How to Make Samosa Sheets | Samosa Pastry Recipe | How to Make Samosa Pastry

Gems Gems, November 23, 2018

How to Make Samosa Sheets

How to Make Samosa Sheets?  Who does not like Samosas. However, it is time consuming to prepare the sheets and filling and then to cook Samosas.

Therefore, whenever you have free time, you can get the sheets prepared and store. With this, you will be able to make samosas in half an hour.

The Samosa pastry or samosa sheets you buy from the store is loaded with preservatives and cheap food substitutes which is harmful for your kids and your health. So if you are a samosa lover and wants a better and healthy option its worth preparing the sheets and store and use as and when required

Here is the steps  on ” Here is How to Make Samosa Sheets”

Step1: Preparing the dough

Step2: Preparing the sheets

Step3: Prepare for storing

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Samosa Pastry Recipe

How to Make Samosa Sheets | Samosa Pastry Recipe | How to Make Samosa Pastry
  • 2 cups of Maida or all-purpose flour
  • 3 tablespoons of ghee (Clarified Butter) or oil
  • Salt as per your tolerance.
  • ½ to ¾ cup of water
Preparing the dough
  1. In a big flat vessel, mix the flour, salt and oil properly.
  2. Now add water little by little and knead the dough.
  3. Knead it until the dough is soft, consistent and smooth.
  4. Make a big smooth lump and cover it with a moist cloth
  5. Keep it aside untouched for 30 minutes.
  6. Your dough is ready
Preparing the sheets
  1. Divide the dough in to small equal portions. Make it in a round ball shape, just the size of a big lemon (just like roti or chapatti).
  2. Cover it with plastic wrap in order to retain moisture content and consistency.
  3. Keep aside for 20 minutes.
  4. Take a chapatti board and dust it using Maida flour
  5. Place the ball shaped dough on the board.
  6. Use a rolling pin, roll it over the dough and flatten until it has the size of approximately 8 inches.
  7. You can use this for making samosas instantly.
Prepare for storing
  1. For storage, you need to cook slightly and remove the moisture from the samosa sheets
  2. Heat a tava on a stove in keep it in medium flame
  3. Keep the sheet one by one on the tava and heat for less than a minute until the color changes slightly.
  4. Flip to the other side and do the same.
  5. Stack the sheets on top of each other
  6. Place the stack in a zip lock cover and keep it in freezer for future use
Samosa preparation
  1. Whenever you want to prepare, remove the samosa pastry stack from the freezer.
  2. Bring it to room temperature.
  3. Cut it in to semicircle make a cone and fill it with your favorite filling
  4. Seal the side and fry in oil

How to make Samosas

How to make samosa

How to make samosa

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