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Try this Indian Samosas recipe, or contribute your own. "Butter" and "Indian" are two of the tags cooks chose for Indian Samosas.
"Many ingredients was a little hard to do and I put less the chili because my children do not eat too spicy things, but me & my family liked this very much."- Bikerdad
Recipe by: email@example.com (Ms Flora Bay) Cover the egg roll wrappers with a damp cloth until needed. Mix the filling ingredients except the butter, lemon juice and chopped herbs and fry in the butter until just cooked through. Sprinkle on approximately 2 tablespoons of water and increase the heat until the liquid has evaporated. Remove from the heat and add the lemon juice and herbs. Stir well and leave to cool. Cut the egg roll wrappers into 1 3/4 inch strips. To prepare the samosas using egg roll wrapper strips, turn one end over to make a triangular shaped pocket, then turn again in the opposite direction. Fill the cavity with a spoonful of the cooked filling and continue folding until the whole strip has been used and a triangular shaped pastry results. Seal the end with water or a paste made from flour and water. Heat oil for deep frying to fairly hot and fry the samosas, several at a time, until golden and crisp. Serve hot with a fresh mint chutney. Makes 36 samosas.
cheese09 2 months agoThese are great , we call them sambussa , Iraqi food , very good to make and put in freezer. When guest come unexpected lol
Bikerdad 1 year agoMany ingredients was a little hard to do and I put less the chili because my children do not eat too spicy things, but me & my family liked this very much.
promfh 8 years agoUsing WonTon wrappers make this a simple reipe to do. Great for a party or potluck.