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Ingredients 3 cups all purpose flour plus more as needed 1-2 tablespoon granulated sugar 1½ teaspoon salt 3-tablespoon oil 1¼ cup warm water Filling Instructions In a medium- large skillet, add oil, onions, garlic, ginger and sauté, for about 2-3 minutes, stirring constantly to prevent any burns. Then add, curry, pepper sauce and paprika, and continue stirring with a heavy wooden spoon, about 2 minutes. Add boiled potato cubes, and peas. Slightly smash the potatoes and peas then thoroughly mix until ingredients are fully combined, add a little bit of water to prevent any burns. Simmer for about 2 minutes. Finally throw in cilantro, adjust the seasoning, to taste. Remove from the heat and let it cool. You may prepare this a day in advance. Dough In a large bowl add flour and make a well then add sugar, salt Followed by water or oil Knead to form soft and sticky dough. Place dough on a heavily floured board and knead for about 5-7minutes. Continue to flour dough as needed to facilitate kneading. Be careful not to over do it. Dough should be soft, elastic and smooth. On a lightly floured surface form the dough into 16 balls. Roll the dough using a lightly floured rolling pin; cut it half. Spoon a generous 1-2 tablespoons filling in the center of a half-circle; lightly moisten the dough edges with water or flour paste, using your finger. Fold the end over the filling to form a triangle, and then continue to fold up the strip in triangles, like you would a flag. Continue with remaining dough. Set samosas on tray. In a large, sauce pan pour vegetable oil, until it is at least 3 inches), and place on medium heat until oil is 350 degrees. When ready gently place a few samosas at a time into saucepan Fry for a few minutes until the bottom side is light brown Turn over and fry for a few more minutes until the other side is light brown. Use a large spoon or something like that to take it out of the oil. Repeat the process until finish. Best serve warm with this pepper sauce
Yum! I love samosas. Especially with mint chutney.
I order samosa every time I eat at an Indian cuisine. So delicious.
There is an awesome east african food stand at my farmers market that makes amazing vegan samosas! Now I won't have to wait til Wednesday to get my fix :)
I'm usually not one for fried foods but that filling sounds worth it :)