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Onion Pepper Samosa ~ Baked

Onion Pepper Samosa ~ Baked



For the first time I bought pastry sheets, I got mini one's as trial version.  I was thinking what to do with them and got the idea of making samosa, I used onion to send the entry for Priya's event Healing Foods-Onion, a event started by Siri

Since I had bell pepper I decide used that too and added whatever I thought will make the samosa good ;).  I had difficultly with shaping samosa in the beginning but I got the hang of it after a while, so if you are trying to first time don't worry just try, perhaps next time I will take step wise pics for better understanding :-). 

The samosa tasted great, and am sure trying again.






Serving ~ 12 pieces

Ingredients:

Pastry sheets - 12 (I used mini)
Onion - 1 medium size
Bell Pepper - 1/2 [ I used yellow color]
Kasuri Methi - 1 tsp
Chili flakes - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric - 1/4 tsp
Cumin powder - 1/2 tsp [optional]
Salt - to taste
Oil - 1 tsp

Method:



1. In a pan heat oil, add chopped onion and fry for a min.

2. Add chopped bell pepper and saute until onion turns high brown.

3. Add kasuri methi, chili flakes, cumin, turmeric powder and salt, cook for 2 mins and keep aside. 



4. Thaw the pastry sheets as packet instructions.  Mine was to thaw for 40mins.

5. Take one sheet and fill 1tsp of onion pepper masala and give any shape as desire, follow the same for rest.  I tried for samosa and spring roll shapes and after a while figure it out how to roll them ;)...

6. Preheat the oven in 200C and bake samosa for 10mins in 200C or until golden brown. Turn over all the samosa pieces to other side and bake for another 10mins in 200C,  keep a eye on the oven as all the oven are different.

  
Let it cool for a while and enjoy.  It doesn't required any sauce or chutney.  We just enjoyed it as it is, the kasuri methi gives a wonderful taste.





I tried few mini rolls, used the pastry sheets, fill 1/4 tsp of tutty fruity and bake both sides for 10mins each, it was yummy too. But the samosa were the winners :)



Enjoy your day...

43 comments:

  1. I prefer Onion Samosas to Potato ones, looks so delicious!:)

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  2. Truly yummy & healthy!!!! Loved the very prep & the captures....

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  3. cute samosas :)
    liked the flavours! sure a hit!

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  4. Baked Samosas and mini rolls with puff pastry sheets look nice and crispy.Will try them soon.

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  5. Both the samosas and the mini rolls look delicious. A baked samosa and a cuppa tea is a delicious combo :-)

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  6. samosa and mini roll, perfect snack for the rainy season...sounds delicious

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  7. Both rolls and Sumosas looks cute..delicious and healthy snack..nice clicks dear.

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  8. both rolls and samosa looks delicious....very nice idea of using onion and bell paper filling...thank q dear for new idea

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  9. I also bought pastry sheeets.. will give a try..

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  10. both samosas and roll look wonderful !

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  11. Thank U Ladies :)

    @PS ..sure let me know ::)

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  12. thats a delicious stuffing for the samosa's...looks yummie..thanks for sharing this Priti!

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  13. Onion Samosa...yummy..never tried with only onion filling..hsve to try

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  14. Those are lovely looking samosas and to top it off, they are baked, so guilt free indulging :)

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  15. Both look yummy and love this baked version....

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  16. Hey both r looking very yummy and nice...crispy samosa i think....and too baked one made me to think positive....:)

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  17. Thanks a ton for sending this beautiful samosa, such a guilt free snacks to enjoy without any guilt..

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  18. Good for people who want to avoid oily stuff.

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  19. wow priti u r rocking!!! I loved ur baked version of Samosa.Very crips and yummy...

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  20. Delightful snack, pity we don't get pastry sheets here:-((

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  21. Thanks U gals for your encouragement :)

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  22. A healthy version of all time favourite samosa. Looks very nice :)

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  23. onion, bell pepper, and kasuri methi as filling, wow! I use pastry sheets to bake samosas too.

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  24. Wow! These samosas are healthy! They must be tastier too!

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  25. Even I am planning to prepare samosas from scratch and bake it :) Love onion samosas,looks yumm!

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  26. Healthy samosa..must be very tasty too.

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  27. Baked samosa... Sounds so good. Really wan to try it out... Healthy!!

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  28. samosas..you make me drool in the middle of night..yum..

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  29. Lovely and yummy baked samosa..Droolworthy !!

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  30. Yummy and tempting samosa. Must try.

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  31. lovely samosa preethi even i had tried baking my samosa once...but urs looks yummy :)

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  32. Nice healthy version,never tried samosa with pastry sheets...

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  33. That's a very yummy and healthy recipe..will try some day

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  34. yummy yummy yummy...!!!

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  35. Priti, Both looks nice. I will do the same thing in pastry sheets paneer samosa.
    Oil free for colestrol.

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  36. such a simple and yummy recipe. good to have with a hot cup of tea. nicely done.

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