Enjoy perfectly crispy, flaky and delicious samosas at our home.

All time Favorite Recipe

Samosas are a favourite snack among both locals and visitors. A samosa is a fried or baked pastry filled with savoury ingredients such as spicy potatoes, onions, peas, cheese, or lentils. Depending on the location, it can have various shapes such as triangle, cone, or half-moon. The name samosa derives from the Persian word sanbosag.




Step 1

To make this simple recipe, grab a dough kneading plate and fill it with all-purpose flour. Knead in a little bit of salt and water to make a fine dough. When finished, let the dough aside for 30 minutes to rest.

Step 2

Heat a little amount of oil in a kadhai over medium heat. When the oil is high enough, add the cooked and mashed potatoes, as well as all of the spices - red chilli powder, turmeric, salt to taste, kasoori methi powder, garam masala powder, chaat masala powder, and a little sugar. Mix well before adding the peas. Stir-fry for around 2-3 minutes. When finished, put it in a bowl and set away until needed.

Step 3

Roll a little amount of dough into a thin roti. Cut it in half and fold it into a cone shape. Fill this cone with potato masala and seal it with a little water. Allow 30 minutes for the samosas to dry.

Step 4

Once dried, put a kadhai over medium flame and when the oil is hot enough, fry the samosas until golden brown and properly fried. Serve with tamarind and green chutney.