1½ cups Maida Flour

1 teaspoon Carom Seeds (ajwain)

3 tablespoons Ghee/Oil

Salt to taste

Ingredients For Stuffing:

3 medium Potatoes

1/2 cup Green Peas (mutter)

1/2 tea spoon Cumin Seeds (jeera)

1 tablespoon Green Chilli-Ginger Paste

1/2 teaspoon Red Chilli Powder(lal mirch)

1 teaspoon Coriander Powder

1/2 teaspoon Garam Masala Powder

1 teaspoon Dry Mango Powder (aamchur)/ Lemon Juice

1 teaspoon Fennel Seeds Powder (saunf powder)

5-6 Chopped Mint Leaves, optional

2 tablespoons Chopped Coriander Leaves

Salt to taste

2 tablespoons + for deep frying Oil


  • Boil green peas and potatoes in salted water in a pressure cooker. Transfer them to a colander after boiling. Peel the potatoes and mash them or finely chop them.
  • While potatoes are cooking, let’s bind a dough for crispy outer layer. Take maida, carom seeds, 3 tablespoons oil (or ghee) and salt in a wide mouthed bowl.
  • Mix all the ingredients properly with hand. You will notice the mixture will turn crumbly after mixing. Now, add water in multiple small quantities and knead firm dough (harder than paratha dough). Cover it with wet muslin cloth/any cloth and let it set for 15-20 minutes.
  • When the dough is setting, let’s start to make stuffing for samosa. Heat 2 tablespoons cooking oil in kadai over medium flame. Add cumin seeds and green chilli-ginger paste. Stir and cook for a minute.
  • Add boiled green peas and stir-fry for a minute. Add red chilli powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder, dry mango powder and fennel seeds powder.
  • Stir fry for a minute.
  • Add chopped/mashed potato and salt (add salt only if you have not added while boiling potatoes or taste the potato and then add according it).
  • Mix them properly and cook for 2-3 minutes. Add coriander leaves, mint leaves and mix well.
  • Turn off the flame and transfer stuffing mixture to a bowl. Let it cool for a while at room temperature.
  • After 15-20 minutes, remove the wet cloth and knead the dough again until smooth. Divide it into 6 small portions and make round shaped balls from it.
  • Take one dough ball and press it between your palms to flatten it a little. Put it over rolling board and roll it out into round shaped puri having approx 5-6 inch diameter. Cut it into two semi-circles.
  • Spread water with the wet finger or a brush on the cut side edge (straight side – as shown in photo) to moisten the surface.
  • Take one semi-circle and give it a shape of cone by folding it from both sides (overlapping one side over another) and pressing them to seal the sides.
  • Put one mutter (pea) at the bottom of the cone to keep its shape.
  • Put 2-3 tablespoons filling in the cone. Do not over fill the stuffing otherwise, you will not be able to seal the edges properly in next step.
  • Wet the edges with moist finger or a brush and press it tightly with your thumb and index finger to seal them.
  • Heat oil in a heavy based kadai (pan) over medium flame. When oil is medium hot, add 2-3 samosa (depending on the size of a pan) in it and reduce flame to low. Do not over crowd the oil to cook the evenly.
  • If you want to prepare them in advance for guest then remove the samosa when they start to turn light brown and deep fry them again at the time of serving. Skip this step if you do not want to double-fry (two times frying) the samosa.
  • Deep fry them on low to medium flame until they turn brown. Transfer fried samosas to a plate and serve with green chutney and tomato ketchup.


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