Crispy Onion Samosa Recipe | Yummy Food Recipes By, 2015-10-15 Crispy Onion Samosa Recipe | Yummy Food Recipes Try this mouth watering Onion Samosa Recipe as it best snacks for appetizers. When you taste it once, you will definitely like to have it every day. Have a quick look at the recipe. Prep Time: 15min Cook time: 20min Ingredients: 1 cupAll purpose flour (Maida),Saltto taste,1 teaspoonLemon juice,Oilfor frying,(prepared with ¼ cup maida and water)All purpose flour paste,2Onions,½ teaspoonRed chili powder,¼ cupPoha powder,2 teaspoonsCoriander leaves, Instructions: Take a bowl and add flour, salt, lemon juice. Mix them well Add little by little warm water and make a smooth dough Cover it with a wet cloth and keep it aside for about 20 minutes While the dough is getting ready, prepare the samosa filling Place a pan on flame and add oil to it Once the oil is hot, add the sliced onions to it Saute them for 2 to 3 minutes Add red chili powder and mix them well Off the flame and add ground poha to it along with coriander leaves Mix them well and keep it aside Prepare samosa pastry. For this take lemon sized balls of dough while the remaining dough is still covered with the cloth Make two rotis of size 3 inches in diameter Sprinkle little oil over one roti and place the other roti over it Sprinkle flour on the work surface and start rolling it thin making a large roti Continue the process with the other part of the dough Cook the rotis slightly for about 18 to 20 seconds on each side. Do not cook completely Remove them from pan and separate the rotis Continue the process with the remaining rotis also Cut each roti into two halves and stuff the onion mixture to it Before stuffing the mixture make sure to add enough salt to the mixture Make cone shape with the rotis and stuff the samosa mixture in it. Once the mixture is stuffed, seal them with flour paste Continue the process with rest of the rotis Place them in a plate and cover with a kitchen towel for about 10 minutes Place a heavy bottomed pan on flame and add oil to it When the oil is hot, reduce the flame and start adding samosa one after the other Fry them till they become golden brown in color Remove them on an absorbent paper after they are fried Place them on a plate and serve hot to your kids. You can also grated carrot or any other vegetable to make the Samosa more delicious. Coriander leaves are optional. If you are bored with the samosa, try this Sweet Corn Vada Recipe and have it as appetizer snacks. -Neelima

Tasty and Crispy Onion Samosa Recipe

Tasty and Crispy Onion Samosa Recipe

Small Onion Samosa is considered as one of the most popular appetizer or snacks in India. Preparing perfect Crisp Onion Samosa is not an easy task. One can make it perfect with many attempts. Have a look.

Ingredients

  • 1 cupAll purpose flour (Maida)
  • Saltto taste
  • 1 teaspoonLemon juice
  • Oilfor frying
  • (prepared with ¼ cup maida and water)All purpose flour paste
  • 2Onions
  • ½ teaspoonRed chili powder
  • ¼ cupPoha powder
  • 2 teaspoonsCoriander leaves

Directions

  • Take a bowl and add flour, salt, lemon juice. Mix them well
  • Add little by little warm water and make a smooth dough
  • Cover it with a wet cloth and keep it aside for about 20 minutes
  • While the dough is getting ready, prepare the samosa filling
  • Place a pan on flame and add oil to it
  • Once the oil is hot, add the sliced onions to it
  • Saute them for 2 to 3 minutes
  • Add red chili powder and mix them well
  • Off the flame and add ground poha to it along with coriander leaves
  • Mix them well and keep it aside
  • Prepare samosa pastry. For this take lemon sized balls of dough while the remaining dough is still covered with the cloth
  • Make two rotis of size 3 inches in diameter
  • Sprinkle little oil over one roti and place the other roti over it
  • Sprinkle flour on the work surface and start rolling it thin making a large roti
  • Continue the process with the other part of the dough
  • Cook the rotis slightly for about 18 to 20 seconds on each side. Do not cook completely
  • Remove them from pan and separate the rotis
  • Continue the process with the remaining rotis also
  • Cut each roti into two halves and stuff the onion mixture to it
  • Before stuffing the mixture make sure to add enough salt to the mixture
  • Make cone shape with the rotis and stuff the samosa mixture in it. Once the mixture is stuffed, seal them with flour paste
  • Continue the process with rest of the rotis
  • Place them in a plate and cover with a kitchen towel for about 10 minutes
  • Place a heavy bottomed pan on flame and add oil to it
  • When the oil is hot, reduce the flame and start adding samosa one after the other
  • Fry them till they become golden brown in color
  • Remove them on an absorbent paper after they are fried
  • Place them on a plate and serve hot to your kids.

You can also grated carrot or any other vegetable to make the Samosa more delicious. Coriander leaves are optional. If you are bored with the samosa, try this Sweet Corn Vada Recipe and have it as appetizer snacks.

-Neelima

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