Mixed Vegetable Samosa (mixed Vegetables Stuffed Conical Snack)

‘Samosa’ is a conical shaped Indian salty snack. It is usually stuffed with potato and spices and is served with evening tea. During winter potato is sometimes replaced with cauliflower and we get ‘ gobhi ka samosa’. Here I have used mixed vegetables; a healthier option.

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Preparation Time: 
30 Min
Cooking Time: 
40 Min


(For stuffing)
Carrot - 1 piece (chopped)
Beans -1/2 cup (chopped)
Capsicum -1 piece (chopped)
Beetroot – 1 piece (chopped)
Green pea – ¼ cup
Red chilli powder – ½ tablespoon
Ginger – ¼ tablespoon (grated)
Garam masala -1/4 tablespoon
Salt – ¼ tablespoon
Sugar – a pinch
Refined oil -1 tablespoon
(For samosa)
Maida (refined flour) – 1 cup
Salt – ¼ tablespoon
Refined oil – for frying
We can start with the dough. Take refined flour in a bowl, add salt and two to three tablespoon of oil and mix. Now add required quantity of water and make dough. Wrap it in a muslin wet cloth and keep aside.
For the stuffing, first heat oil in a pan.
Add chopped carrot, beans and beetroot and cook on low flame till they are half done.
Add capsicum, pea, red chilli powder, salt, ginger and garam masala and mix. Cook on low flame till the vegetables are done. Add sugar and mix.
Now it is time to make samosa. Take small portions from the dough and make round balls.
Roll each ball over a rolling spin to make a circle.
Take a knife and cut the circle from the middle. This will give you two semi circles.
Place a tablespoon of mixed vegetable stuffing at the middle of each semi circle.
Fold the edges of the semi circle puri to form a conical samosa. You can apply little water at the edges to stick.
Heat oil in a pan and fry the samosa till it turns light brown.
Serve hot with tea.