushed Red Chili
- 1 tbsp Black Pepper
- 1 tbsp Cumin SeedsCrushed
- 1 tbsp Turmeric
- 2 cubes Vegetable Stock
- Half Cup Coriander
- 6 pieces Green ChilliesFinely Diced
- 1 tbsp All-purpose flour
- 1 tbsp salt
- ½ tbsp Oil for dough making
- Oil to deep fry Samosas
Imagine going to your friend’s house for a visit and what her mom presents with tea at the table? Yes! A plate of yummy and sizzling samosas with ketchup and chutney to enjoy with tea. Seriously, who doesn’t love samosas? We all know well that this mini treat with bursting flavors hidden inside it brings a significant amount of joy to anyone willing to sit and sip a cup of tea with some yummy munchies.
Samosas have evolved into multiple types of styles and categories in cooking. You will find tons of different recipes to follow while making some delicious samosas along with various kinds of purees and curries to enjoy with them. One of the most commonly cooked styles of samosas is the VEGETABLE SAMOSA RECIPE, which is not only easy to prepare but rich in deliciousness. Anyone who is a starter or a cooking fan and loves to try out new recipes can start with some traditional cooking ideas that also include these veggie samosas.
If you love munching late nights or love to have some snacks with your teas while hanging out with family and friends, you can get these samosas ready for any time snacking by preparing them in your free time and putting them in the freezer. You will love it when you have ready-made samosas in your fridge with just frying required. We know you are craving for some veggie samosas now, so here’s a quick recipe to get your craving satisfied.
To prepare the filling of samosas, heat the pan with oil on a medium flame for 5 minutes, and add onions and garlic.
Stir until onions and garlic become brown and add the spices(Salt, crushed red chili, black pepper, cumin seeds crushed and turmeric) into the pan.
Fry the whole mixture for ten minutes and add the vegetables (peas, potatoes, carrots, green chili and coriander with vegetable stock and stir fry.
Cover the pan with a lid and let the mixture cook for at least 20-30 minutes until it’s thoroughly mixed and cooked. Pour it out in a bowl and let it cool.
Create dough with mixing all-purpose flour, salt, and a little oil with water and knead until it’s hard and round. Set it aside for a few minutes to get better results.
Divide the dough into the required amount for samosas and give it the shape you desire.
Fill in the dough shape with the mixture in the center and close the edges with a little water and flour to seal the ends.
Heat enough oil in the pan for deep frying and add in the samosas. Stir slowly until deeply cooked with golden brown color.
Serve hot with chutney and ketchup.