SAMOSA ROLLS

On April 17, 2013 by Tina Diep

samosa rollsThese delicious little rolls are inspired by the Indian samosas. This inspiration came from my friend Sofia.

An exact recipe is not really needed – I think that you can manage nicely with your own version. I choose to use pastry leaves (Yufka-Jufka from ömür – a Turkish product) for a healthier version than the original samosas, but you can also use filo dough. I also baked the rolls in the oven (at 375 degrees) instead of frying on a pan, which makes them easier to prepare and a lot healthier.

To make the stuffing, I first boiled and mashed potatoes and carrots, and then sautéed onions and garlic. After mixing these items together, I spiced the stuffing with chili powder, curry, turmeric, cumin, salt and pepper, and added a little bit of milk and butter. After rolling each one, I lightly brushed them with a beaten egg to give each roll a beautiful color during the cooking process.

One Response to “SAMOSA ROLLS”

  • Until a month ago, I had only tried the “samosas” you can get at 7Eleven, but then I tasted the real thing in Dubai and OMG it’s good. Your’s look delicious!

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