A symbol of Indian food indulgence, this street food is everyone’s favourite. It’s possible to re-create it at home and can be made into a slightly healtier version by using wheat four instead of plain flour.
|Preparation Time: 30 mins
|Cooking Time: 30 mins
Preparing the coating
Preparing the filling
Preparing the samosa
|Best enjoyed with green and red chutneys!
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