Let's start by preparing the filling for our chicken samosa by peeling potatoes and cutting them into small cube-sized pieces and washing them with water.
Take the chicken and cut them into small pieces. Wash them with lukewarm water and now chop them so that they are minced.
To prepare the dough, take some flour, add oil in it and now add salt and water. Knead the dough and after the dough is ready, put some oil on it and leave it for 30 mins.
Take a kadhai and pour cooking oil in it for heating.
Now, in a bowl, take chopped onion, chopped garlic and add 2 tbsp red chili powder, ginger, turmeric and salt to it.
Now mix the minced chicken with all the spices and chopped vegetables.
Now add coriander leaves to it. Add cumin powder and 2 tbsp coriander powder.
Now take the dough and make small balls of dough from it. Roll them properly with the roller and make thin sheets of it.
Now prepare all the sheets from dough balls. Stick 2 sheets together and cook them on a low flame for 15-20 seconds.
Now do the same with every dough sheet and segregate the sheets from each other. Cut them in diamond-shaped pieces.
Now take a kadhai and pour oil in it for heating. Now add the cut pieces of dough into it and fry them until it becomes crunchy. Take out all those once fried and keep them aside.
Now take a plate and add chopped onion, chopped green chili, and salt ( 2tbsp). Mash them properly and add fried pieces of dough. Crush and mix them together and at last, add chicken samosa mix in it and mix it all together.
Now take a bowl and a little flour and water to make a solution that will act as a glue to the keep the samosa in shape.
Now take the cut pieces of samosa sheets and fill them. Give them a triangular shape and fry them until golden brown.
Storage And Serving Method
Serve the hot and crispy samosas with tomato ketchup and mint-coriander chutney.
calories per serving
38 g Fat53 g Protein14 g Carbs15 g FiberOther
Vitamins & Minerals
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment