These mouthwatering, bite sized samosas are the perfect party snack. Whether you are throwing a baby shower or hosting a playoff party, these spicy, crunchy treats will be a sure hit.
Since I am not a fan of frying, this recipe describes how to bake the samosas. But you could deep fry them if you really wanted to as well. I don’t like to fry because first of all, it terrifies me and second, its not very healthy.
There are many ways to make the filling for samosas. This recipe is for ground beef samosas, but I do plan to post a veggie one soon too.
Since its kind of difficult to describe how to fold up the pastry in the recipe, I made a snapshot of the steps involved below. I use spring roll pastry, which you can find in pretty much any grocery store. Each packet of the pastry sheets will have about 20 square sheets. You will need to section the sheets into thirds to make the rectangular shape shown in the first frame below. Then you add the filling and simply keep folding it over until you have one fold left to make. The samosa is held together with a paste that you can make from all purpose flour and water. Use your finger to brush on the paste before you make the last fold and that is it! Its so simple.