Can you guess which Indian snack has a triangular pocket of dough filled with delicious veggies and are deep-fried? Yes, we know. Any child can perhaps answer that question. We are indeed talking about samosas. The humble samosa is the perfect answer to all our greasy cravings. Samosa is one of the most popular desi snacks in India with a new version found everywhere, from canteens to niche cafes, there is no dearth of options.The goodness of samosa comes from its fillings. We will always have a special place for the classic potato filling but we also don't mind a flavourful addition. There is an array of lip-smacking stuffing to choose from, and it is the moong daal samosa that recently caught our attention with its enticing flavours and texture. This samosa is infused with lentil and an army of spices which makes it a perfect mélange of spiciness and tanginess. While we always prefer to buy samosas from our dedicated Halwai shops, it is always a good idea to try making them at home as well. You can easily make this delicious filling with these simple steps provided below.Ingredients For Samosa Dough:2 cups of all-purpose-flour1 tbsp sugar1 tbsp salt1 cup warm water1 tbsp oil (refined/olive oil)Ingredients For Fillings:1 ½ cup green gram (moong dal)1 tsp garam masala powder1 tsp black pepper powder3 tsp dry mango powder3 tbsp red chili powder2 tsp black salt3 ½ tbsp mustard oilSalt as requiredPreparations For Dough:1. In a bowl add all-purpose-flour and all the dry ingredients. Give it a good mix.2. Slowly add warm water in the mixture and knead it gently till it becomes smooth, if needed you can add extra flour and water according to your requirement.3. When the dough becomes soft, pat it with oil and keep it aside for at least 20 minutes covered with muslin cloth. This method will help the dough to rise.Preparations For Filling:1. Wash the green gram nicely and soak them in water for 4-5 hours, so they become soft.2. Heat 3 tbsp mustard oil in a skillet, then add the soaked moong dal into the pan.3. Fry the lentil on medium heat until it is crispy. Make sure to stir at regular intervals while they are roasting. It will take 15-20 minutes (approx.).4. Remove the fried lentil to a plate and let it cool down completely.5. Add these cooled roasted crispy lentils in a blender. And blitz them to make coarse powder.6. In a bowl add chili powder, salt, garam masala powder, black pepper powder, dry mango powder, and salt with the blended ground powder and mix them well. Keep it aside.Assemble:1. Take the prepared dough and divide it into 18-20 small balls. Then roll them into small oval shapes.2. Fill these oval-dough rolls with the prepared lentil filling and fold them to make a cone. You can use water to seal the ends together.3. Heat oil in a skillet for deep frying, when the oil is hot enough drop the samosas into the oil carefully.4. Fry them until they are golden-brown in colour.Your delicious homemade moong dal samosa is ready.