Potato-Peas Samosa

Yesterday, it was a Friday Evening.... And Friday Evening's are always special... I always make something special for Friday Evenings... Most of the time, it's a family favorite... Since, Rakhi is round the corner, so decided to make something which was loved by we siblings, when we were Kids...

When we were small, My dad use to work with a N.T.P.C. So we use to live in a township... So, the option of getting street foods there was very limited. All of us, love street foods. Whenever we are going to nearest town, we make sure that we are getting some street food... But, these trips were not more than once in a month.... These trips depends completely on our grocery stock at home... If the stock is getting finished, we need to go... Well, these are the one of the beautiful memories from my childhood...  I must say, I had a beautiful childhood....

Some months it does happen, that we are completely full of grocery, and we do not need a trip to the nearest town... So, in those days, my mom brings these delicious street foods at home.... So, thinking back those wonderful days of childhood, thought of making Samosa, which mom use to make at home....

So, here presenting you a wonderful and amazingly delicious street food of India,
Potato Peas Samosa.........

Ingredients -
  1. All Purpose Flour (Maida) - 2 cups
  2. Whole Wheat Flour (Atta)- 1cup
  3. Semolina fine (Rawa) - 1 cup
  4. Baking Soda - 1 tsp
  5. Onion (medium size) - 1/2 (chopped)
  6. Peas (frozen) - 1 cup
  7. Potato (Boiled) - 5 ( medium size)
  8. Green Chilli -4
  9. Salt to taste
  10. Turmeric Powder - 1/2tsp 
  11. Chat Masala - 1tbsp or according to taste
  12. Mangrela-Ajwain - 1tsp
  13. Oil - 1/2 cup + 2 cups (for frying) + 2tbsp
  14. Water - 1 glass (warm)/*
Directions -
  • In a mixing bowl, put together Maida, Atta, Rawa, salt, mangrela-ajwain and 1/2 cup of oil.
  • In small portions, add warm water and knead, and make a tight dough.
  • Wet clean Kitchen Towel, by warm cloth, and cover the dough, and let it rest for 30 minutes.
  • After 30 minutes, remove the towel, and knead the dough for 5 minutes.
Ready Dough

  • While, dough is resting, put the pan on a heat, and add 2tbsp of oil.
  • Now, add chopped Onions, and Green Chillis, and saute till it turns translucent.
  • Now, add washed Peas, Saute. Add Salt, Turmeric powder and Chat Masala, and cook for a while.
Chopped Onions, Green Chilli and Peas

Frying with all Masala
  • Add mashed boiled Potatoes, and saute.
Boiled Potato added to the peas mixture

Ready Potato filling
  • Transfer this stuffing to the other dish to let it cool down for a while.
  • Now, heat another pan, and add 2 cups of oil to fry the Samosa.
How to roll the Samosa -
  • Take the dough 2 the size of walnut.
  • Make a ball, flatten it and roll it like a flat roti.
Ready dough
  • Roll it as thin as possible.
  • Cut in half.
Rolled dough ball

  • Pick one half, and make a shape of cone, sticking the edges.

Cone filled with Masala

  • Fill the filling in cone, and stick the bottom together.
Bottom of the Samosa Stick together

Ready to be fried
  • Repeat the process for rest dough.

  • Reduce the heat to medium, and start frying these Samosa, one at a time.
  • Fry till, they are golden brown from all sides.
  • Serve it hot with green chutney, Tomato Ketchup, any dip you want...



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