Samosa wrappers. These can be baked, steamed, shallow fried or deep fried. Dip these beauties into savory chutneys or eat them plain. Make these ahead of time and cook them later or freeze them.
All you need are simple ingredients, you already have in your pantry. Once you try out this recipe, you won't go back to store bought Samosa Wrappers. Here's a video recipe for How to make Homemade Samosa Wrappers. You can cook Samosa wrappers using 14 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Samosa wrappers
- It’s 2 cups of flour.
- Prepare 1 of tspn baking powder.
- It’s 1 of tspn salt.
- You need of Water.
- You need of Filing.
- You need 1/2 of kilo beef.
- You need 2 of large carrot (chopped).
- Prepare to taste of Seasonings.
- You need of Thyme.
- Prepare of Salt.
- Prepare of Equipment used.
- It’s of Non-stick pan.
- It’s of Painting brush.
- It’s of Bowl.
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Samosa wrappers step by step
- In a clean bowl,put your 2 cups of flour,salt,baking powder and water.
- Mix all ingredients together to foam a paste (not too watery).
- Place your non-stick pan on medium heat allow to be hot.use the brush and rub/paint the pan with the paste and allow until the egde start to raise by itself then you remove it and place on a plate/tray.
- Use knife and divide into 4pieces.
- Pick each piece and fold from it edge like I did from the pictures.
- Add in the filling.
- Fold the remaining last part.
Here is a great easy recipe to make the wrappers Samosa filling & wrap ingredient list found here! Samosa is an amazing and mouthwatering Indian appetizer made with a spiced potatoes filling. It's a popular street food in India, sold by street vendors. The filling is wrapped using Samosa wrappers into triangle cone shapes. They are then deep-fried to golden perfection.