Try out these crispy bite size samosas made with roti strips. The process of making is a bit tedious but when you get to taste them you feel it is worth the effort. These can be made with veg or non veg filling. You can easily freeze them too.
White flour ...........3-4 cups
Salt to taste
For the filling:
Chicken or mutton mince ... 1/2 kg
Onions ............. 2-3
Garam masala ....1 tsp.
Coriander powder ..... 1 tsp.
Cumin powder ...........1 tsp.
Dry mango powder .... 1/2 tsp.
Turmeric powder ...... 1/2 tsp.
Red chilli powder ........1 tsp.
(Prepare the filling)
1. Fry the onions to a golden brown colour.
2. Add the mince and all the spices, salt and saute it adding a little water till done. It should remain dry. Add the coriander leaves and let it cool.
3. Now prepare the dough. Just add salt to the white flour and knead it.
4. In a small bowl mix oil and white flour in equal proportions.
5. Make a paste of white flour and water and cook it for 1-2 minutes.(This will be used to bind the samosas)
6. Roll out 4 small rotis from the prepared dough. Apply the white flour-oil mix on each, place the other one on top. Roll together all the 4 rotis.
7. On a hot griddle quickly semi-roast the rotis. Cut them into long strips and separate them.
8. Fold each strip into a triangular shape and fill it with the prepared mix. Bind it using the paste.
Deep fry and serve hot. For variation you can use any other filling like aloo, paneer etc. etc.
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Wow i have never made pastry for samosa like this. Have bookmarked to try them.ReplyDelete
These samosas are very crispy and light too....compared to the other samosas.....though the process is little tedious.I am sure you will love them.Delete
yes,shoba I LOVE these samosas and this snack is an all time favorite of my husband and childrenReplyDelete
Thanks Susheela for visiting my blog and your comments are so precious to me. I am glad that your family likes these samosas.Delete
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I made the pattis and wrapped them in clingfilm a day before. With the filling and pattis handy I can make the samosas whenever needed.Yes we had samosas for a whole week! Aruna Misra.ReplyDelete
So glad you made them and everyone enjoyedDelete
You make samosas in a very authentic way which I like. Ready made pastry never tastes as nice.ReplyDelete
True.. even I tried it once when I had some guests.. Home made is the bestDelete
Love samosas especially with potatoes and peas! But I'm so lazy and can't be bothered to make them myself so I have to rely on those shop bought :)ReplyDelete
Oh.. you must try them once.These days you get the ready wrappersDelete
Wow, roti strips samosas are so new to me! Must be crispy ! Wonderful evening snackReplyDelete
Thanks Priya. Do give them a tryDelete
I had made once this kind of covering for the samosa and they are really good. Nice samosasReplyDelete
Yes, they really are crispy and nice. ThanksDelete
I have so many Bohra friends and during Ramadan, they send mutton samosas for my hubby. These the most common type of samosas we get in Kenya. I tasted the other type, with thick pastry ones when I first went to India.ReplyDelete
Yes, the ones with keema stuffing made by Bohris taste awesome.Delete
wow never heard of these roti strip samosas. what a unique idea. will definitely check them out soonReplyDelete
Oh then you must surely try these. You even get the ready strips.Delete