Today we are talking about Samosa, one of the most beloved and famous Indian dishes in the world.
If you choose to experience the wonderful experience of an Indian restaurant, you should definitely try this typical dish of Indian cuisine that knows no rival in terms of simplicity and taste.
Samosa, now known throughout the world, is nothing more than a triangular shell of flour dough, fried or baked, stuffed mainly with potatoes or other vegetables, but also with some types of meat.
It was therefore born as a purely vegetarian indian dish, but over time the recipe of samosa has been reworked to suit any palate.
Preparing this little jewel of Indian cuisine is very simple. Take the flour and add it with seed oil and salt, mix all adding water until you get a smooth and elastic dough.
At this point, we have to decide what to do with our dumplings. If you want to re-propose the typical Indian dish we will have to opt for vegetarian samosa: potatoes, peas and onions are welcome, but you can have fun according to your taste.
If, on the other hand, you can't really resist the call of the meat, you can always stuff your samosa with chicken or pork.
The average cooking time is about sixty minutes and you can accompany your dish with a refreshing yogurt sauce and maybe a good wine. The average cooking time is 60 minutes using an oven or you can decide to fry your Samosa in a pan for at least 6 minutes. And here we are, you are ready to amaze your guests with one of the best dishes of Indian cuisine! Enjoy your meal!