Samosa Recipe | How to Make Samosa | easy samosa recipe

 Cooking Time: 15min (If Samosa sheets are available)

Boiled Potato4 In quantity (medium size)
Green peas1 Cup
Cumin seeds1 Tablespoon
Onion1 Big
Coriander4 Spoons finely chopped  
Chilly Powder 1 Teaspoon
Oil2 Tablespoons
Ginger Garlic Paste1 Tablespoon
Mint2 Leaves
Garam masala powder1 Tablespoon
Tomato ketchup1 and a half Tablespoon
Sev3 Tablespoons
SaltAs per test

  1. Take a pan and put oil in it, let's heat it up, add cumin seeds, onion and green peas in it and mix it till onion becomes golden. 
  2. Add ginger-garlic paste, garam masala powder, tomato ketchup, chopped coriander, chopped mint leaves, chilly powder and salt in it and again mix it well.
  3. Finally, you can turn off the flame and add boiled potato in it and smash it using smasher. Mix it again to create fine mixture. 
  4. Take a Samosa sheet, fold it like a cone. Add the filling in it. Pack the edges well, now it's ready to deep fry. If sheets are dry, we can make a slurry mixture of all purpose flour (Maida) and water to apply it on edges, so will stick together easily. 
  5. Heat up the oil, once its heat up well low the gas flame and deep fry the samosa till its colour become golden.
  6. Serve it with sev on it and some tomato ketchup.
Samosa with tomato ketchup

Make sure you are frying it at low flame, to make it crunchy enough.  

It will be crispy and the filling is delicious, you can also try samosa chat by adding some more ingredients in it. One samosa contains 262 Calories, so better to think before eating too many samosa's. We can eat this with tamarind chutney or green chutney as per your choice.

If Samosa sheets are not available easily, comment it below, so that we will share the recipe of it. If you guys are facing some issues finding some ingredients in it, like Garam masala, tamarind chutney or green chutney or sev, just comment it below. We will happy to provide you these recipes as well. 

A samosa is a fried or baked pastry with a great stuffing ingredients, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, cheese or lentils. This is a very popular deep-fried snack from India, Middle East and Asian countries.

Samosa is easily available almost everywhere from street-side shops to five-star hotels. But, most of us loves the rustic samosa available on streets. However, they are not healthy enough😕, but we can enjoy it occasionally. 

Samosa is loaded with transfat and unhealthy stuffing, having a bite of samosa can sometimes cause an upset stomach. It may take different forms, including triangular, cone, or half-moon shapes, depending on the region. 

Isn't that interesting fact about Samosa?

Try this recipe at your home, we know you are gonna enjoy it a lot. Thanks for reading the blog hope you guys will try the Samosa soon and provide us with the feedback about your experience about it. We will be happy enough to watch your pics with Samosa in comments section.