Sunday, March 12, 2017

MINI ONION SAMOSA RECIPE

Mini Onion Samosa Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

A favorite in our household, these savory bites are filled with curried onion and shallow fried.

I have made this Mini Samosa  in the past and now craving to eat them now. This time. I choose red onion to be stuffed in my samosa.

Make my Mini Onion Samosa smaller than the regular ones, it was just nice for one bite.  Feel free to vary the size by dividing the dough into lesser balls for bigger samosa.  Also used a combination of plain flour and whole wheat flour  that yield a slightly darker shade than  the normal samosa.

The onion stuffing was seasoned with chili powder to add some punch  but you can decrease of increase according to your tolerance.

As you know. regular samosas are deep fried but I prefer to shallow fry them.  This does not effect the taste of this Mini Onion Samosa at all, they are still turned awesome.

Come, enjoy these bite sized beauties  with a cup of your favorite drink.

Other snack recipes you should try:

Egg Curry Puffs from scratch

Apple Oatmeal Bars

Prata Tuna Rolls

Fruit Cornflakes Bars

Mini Onion Samosa Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


MINI ONION  SAMOSA RECIPE
Yield      :   16 samosa

PASTRY
  • 1 cup  plain flour
  • 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
  • 2 tablespoon cooking oil
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp carom seeds
  • enough  water to form into stiff dough
METHOD

Place  both flour and salt in a mixing bowl.

Add in oil and water gradually to form into soft dough. Keep for  30 minutes.

FILLING

3 big red onion sliced
1 tsp chili powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp cumin seeds
salt to taste
1 tablespoon oil
water to seal

METHOD FOR FILLING

Heat the oil, add in cumin seeds, fry until fragrant.

Add in onions, sprinkle chili and turmeric powder, salt.

Stir for 2-3  minutes, remove and cool.


HOW TO SHAPE THE SAMOSA

Divide dough into 8 equal balls.

Roll out each ball on well floured  surface into  thin circle about 1/8 in thick, cut into half.  Shape the semi circle dough into a cone, overlapping each other. Glue the seam together with a little water.

Fill up the cone with a tablespoon of filling.

Brush the edges with water, press together to seal.  Complete the rest of the dough.

Heat  about 1  in deep of oil using medium heat. When the oil is hot,  slide the samosa and fry until golden brown, turning frequently. Do not crowd the pan.

Remove with slotted spoon and drain on  kitchen towel.

Serve hot.

Mini Onion Samosa Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


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10 comments:

sudha rawal said...

a differnt & delicious mini samosa..........

Jess said...

Sounds delicious! :)

I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Melissa @ Melclaire said...

These look so good. Thanks for sharing at the Family Joy Blog Link Party this week!

The Lazy Gastronome said...

Oh my these sound amazing - onion soup in a pie! Oh my oh my oh my - I want this!! Had to pin this dish! Thanks for sharing on the What's for Dinner link up!

Mrs Shoes said...

This is an appealing looking little snack; I'm going to try it even though I don't know what carom seeds are (so I'll just leave that out). Thank you for showing how to fold the samosas too.

I've found you & come to visit through the Sunday's Best link party; I hope you'll find time to stop on by the 4Shoes one day & let me know you've been.
:-)

Teresa B said...

This is something I've never made before, but it does sound wonderful. Thank you for sharing the recipe at The Really Crafty link Party. Pinned!

Ranjanis kitchen said...

onion samosa's are all time favourite to munch with cuppa chai.. love the way u made it :)

Alison's Allspice said...

I love samosa but I have never tried making them at home. I will definitely have to try your recipe, Thanks! Pinned for later. I found you at the This is How We Roll link up.

Izzy said...

Oh they're vegan, Will definitely have to try making these!

The Quirky Queer

Pooja Mahimkar said...

Yum!