Crunchy on the outside and savory-spicy and juicy on the inside. A perfect samosa in a bite size, great as a cocktail or mock tail snack. And look so adorable.
It all started with frozen peas. I wanted to have a quick lunch and got out some frozen peas, as I looked at the beautiful peas. I just placed them in a green bowl to take some pictures. I added my spices and made some masala peas and was thinking about samosa. I have no idea how these happened, before I knew it I was working wild in the kitchen and had quite a few of these cuties ready.
These are great cocktail or mocktail snacks, that you can prepare ahead of time and freeze it and fry them later. It’s super cute and bite size. I just fell in love with them, crunchy shell, soft insides, just like a samosa. You cannot bake them, I tried it and it was very uneven baking all round, so I do not recommend that. For everything else let’s count calories but not for dessert or samosa. It’s really not worth it.
About the stuffing, you can add anything, potatoes, peas, carrots, paneer, cheese…bacon ! Take your pick.
Really picture heavy post again !! Someone take my camera away, I just can’t help taking pictures and then sharing it with you guys :)
Ilva & Sophia and I planned to do a monthly post of appetizers for April. Do check out their blogs and see what an amazing treat they have in store for you. Being super busy girls, they were a few weeks late :)
5 spring roll wrapper thawed (makes 20 samosas)
1 1/4 frozen peas
1 tbsp butter
1 tsp cumin poster (jeers powder0
1 tsp red chili powder
1 tsp dry mango powder (amchur)
1/2 tsp garam masala
1 tsp grated fresh ginger or 1/2 tsp ginger powder
salt to taste
oil to deep fry
Sauté the peas in butter add all the masala (spices) and let it cool.
Cut spring roll wrapper in 4 equal sections. Add 1 tsp peas in each fold up and tie with a bakers twine.
Deep fry till golden brown, remove from oil, drain excess oil and let it cool. Not cut the twine. Serve warm.