Onion Samosa

This is one of my fav snack item. I still remember my dad used to get these samosa's on sunday for snack time. And we sisters used to fight for them. Was thinking to make these for a very long time, got to make now for the BM 20 under cooking with onions. This a a recipe of Vah chef from Vahrehvah.com. Just followed all the directions for there. And they turned out super good.

We need:

Wheat flour 1cup
All purpose flour 1cup
Poha 4SPS
Large onion thinly sliced 1cup
Chili powder 1 sp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying
Chat masala 1sp
Chopped cilantro 1/2 cup


In a bowl add wheat flour, maida, salt, 1sp oil and mix well with water.
Make it a smooth dough. Keep aside for 30minutes.
In a mixing bowl add poha, sliced onions, chat masala, chili powder, salt, and cilantro.
Mix well and keep aside.
After 30minutes make the dough into 6 portions.
Take portion and roll it very thin.
Cook it on tava/ pan for 15 seconds on each side.
Now cut the roti into rectangular shape( about 4/ 2inch size)
Take 2 sps maida in a bowl and add water to make smooth paste.
This we are using as glue to close the edges of samosa.
Take a piece of cut roti apply the maida batter to edges and make as cone shape.
Fill in the poha and onion mixture and close the edges using maida paste.
Heat oil for deepfrying.
Drop 3 samosa's at a time and fry till nice and crisp or till golden brown.
Serve hot with any ketchup or sauce.


divya said...

wow thats recipe tempting,pass it pls...

Unknown said...

Lovely string of onion recipes :)

Priya Suresh said...

Tempting and super addictive samosas.

virunthu unna vaanga said...

wow so yumm n drooling... i too gr8 fan of samosa...

vaishali sabnani said...

Sushma..i love these samosas , i dont make them but buy ready ones...and they r simply too good.

Archana said...

Wow these are great. I love you idea of making them in rectangles and making the samosa.

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Anonymous said...

Perfectly triangular samosas and look crisp too!

Sangeetha M said...

i too had tried this recipe, yours looks so yum n tempting...well made!

veena said...

I love these samosas!!!Looks so good

veena said...

I love these samosas!!!Looks so good

Chef Mireille said...

samosas look nice and crispy