Finger foods at parties and wedding receptions are absolute yum. Still, nothing beats sprucing up some home made Samosas and inviting friends over.
Samosa’s do not only have to be munched on at parties, they can be savored right in the home. Ingredients are everywhere, no need worrying over extensive hours of shopping and best of all, it is easy to prepare.
Don’t just Netflix and chill this weekend. Tantalize your taste buds as well. So, if you are prepped to have your house scenting as a wedding reception venue, then let’s do this.
Baking flour(measure as you desire)
Diced spring onions
½ teaspoon pepper
½ teaspoon curry powder
1 ¾ teaspoon salt
1 ½ teaspoon sugar
Heat your saucepan dry, place on medium heat, add a little vegetable oil. When it’s hot, turn in the diced onions, garlic, green peas, stir, and then add minced chicken, ground pepper, seasoning, curry and salt. Stir and allow to simmer. Once cooked, turn off the heat and cool.
To create the pastry, mix flour with ¼ teaspoon salt/sugar, small amount of vegetable oil and then add small amount of water and mix the dough thoroughly and knead into a ball. Cover and allow to sit idle for a while, 30-45 mins. Cut the dough into desired portions. Using a rolling pin, roll each portion flat and use the rim of a saucer to cut into a circle. Divide the circle into half, bring the edges together in a cone shape and seal by pressing the edges together. Spoon a sizeable amount of chicken sauce into the mouth of the cone. Do not allow it run over because you will need to seal the mouth too. Repeat this process for the other portions and then fry.
Fill your saucepan with enough oil(deep frying). Stir the Samosas from time to time until golden brown and its ready.
See, very simple. Wash down Samosas with a light cocktail or tea and the weekend is bound to be lit.