Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Baked Samosa Salvation Guaranteed,...;-)

Its been so long since i had real good Samosas,by real good Samosas  i mean the one prepared at home in Kadai ,but today when i prepared Samosas in my kitchen i didnt go for the usual deep fried one instead i tried Baked Samosa
which i had seen twice in blogosphere at Arundathi and Lakshmis space,i followed her recipe for kneading the dough ,for potato mixture recipe is mine.
Recipe Name Baked Samosa
Recipe source Food Blog
Recipe Style Baking 
Baking temperature 190 degree centigrade
Baking time 25 mins 
Knead the dough as per the recipe here and keep aside
Ingredient needed for Potato filling
Boiled potatoes peeled and mashed three
onion chopped one
green chili one
cumin seeds half tsp
green peas handful
salt as per taste
turmeric powder a pinch
oil to cook
coriander powder half tsp
amchur powder half tsp
Heat oil in nonstick wok
lower the flame and add cumin seeds
once it starts spluttering add chopped onions and green chili
keep frying till onions start changing their colour
add mashed potato followed by salt ,turmeric powder,coriander powder.
Mix well and add green peas followed by amchur powder .
Let it simmer for a minute or two and remove from flame.
Divide the dough into equal parts
roll out with help of rolling pins and with help of bowl shape out circle shape
with help of knife divide the circle into two equal shape
fold from both the sides to make a cone
fill in the mixture and seal by pressing the edges together
preheat the oven to 190 degree centigrade
and bake the samosas for approx 20-25mins.
Serve them hot with green coriander chutney and ketchup.

 Thanks a ton friends for sending such yummy delicacies for the event,i will be dng the round up soon,..:-)tk cre and enjoy the week ahead ,..


Rachana said...

I love samosa's and always have baked ones:) Your samosa looks yummy..wish i cud have one now :)

Finla said...

I must admit i love the deepfried ones. But think the baked ones are nice too; better for our waist line too.

Pavithra Elangovan said...

wow thats guilt free samosa.. so I can have more ..looks so perfect and yummy.

chef and her kitchen said...

I do make baked samosa's,but I use the wrappers which we get in frozen section...need to satisfy our cravings with this healthy version

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummu samosas...nice pic..waiting for ur entry to my christmas and new year special feast event

Asha said...

Looks good, not bad at all for baked samosas!! Good one. I know crust won't be as crusty as fried one (I know! I tried baking them once! :D) but can eat these without feeling guilty! :)

Anonymous said...

Yummy! Crunchy one for tea!


Priya Suresh said...

Beautiful and absolutely a guilt free baked samosa..yumm!!

Vanamala Hebbar said...

nice samosa's..

Spice said...

what a co-incidence from last two days I'm planning to make samosas but fried version......baked one looks good too....

Lakshmi said...

Even I enjoyed them when I baked. Long time never made any. I have plan making some. They look delish in the pic..

Cham said...

Been so long I had samosa, I would love to grab few not one :)

Anonymous said...

Wow...this looks amazing! I love samosa's. Bookmarked to try this baked version :)

suvi said...

I totally echo Asha's comment. Baked don't get as good as the fried ones, but they are guilt -free!

Jayashree said...

Love samosas.....never tried baked ones before.

Unknown said...

Love those cuties, look perfect.

Hayley said...


Love the samosas..and baked one nice too...

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Unknown said...

nice and guilt free..but I love to indulge on the deep fried ones occasionally

Rina said...

Gr8 substitute to fried version..

Suma Rowjee said...

Yummy! Would love to try these at home!