Today we made samosa pastry rolls

Hi all,

Happy new year! Hope you’ve all had a beautiful start to the year and started feeling strong and powerful and ready for the magical year ahead!

Now I know I haven’t been posting as many recipes at the end of last year but things got a little busy and I was still trying to find my feet but here I am and I’m back to give you all some amazing recipes. 2017 is going to be a challenging and amazing year! A year for new experiences and adventures.

But now I go back to the recipes and this one’s a good one! This is actually a family recipe and a great alternative to fried samosa’s. I hope you enjoy it! You have been warned- they’re so moorish you may eat the entire batch!

Ingredients

3 large potatoes

2 medium carrots

2 cups peas

2 tbsp oil

2 tbsp cumin seeds

Salt to taste

Freshly ground ginger and chilly paste to taste

1/2 tsp cinnamon powder

2 puff pastry rolled

1/2 lemon juiced

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Method

  1. Cut the vegetables into small pieces
  2. Put the oil into a pan and once hot add the cumin seeds (the cumin seeds will start to pop when it’s ready)
  3. Add the vegetables and salt
  4. Add chilly and ginger paste to taste
  5. Let it cook until it’s 3/4 done (stir to avoid burning and do not cover whilst its cooking)
  6. Let the vegetables cool
  7. Add lemon and cinnamon powder and mix well
  8. Spread out the puff pastry
  9. Lay a thin layer of vegetables over the puff pasty and roll it like a swiss roll. Stick the puff pastry with a little bit of water
  10. Freeze the rolls until they’re needed
  11. Cut into 3/4 inch pieces and bake at 175 degrees C until golden brown
  12. Serve warm and enjoy

 

Hope you all enjoy it! Let me know how you get on 🙂

Love A x

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