Vegetable Samosa - Best Evening Time Snack For Vegetable Samosa Recipe

By Samanwita Majumdar, Posted on 17/07/2020 - 3 Comments
Vegetable Samosa - Best Evening Time Snack For Vegetable Samosa Recipe

PREPARATION TIME

15m

COOKING TIME

10m

RATINGS

2.6 Average Ratings

COMMENTS

3 User Comments

This is a very popular winter snack item or more popularly a street food recipe from Bengal. It is the normal conical samosa but the stuffing is made using the winter fresh cauliflower cooked in methi seeds along with potato cubes and fresh green peas. It is crunchy and served with sauce.

Ingredients of Flour Preparation

1.00 cup Maida
0.25 tbsp Salt

Ingredients of Masala Preparation

0.25 no Cauliflower
1.00 no Potato
0.25 cup GreenPeas
2.00 no RedChili
0.25 tbsp Salt
0.25 tbsp Sugar
0.25 tbsp GingerPowder
10.00 tbsp Oil
0.25 tbsp Turmeric
0.25 tbsp PanchPhoron

Masala Preparation

Take a potato, peel and wash it and cut it into small cubes, cut the cauliflower florets into small pieces, take the green peas too.

STEP : 1

Take a potato, peel and wash it and cut it into small cubes, cut the cauliflower florets into small pieces, take the green peas too.

Heat oil in a kadai and add the panch phoron (blend of 5 spices) along with the red chili crushed and then add the vegetables. Fry it for a minute or two.

STEP : 2

Heat oil in a kadai and add the panch phoron (blend of 5 spices) along with the red chili crushed and then add the vegetables. Fry it for a minute or two.

Add salt, sugar, turmeric powder and ginger powder and mix it well and cook till the vegetable is boiled and become tender

STEP : 3

Add salt, sugar, turmeric powder and ginger powder and mix it well and cook till the vegetable is boiled and become tender

Set aside the cooked filling in a bowl and then let it cool so that it can be easily put as a filling

STEP : 4

Set aside the cooked filling in a bowl and then let it cool so that it can be easily put as a filling

Samosa Preparation

Make a dough of the maida and then form the circular shaped puris and then cut them across the diameter as shown

STEP : 1

Make a dough of the maida and then form the circular shaped puris and then cut them across the diameter as shown

Make a cone from the half circle as shown below in the image and pour the filling as shown in the cone.

STEP : 2

Make a cone from the half circle as shown below in the image and pour the filling as shown in the cone.

Repeat the same step for all the samosa batters and seal the base of the cone as shown in the image

STEP : 3

Repeat the same step for all the samosa batters and seal the base of the cone as shown in the image

Heat adequate amount of oil in the kadai and deep fry the samosa on all sides till they turn golden brown and are ready to be served with sauce

STEP : 4

Heat adequate amount of oil in the kadai and deep fry the samosa on all sides till they turn golden brown and are ready to be served with sauce

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Comments (3)
Deep sarkar Deep sarkar
Samosas are my all time favorite. My mom used to make this regularly after I shared this recipe with her. This was so amazing and delicious. My dad and brother loved this so much. Couldn't belief how nicely it turned out. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe with us.
Simran Simran
This recipe is quite healthy because we can add as much veg. as we can. It is very popular winter snack in India. Every Indian like to eat. This recipe is easy and filling also.
sabitha ajeed sabitha ajeed
This is a very popular winter snack item or more popularly a street food recipe from Bengal. It is the normal conical samosa but the stuffing is made using the winter fresh cauliflower cooked in methi seeds along with potato cubes and fresh green peas. It is crunchy and served with sauce.