Monday, July 16, 2012

Baked Vegetable Samosas...

I love samosas. Crunchy, crispy filled with vegetable deliciousness. So when it came to the menu of foods for my son's birthday party when we were discussing last week, they were at the top of my list.... What I always think about samosas before gulping it are they tend to be too much this time I deceided I will make something different for b'day party...and finally settled on making baked vegetable samosas...

There are a lot of recipes out there for baking samosas. Turns out a lot of people enjoy them, but would prefer not getting all the extra oil in their diet. A quick perusal of the internet led me to many variations of baking. Various temperatures.  I factored in all the different ways of going about it and then decided on a 400 degree oven for about 25 minutes. It worked.This is really a healthy recipe!

These Baked Vegetable Samosas makes use of ready-made malaysian parothas that we get in any indian store instead of puff pastry sheets.. so they are so quick to make and the fragrance of the filling makes it difficult to wait until you stuff the parothas before digging in!

I have not included cut out chili in it so as to make them toddler friendly. I have also had great success with freezing these. Just freeze uncooked samosas in a single layer on a baking sheet, then transfer to a large freezer bag. There's no need to defrost before baking, just add approximately 2 minutes to the baking time.
and you can easily pack it in tiffin for your toddler so also you can easily carry it in park..serves as great appetizer for party and get-togethers.Hope you enjoy these as much as we did!


1.Boiled and mashed 2 medium sized potatoes.
2.2 Malaysian parothas.
3.2 tsp oil
4.1 medium sized onion chopped.
5.1 tsp ginger-garlic paste.
6.1/2 green pepper finely chopped
7.1 tsp coriander powder.
8.1 tsp red chilli powder.
9.few leaves of spinach 
10.salt as per your taste. masala as per your taste.
12.1 tsp lemon juice.
131 tsp.homemade garam masala or everest garam masala.

1.Boil potatoes.Thaw malaysian parathas.Place them on baking sheet by removing them from plastic otherwise paratha sticks to plastic.
2.Heat oil.Add chopped onions.Fry till golden brown.
3.Now add ginger-garlic paste.
4.Add green pepper.
5.Now start adding spices like coriander powder,red chilli powder.
6.Add finely chopped spinach and boiled potato.
7.Add salt,chat masala and garam masala.
8.Add lemon juice.
9.Now divide paratha in 2 at center with knife.
10.Stuff filing in it and make in shape of samosa by folding it from corners.Use water to seal edges.
11.Bake in oven at 400 degrees for 25 minutes.

And its done! Enjoy the Yummy samosas!

Sending this to Vardhini's  bake fest #9 event hosted by Pradnya

and also to the event Let's Party - Go Bake It..


  1. I too love samosas. The baked ones look yummy.

  2. Wat a guilt free snack, loving it.

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