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How to cook Methi Samosa How to cook Methi Samosa 


  • maida 2 cups cooked potatoes 2 medium 
  • methi chopped 1 cup coriander powder 1 tbsp 
  • warm oil to knead jeera powder 1 tsp 
  • warm water to make the dough soft mustard 1 tsp 
  • salt to taste. turmeric 1/2 tsp 
  • oil to deep fry fennel seeds powder 1 tbsp 
  • oil 3 tbsp garam masala powder 11/2 tsp 
  • ginger & garlic paste 1 tbsp salt to taste 
  • cooked peas 1 cup 


Samosa filling: 

First take oil in a kadai or a big pan and put mustard seed after it splutter add peas and
fry for sometime then add ginger garlic paste, turmeric and fry again for 2 seconds then
add all the dry masala powder and the the potatoes and fry very nicely till it becomes dry.
At last add coriander leaves for the flavour.

Samosa Crust 

Take maida mix salt, Methi and warm oil together and make a dough, then use warm water
to make the dough soft. Take a big ball of the dough a roll it very thickly.

Then cut it into half make a cone and put the above filling into it and close it with the help
of water. Repeat the same thing with the other half also.

Then heat oil in a kadai to fry the samosa, remember that you should fry the samosa in a
low flame.

Then enjoy it with any garlic chutney.

How to cook SamosaHow to cook Samosa :-
Here we are providing very easy and Simple steps to cook Samosa 


  • 2-3 cups of cubed boiled potatoes 
  • 1/2 cup of finely chopped onions 
  • few cauliflower florets (optional) 
  • 1/2 cup of green peas 
  • 1/4 cup of chopped green coriander 
  • 2 teaspoon coriander powder 
  • 1 teaspoon cumin powder 
  • two-three flour tortillas 
  • add red chili powder and salt according to taste. 
  • oil for frying 


  1. Take some oil in a pan. Fry the onions to golden brown. 
  2. Put cumin and coriander powder and fry for another minute. 
  3. Add the boiled potatoes and green peas. Add salt and chilli powder according to taste. Stir  for 10-15 minutes. 
  4. Stir in the chopped green coriander leaves and stir for another minute or so. Your filling is 
  5. ready. 
  6. Now cut the flour tortillas lengthwise, put the filling, roll it in the shape of a triangle and seal 
  7. the edges with a flour and water paste. Your Samosa is ready. 
  8. Heat some oil in a deep pan. Fry your Samosas to light golden brown and serve hot with Mint Chutney or any other Chutney. 

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