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Baked Samosa

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Time1 Hr 10 Min
DifficultyDifficult
Serves12

Samosa is a popular snack and needs no introduction in our Indian household. Samosas make up for the nostalgic birthday party moments, the rainy season, canteen with friends, and afternoon snacks with office colleagues. But a more refined and healthier version of samosa is the baked samosa. Baked samosa has all the taste and flavour of a regular samosa but without the frying process. Baked samosa ... s have fewer calories compared to other common potato recipes. It is thus free from the saturated oils and is light on the stomach. With the same taste and texture as that of a regular samosa, it is a popular choice for a light family snack. Another good thing about baked samosas is they can be stored in the fridge and you can bake them when you are ready to indulge. Baked samosa is a good appetiser and side dish when served with chutney or tomato sauce for a rich and authentic taste. It has lesser calories so that you don’t have to worry about restricting your cravings while you indulge in a healthier twist of homemade baked samosa. You can also replace the all-purpose flour with whole wheat atta to prepare a healthier samosa. You can also cut down on the potato contents and replace it with green peas and some sliced Gobi. Although you might not get the same authentic taste, your stomach will thank you later. It is also very easy to make this baked samosa recipe as it requires very few ingredients.

Nutrition Info. (per serving)

ProteinFatCarbsFibre111 Cal111 Cal111 Cal111 Cal
  • 3gProtein
  • 4gFat
  • 17gCarbs
  • 3gFibre

Ingredients

Dry Grocery

Refined Oil

Refined Oil

2 tablespoons

Salt

Salt

1 pinch

Cumin

Cumin

1 teaspoon

Chat Masala

Chat Masala

2 teaspoons

Turmeric Powder

Turmeric Powder

0.5 teaspoons

Red Chilli Powder

Red Chilli Powder

1 teaspoon

Atta

Atta

2 cups

Cashewnut (2 Piece Split)

Cashewnut (2 Piece Split)

2 tablespoons

Raisins

Raisins

1 tablespoon

Fruits & Vegetables

Potato

Potato

3 units

Peeled Green Peas

Peeled Green Peas

0.25 cups

Ginger

Ginger

0.5 teaspoons

Other

Ghee

Ghee

1 tablespoon

Pepper

Pepper

0.5 teaspoons

Green Chillies

Green Chillies

2 units

Coriander Leaves

Coriander Leaves

6 g

Water

Water

0.75 cups

Directions
1
Boil potatoes in salt water and cook till they soften.
2
Once the potatoes are boiled, peel & cut it into rough dices .
3
Chop the raisin and keep it aside .
4
Heat oil in a pan, add cumin seeds & chop ginger. Saute it for a few seconds .
5
Saute ginger and cumin for a minute and turn off the heat. Add turmeric powder & red chilli powder. Stir well.
6
Add cashewnut into the masala & toss it well .
7
On a low flame, add green peas to break down the temperature & mix the masala well. Add potatoes and mix well.
8
Add chopped green chilli, black pepper & salt and mix well.
9
Add chopped raisin and chopped coriander. Mix well and keep the stuffing aside .
10
Take a mixing bowl and add flour, a pinch of salt and ghee. Mix well.
11
Add water in parts to kneed the dough.
12
Keep the dough to rest for around 20-25 minutes .
13
Make small balls.
14
Roll into thin sheets and cut from the center.
15
Make a cone of half sheet with the help of your index finger and thumb .
16
Seal the edges with little water. From the open end, add potato mixture and seal the edges.
17
Repeat with the rest.
18
Keep the samosa on a greased baking dish or tray and bake it at 180 degrees for 10 minutes.
19
Serve hot it with a chutney of your choice.

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