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Indian Samosa Recipe


40 min

Indian Samosa Recipe

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40 min


6 persons




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Author: Antonina Blum

Today we would like to share with you an Indian recipe for Samosa pies, which we will cook with mushrooms, onions and carrots.


  • wheat flour: 2 cup
  • salt: 1 tsp
  • ghee: 0.5 cup (could be replaced with any vegetable oil)
  • dried oregano: 1 pinch
  • dried rosemary: 1 pinch
  • champignons: 400 g
  • carrots: 1 piece
  • onion: 1 piece
  • garlic: 1 clove
  • black pepper: 1 pinch

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Stages of cooking

  1. First you need to prepare the dough. Mix flour + 1 tbsp. of water, as well as salt, ghee (oil) and spices in the same container.

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  2. Mix all the ingredients with a fork: add water or add flour, the main thing is to get the desired consistency.

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  3. The dough will be elastic, soft, not sticky.

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  4. The dough is ready, set it aside. Meanwhile, we are preparing stuffing of mushrooms, garlic and onions. Prepare the vegetables: cut the onion and carrot into large cubes, a little smaller - garlic (half of the head).

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  5. Fry at 4-5 Tbsp. of ghee garlic (until it turns golden).

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  6. Add onion.

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  7. Add carrot.

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  8. 3-5 minutes more, onions and carrots are slightly browned and full of aroma. You can add mushrooms, cut into 4-5 pieces. Stirring, fry the vegetables with mushrooms until they are fully cooked. A couple of minutes before turning off the stove, carefully salt and pepper the filling.

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  9. While the filling cools, roll the dough.

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  10. In the center lay out the mushroom stuffing.

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  11. Connect the edges, cut off the excess.

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  12. Spread the future pies on a baking sheet and put in a preheated oven to bake. Temperature - 200-220C, time - 15-25 minutes.

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  13. The Samosa is ready!

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History of the Indian Samosa Recipe:

Samosa is one of the most popular and well-known dishes of Indian cuisine. The dish originated in the Middle East as a fried or baked pastry dish, and then made its way to India during the Mughal empire, where it became an iconic street food snack. The samosa, with its crispy crust and tasty filling, has become a staple snack across the country, and can be enjoyed as a savory appetizer, snack or even a main course meal.

Tips and Tricks for Indian Samosa Recipe:

  • To make the samosa dough, make sure to mix the ingredients well, and adjust the water and flour as needed. The dough should be soft and pliable, but not too sticky.
  • To make the samosa filling, chop the vegetables finely and sautГ© them on low heat until they are tender and fragrant. You can also add spices like turmeric, cumin, coriander or garam masala to enhance the flavor.
  • When filling and shaping the samosas, make sure to seal the edges tightly to prevent the filling from spilling out during baking.
  • To bake the samosas, preheat the oven to 200-220C and bake for 15-25 minutes, or until they are golden brown and crispy.

Tips for presenting the dish:

  • Serve the samosas with a side of chutney or sauce for dipping.
  • You can also garnish the samosas with some fresh coriander leaves or sliced onions for added flavor and texture.
  • For an authentic Indian presentation, serve the samosas on a traditional brass, copper or ceramic platter, and pair it with some chai, lassi or soda.

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