Homemade Samosas

Homemade Samosa By The Little Chef

As boredom crept in and hunger to overwhelm us, the mother-daughter team decided its was time to whip up something savoury and crispy to complement the chilling weather outside.With shared love for cooking and a craving for something delicious,we embarked on the journey of making homemade samosas from scratch. As we gathered our ingredients and heated up the kitchen, the anticipation of sinking our teeth into these crispy, golden parcels of goodness fuelled our excitement. With each fold of the dough and each spoonful of the fillings, wow poured our love and creativity into crafting the perfect samosas to warm our soul and satisfy our hunger. As the arm of spice filled the air, we knew that our efforts will be rewarded with comforting and satisfying meal to enjoy together!!!

Join us on a delightedly culinary journey as our little chef takes the reins in creating home made samosas from scratch. Armed with enthusiasm and sprinkle of kitchen magic, my princess embarked on this flavourful endeavour, eager to craft a snack that would tantalize taste bursa db warm hearts. With apron securely fastened and ingredients at the ready, our kitchen buzzed with excitement as the little chef set out to conquer the art of samosa making. floured dusted countertops became canvas for creativity, a the chef measured and mixed with precision and flair.

Ah here comes the expert roller!! Watching her skilfully rolling out he dough to the perfect thickness is testament to the importance of technique in cooking. Just like the rolling out the dough, mastering the use pots and pans requires practice, patience and precision. It's a joy to see her confidence in the kitchen grow with each samosa she prepares. The dough -a simple yet essential foundation for our savoury delights, took shape under nimbling fingers- flour, salt and a dash of vegetable oil melded together, transforming into pliable dough ready to embrace the fragrant filling that awaits.

Next comes the fillings- a symphony of flavours waiting be composed. Boiled potatoes, peas and a medley of spices danced in the pan, relaxing tantalising aromas that filled the kitchen with anticipation. With each stir and sizzle, the little chef infused the mixture with love and curiosity eagerly tasting and adjusting until perfection was achieved. As the filling cooled, the dough was gently coaxed into circles, then folded tocradle the savoury filling. With practised hands and a gleam of determination, each samosas was meticulously assembled sealing in the promise of culinary delight.

Time for grande finale- the sizzle and crackle of the hot oil embracing each golden parcel. Our little chef stood tall, eyes bright with excitement as the samosa transformed into crispy, golden treasures- their aroma beckoningly those passed by the kitchen trying get a glimpses of the Samsons being fried up and served. The moment of truth arrived with flourish, the little chef presented the homemade samosas to a chorus of oohs and ahh.

Crispy on the outside, with a fragrant flavourful filling within each bite was a testament  to the joy of culinary exploration and magic of homemade goodness. as the last samosa disappeared from the plate, my little chef beamed with pride, knowing that they has embarked on a delicious adventure and emerged victorious. With heart and bellies full, we bid adieu to our culinary escapade, eagerly anticipating the next chapter in our cooking joinery with my talented little chef at the helm.  

Well that's another wonderful cooking project by the mother and daughter team. Together  we're not just making food; we're creating memerious and passing down traditions, one delicious bite at a time. A wonderful fun and rewarding experience with my little chefs was really overwhelming. What are u guys staring at the post- gather ur ingredients and started preparing the crispy samosas for your loved ones!!

Four the dough:
2 cups of all purpose flour 
pinch of ajwain seeds
salt to taste
1/4 cup of vegetables oil
water a required

For the fillings:
2 large potatoes boiled peeled and mashed
1/2 cup frozen green peas
1 small onion finely chopped
1 green chilli finely chopped
1tsp ginger garlic paste
1tsp cuim seeds
1tsp chilli powder
1tsp tumeric powder
taste to taste 
chopped coriander leaves

Preparation Methods:
In a large mixing bowl, combine the flour ajwain seeds and salt. Add the oil and rub it into the flour mixture until it resembles breadcrumbs. Gradually add water a little at time and knead til a smooth dough forms. Cover the dough with damp cloth and let it rest for 30 minutes.

Meanwhile heat some oil in pan over medium heat, add the cumin seeds and let them splutter- add the chopped onions and sauté til translucent followed by ginger garlic paste and green peas. After few minutes adcd the spice powders and mix well. Once the raw smell are removed add the mashed potatoes and combine well-just the level of salt and remove from heat allowing the filling to cool down.

Divide the dough into small sized balls and roll out into circle. Cut each circles into half. Take one side of the half and fold into a cone shape sealing the edges with little water. Fill the cone with the fillings and seal the open edges tightly by pressing together. Repeat with remaining dough and filling to make all the samosas.

Heat oil in a deep frying pan over medium heat. Once the oil is hot, fry the samosas in batches until they turn golden brown and crispy. Remove from oil and drain on paper towels.. See ht with mint chutney or uthe sauce of your choice.

Whether enjoyed as a snack or appetiser samosa at home offers a moment of relaxing and pleasure allowing us to savour the simple joys of life without stepping foot outside- so sit back, take a bite and revel in the comfort of home while relishing every delicious morsel of the samosa. Til next time and stay tune for more recipes from my kitchen to yours!!!