A unique samosa recipe to cater your monsoon cravings.
After the sweltering heatwave, we finally have the monsoon knocking at our windows. The light drizzle with breezy winds and the pleasant smell of the first rain feels like a breath of fresh air, and along with that it brings a host of fried food cravings. Think monsoon and the first thing that comes to mind are the crispy fried pakodas and snacks along with a piping hot cup of tea. And, why not? Crispy yellow-golden pakodas are synonymous to each other!
An added dose of crunchy munchies like onion pakodas, kachori, namakpara or a plate full of samosas is perfect to enjoy a rainy day. Many of us avoid these fried snacks and chaats during monsoon season due to a risk of waterborne diseases. But did you know you can still relish the same flavourful crispy samosas at the comfort of your home? Samosa is one of the most popular street foods of India and has gone international to rule millions of hearts across the globe. Remember when Prince Harry tried to slide a samosa at the charity event organised by the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle?
Samosa is one snack that never ceases to impress us, no matter what it fills itself up with. There have been a number of experiments with the stuffing of samosas by many Indian restaurants and cafes. From classic potato with spices to onion to even noodle samosa and how can we misschocolate samosa for dessert! There's no dearth in the variety of samosas but here we've got a samosa recipe that is a mix of two of your favourite snacks - pinwheel sandwich and samosa! Yes, this mouth-watering samosa pinwheel recipe is by famous chef and vlogger, Manjula Jain. The stuffing in this samosa is the classic boiled and mashed potatoes, peas and a host of spices, which are combined together in the shape of pinwheels and fried to perfectly crisp snacks.
A delicious snack to prepare as soon as it starts pouring in, samosa pinwheels take absolutely no time and is a super easy snack to prepare at home!
Here's Pinwheel Samosa Recipe Video To Prepare Samosa At Home
About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn't share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.