Monday, February 15, 2010

GARMAGARAM SAMOSA
























































































































































INGREDIENTS

Flour : 1 kilo
Potato : 5-6 pieces (medium size)
Cauliflower : 1 piece (small size)
Green peas : 250 gram
Carrot : 1 piece
Salt : 1/2 tsp (as per taste)
Pepper powder : 1/2 tsp
Cumin powder : 1/2 tsp
Coriander powder : 1/2 tsp


PREPARATION

• Cut the potatoes, carrot, cauliflower into small pieces
• Heat 5-6 tsp of oil in a kadai
• Pour potatoes, cauliflower and carrot then fry it nicely for 15-20 minutes
• Add salt, cumin powder, coriander powder, pepper powder and green peas
• Stir it well for 10-15 minutes
• Keep it aside separately
• Pour flour in a bowl, add baking soda and sunflower oil and make strong dough
• Make small balls of the dough, roll them into thin circles and cut them into half
• Sprinkle water on the sides of the dough and shape into cones
• Fill the cooked potato mix in the cones and close the sides properly
• Heat 10-12 tsp of oil in a kadai
• Put the samosas in it and fry it well till it turns golden brown
• Serve the hot samosas with tea/coffee

36 comments:

  1. Hi. Yummy samosa, perfectly made.

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  2. I love them in Chaat too, so delicious.

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  3. Yummy snack and looks perfect dear.

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  4. Perfectly made samosa...:)) right, I coming over coz i got tea ready..:))looks tempting..

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  5. wow fulkop'r singara!!! perfect for the season. last year I also made some and have posted also.

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  6. oh wow, Babli, you are sure tempting me now with those gorgeous samosa pics! Looks lovely.

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  7. Great presentation and looks so yummy, thanks for sharing....

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  8. Jst perfect!! Loved ur step by step pics and description..

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  9. I am an ardent fan of samosa.Your samosas look so temting and inviting, I am coming over.

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  10. Tempting samosa, feel like grabbing few rite now..

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  11. Oh my samosas are looking great and I know you are gonna send that late to me ;D looks crispy and tempting!!!

    http://memoryarchieved.blogspot.com

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  12. Looks very tempting. Has come out so perfect and crispy.

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  13. Very tempting samosas Babli...I have bookmarked the filling you have used here, looks so tasty :)

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  14. Y U TEMPTING ME DEAR?LUKS PERFECT!

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  15. Crispy samosas! Perfect evening snack!

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  16. Yummy Yum Samosas! I love these w/ Imli ki chutney

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  17. Dear Babli
    How are you?
    I have been off blog and will be so for some time as I am in Milano away from Kitchen..
    Very nice one..I saw one Sahi lau chngDi Poppoing too, will eat that virtually in dinner today
    have nice week and best wishes

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  18. Samosa looks crispy and yummy....

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  19. hi Babli,
    Thanks for stopping by often at my blog even in my absence :)
    Thanks for all the awards u've showered :)
    I went through all the posts which I'd missed...am amazed at the dedication with with u cook such lovely recipes ..keep them coming dear!!
    God bless
    TC

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  20. Oh the samosa looks very tempting..Ur images are so large so It seems that samosa is right infront of me :)
    Liked the music in ur blog..

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  21. even i love garam garam samosa esp while having coffee...looks crispy and delicious babli

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  22. yes yes...count me in, any time :-)WishI could grab and munch on one from your plate...

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  23. oh my..oh my!!!! i m craving for some now...
    Looks so perfect and yummy dea..!!!ooh

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  24. hey urmi this samosas r making me hungry....wow thy r damn tempting,loved ur vegetable stuffing....nice pics

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  25. Yummy samosas !Love to have it with masala tea.

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  26. समोसे बहुत बढ़िया हैं!
    होली पर बनायेंगे!

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  27. Those samosas are mouth-watering.

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  28. जब तक रहेगा समोसे मे आलू.... हमारे देश मे यह नारा लालू जी के लिये चलता था । समोसे मे आलू तो अब भी है लेकिन....।

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  29. Dear Babli
    Thanks 4 visiting Panchamrutham & 4 ur sweet words...
    Samosas look perfect...so tempting too :)
    Adding ur wonderful blog 2 my blogroll....
    Unique & Interesting is fabulous !! keep adding more ...Happy blogging

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  30. Wow......samosas looks tempting and yummy.

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  31. Perfect samosa! Looks delicious and tempting. Feel like having it now.

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  32. Samosa my favorite snack,these look delicious.My 1st time here you have a nice collection of recipes.Following your blog now.

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  33. I had samosa at a company bake sale some time ago. Sure was expensive! Better to learn to make it myself. Thanks for the recipe!

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