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Baked Mini Samosa Pies

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Baked Samosa Pies (actually more of mini pies) are wolves in a sheep’s clothing. Street food gone fancy! Or may be street food with a make-over.

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Billie & Mamy’s Broccoli-Mango Samosas

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It is a great pleasure for us to take part in your contest. It was fun for Billie and I to share ideas, and to cook together. The basic recipe is your recipe, as it works so well, but we have made a “spicy but sweet” filling with only ingredients that we love (broccoli, mango and coriander leaves).

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Contest 2014 January Winners

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There were a good number of entries for January contest and many sent baked versions of the classic samosa recipe which was great. In fact, both top two entries I selected were baked samosas. There were other unique variations like pizza which was interesting. I enjoyed reviewing all the entries. Here are the winners this […]

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Money Bag Baked Samosas with Savory Pongal Filling

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Rice filled pastries are popular throughout the world, but the pongal samosa is a true hit! And, to celebrate festivity and good luck, I shaped these samosas into “money bag” shapes! They are crisp, beautiful, and most importantly very tasty. And healthier too- they are baked.

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Paratha Samosa

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These Paratha Samosas are a delicious twist on traditional samosas and aloo parathas. Who doesn’t enjoy samosas or aloo parathas? Although the ingredients are the same as samosas, they are made like a paratha. And they taste absolutely delicious! You can now enjoy both your favorites (samosa and paratha) at the same time.

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Pineapple Jalapeno Pops

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This is a yummy snack which has mild sweetness of pineapple and slight spiciness of jalapeno peppers. This also has cheese stuffed along with the other ingredients. It is very simple to make and for sure will be liked by all.

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Salad Stuffed Cabbage Samosas

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Salad Stuffed Cabbage Samosas is a new favorite in my kitchen. Samosa is a famous Indian snack, which can be found anywhere in the world! They are irresistible, but so unhealthy. Now, here is the recipe which talks about vegetarian cabbage samosa which is not fried and baked but a healthy, delicious, colorful, and nutritious and has the same appeal of real Samosas. Cabbage Samosas are made with cabbage leaves filled with salad. It is served with red chutney made from bell pepper. It is a simple tongue tickling chutney recipe that is tangy and goes well with all type of snacks and lunch items. The process is relatively simple. It’s good and easy to do. Surely the kids would love it.

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Samosa

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Samosas are probably the most popular Indian appetizer and are often served as hors d’oeuvres. This recipe is for traditional north Indian Samosa.

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Samosa Tokri Chat

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It took me quite some time to think of a good name for this dish. I used samosa’s outer covering to make these small tokris and used potato-mattar subji (vegetable) as a filling. Though this dish is using same ingredients as a samosa, it is healthier because I have baked those small containers (tokris) instead of deep frying them. These baked tokris turn out to be quite tasty and you might even find them better than the deep fried versions.

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