Samosa And Spring Rolls

Samosa And Spring Rolls

These Samosa And Spring Rolls are filled with spicy potatoes,green beans and carrot.
Samosa is a very popular snack in many countries.
Perfect Samosa Recipe and Spring Rolls Recipe , there is nothing better snack than this snack.
Samosa And Spring Rolls

Samosa Recipe

Crispy is what define these Samosa. I have had an opportunity to taste great Samosa while growing up,some oily others dry, crispy and delicious.i have also had Rice Samosa , perfect Rice Samosa,there is no better word to define Rice Samosa,it was perfect with the perfect amount of curry.
Samosas are not the type of snacks you make quickly,they take time but they are easy though.
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These appetizers are delicious and mouthwatering.
These Samosas have the perfect spice, I'm not a spice lover so I try to limit the amount of spice I had to my food
Samosa And Spring Rolls

How to make Samosa

This isn't the type of recipe that is quick like the majority of recipes on this blog.
This Samosa Recipe is delicious but it takes time to make.the dough and the filling is easy but folding is the hardest,do not worry it isn't that hard though.

I used the following ingredients for this Samosa Recipe
√ all purpose flour
√ Tablespoon of cooking oil
√ Irish Potato
√ Coriander powder
√ Samosa Spice
√ Black pepper
√ Curry Rajah
√ Green beans
√ Carrot
√ Mince Meat
√ Egg
√ Salt

In a mixing bowl add flour,salt and water,mix til smooth.Wrap the bowl with a plastic wrap then put in a fridge while preparing the fillings.

Peel the Irish potatoes,wash them cut into cubes.wash green beans and carrots then cut them.put cooking oil in a frying pan,let the oil get hot then put mince meat meat in the pan(don't make meat balls)
Fry mince meat til brown then add onion,green pepper,Curry Rajah and black pepper, coriander powder,green beans ,garlic and carrots.

How to fold samosa
Divide the dough in small balls then place on a floured working surface.
Place a mound of filling in one corner of the samosa leaving 1 cm boarder.

Fold the pastry corner diagonally to create a triangle then continue to fold retaining the triangle shape.
Below is how to fold samosas.
The below photo is just a demonstration of how you are supposed to fold your samosa.
Add as much filling as possible and place the filling the way you want to place them.
How to fold samosas

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Spring Rolls Recipe

Spring Rolls are just the same as samosas.the difference is in the shape.
It's amazing how we can make things that taste the same exactly way but they'll have different names because of their shapes.
If you were to tell a kid to choose between spring rolls and Samosas,the kid would find it hard to choose not knowing they all taste the same exactly way.

How to make spring rolls
Like I mentioned,you make spring rolls the same exactly way you make Samosas.
The difference between Spring Rolls and Samosas is in their shape.

How to fold spring rolls
Study the below photo on how to fold spring rolls.
Kindly note that you can add as much filling as you want.
This is just a demonstration of how to fold spring rolls.
How much filling you put is up to you.
How to fold spring rolls
Folding spring rolls is as easy as it looks.
Hope you'll enjoy making spring rolls and Samosas


Samosa And Spring Rolls 


Samosa And Spring Rolls Recipe
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Crispy is what define these Samosa. I have had an opportunity to taste great Samosa while growing up,some oily others dry, crispy and delicious.i have also had Rice Samosa , perfect Rice Samosa,there is no better word to define Rice Samosa,it was perfect with the perfect amount of curry.
Samosas are not the type of snacks you make quickly,they take time but they are easy though.

Ingredients
  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • 3 Tablespoons of cooking oil
  • 2 Irish Potatoes
  • 1 teaspoon of coriander powder
  • 1 teaspoon samosa spice
  • 1 teaspoon of black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon of Curry Rajah
  • 1 handful of green beans
  • 1 large carrot
  • 500 gram of mince meat
  • 1 egg
  • Any spice of your choice
  • Salt
Instructions

1. In a mixing bowl add flour,salt and water then mix with a handheld mixer til smooth. 
2. Wrap the bowl with a plastic wrap then put in a fridge while preparing the fillings. 
3. Wash the Irish potatoes,peel them and cut into cubes. 
4. Wash your green beans and carrots then cut them. 
5. Heat a frying pan on the stove,add cooking oil.when the cooking oil is hot,throw mince meat on the pan.fry the mince meat til brown then add onion,green pepper, Curry Rajah,black pepper, coriander powder,green beans, garlic and carrots. 
6. When the mince meat is cooked,remove the pan from the stove.cook Potatoes til tender. 
7. Remove the dough from the fridge and divide it in small balls. On a floured working surface start rolling the dough and place a mound of filling in one corner of the Samosa,leave a 1 cm boarder.do not overfill your triangle or they could split when cooking. Fold the pastry corner diagonally to create a triangle then continue to fold retaining the triangle shape,you can also use a spring rolls wrapper. 
8. Continue with the remaining dough and filling samosa using beaten Eggs 
9. Add cooking oil in depth of 2 cm in a frying pan.deep in samosas, quickly cook samosas in batches until golden brown on both sides. 
10. Make sure the cooking oil is not very hot because the samosa could get burn on the outside.the temperature should be medium. 
11. When ready transfer to a paper towel lined plate. 
12. Serve with a cup of coffee,milk or tea.

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Yield: 5 People
Calories: 98kcal
Fat: 7g
Cuisine: Zambian
Category: Main Course
Keyword: Samosa Recipe, Spring Rolls

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7 Comments

  1. oh are you kidding me!!! I looooove Samosas! I can't wait to make this, i am drooling already.

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  2. This recipe looks really tasty! Might try making them someday :)

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  3. I wish I could grab samosas right now.

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  4. This looks yum. I haven't made this yet but from the looks of it, I want to give it a try :)

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  5. I just love samosas.... and this recipe looks much easy to make... gonna try it as soon as possible... Thanks for sharing it...

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  6. I love spring rolls, but I've never had these before. I can't wait to try them. They look good! -LYNNDEE

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  7. Samosas are always part of my family's weekend breakfast. We enjoy them so much, both veggie and meat. Love the recipe.

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