Yaden Samosa Recipe
- Potato (1/2 kg)
- Salt (1 ½ table spoon)
- Red Chili powder (tea spoon)
- Coriander powder (1 tea spoon)
- Cumin seeds (1 tea spoon)
- Green coriander leaves (1/4 cup chopped)
- Black sesame seeds (1 tea spoon)
- Onion (1/4 cup chopped)
- Green chili (3-4 table spoons)
- Oil (4 cup for frying)
- All-purpose flour (2 cup)
- Water (3 cup)
- Ghee (3 table spoons)
- Salt (1 pinch)
In a pan add boiled potatoes and by adding ½ cup of stock mash it with the help of a masher. Once they are mashed properly start adding dry ingredients.
In another pan add few table spoon of oil and add chopped onion, green chilies, black sesame seeds, coriander powder, red chilies and green coriander leaves. Fry all the vegetables and spices till onions are translucent and all the vegetables are coated with spices.
Now, add these vegetables to the mashed potato pan and mix it well. Your filling is ready
In a large bowl add all-purpose flour, 3 table spoon of ghee and pinch of salt. With a spoon mix it well and by adding water gradually kneel the mixture till it is in the form of soft dough, this will work as the wrapping of the samosa. Grease the bowl and Cover it with the help of napkin and leave it for almost 30 minutes.
In a small bowl add three table spoon of all-purpose flour, three to four table spoon of water and mix it well till it is in the form of thick paste.
Now take the dough and grease it with oil and take a small part. By using the rolling pin roll it and make a pocket, fill the pocket with the mixture and seal it with all-purpose flour thick paste and make sure there is no hole in the samosa.
In a big pan add oil and put it on medium flame till it is hot and ready for frying.
Deep fry the samosa from both sides till it is golden brown, serve this samosa with mint sauce or tomato sauce.