A superb snack or starter for vegetarians.It is a perfect snack with the evening tea.


    4 large potatoes(boiled)
    1/2 cup green peas(frozen or boiled)
    3 cups maida(all purpose flour)
    1 tablespoon cumin seeds
    1 tablespoon fennel seeds(saunf)
    Few mint leaves
    1 inch grated ginger
    4 green chillies
    1 tablespoon garam masala
    1 tablespoon coriander powder
    1 tablespoon red chilli powder
    1 tablespoon amchoor powder
    1 tablespoon ajvain seeds
    1 cup milk
    Salt according to taste
    Coriander leaves


    Boil the potatoes and peel off and mash them.
    Heat 2 tablespoon oil in a wide vessel.
    When hot,add cumin seeds,fennel seeds,green chillies,ginger and few mint leaves.
    When cumin and fennel seeds splutter add the mashed potato and peas to this and mix it.
    Add garam masala,coriander powder,red chilli powder and salt and keep frying till the potato changes colour and is fried properly.
    In the end add amchoor powder and garnish with coriander leaves.
    Now for preparing the cover of the samosas,add salt,ajvain and 2 tablespoon of oil to the maida.
    Mix it well and knead the dough using milk.(The dough should not be watery)
    Make balls of the dough and roll it to round shape.Divide it into two using a knife(two semi-circles)
    Make a thick solution of maida and water and apply it to the straight edge of the semi-circle using a earbud or cotton on a matchstick.
    Fold it bringing the two edges together.It will form a cone.
    Fill it with the potato filling and again use the solution to stick the upper edges.
    Now fill all the samosas as described above and heat oil in kadhai(wide mouthed vessel) for frying the samosas.
    Once the oil is heated,fry the samosas on low flame so that the maida is cooked properly.
    Serve hot with green chutney.