Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Papad Samosa





Today is the last day of the blogging Marathon


This recipe i saw on internet when i searching for starter dishes for the event. it is easy and no time taking taste is good !!
ingredients
papad-3
potatoes-250 gm boiled and mashed
cumin seeds-1/4 tsp
coriander seeds and powder-1/2 tsp
red chili powder-1/4 tsp
green chili-2
coriander leaves-
dry mango powder1/2 tsp
gram masala-1/4 tsp
salt to taste
oil-2tbsp
Method
heat oil in a pan add cumin seeds  coriander seeds when splutter add all the masalas and fry for 1 minute

then add potatoes and coriander leaves mix well and keep aside for cool.




Now take papad and wet in water and keep aside. (do not leave papad more than one minute in water.) after 2 minutes papad become soft

 cut into halfs. make a samosa shape and fill with potato mixture and seal it with maida water.


Heat oil in kadie an deep fry samsa on slow fire it will not take much time to fry.drain and put on napkin so it absorb the oil.Its taste is superb and can be make in rolls.
Variation---it can be microwave with brushing oil on it if u do not want to fry.
Hot crispy  samosa is ready Eat with green chutney or sauce!!!!!


sending to Dashmi's innovative pakwan









































47 comments:

  1. new to me.. looks crunchy and delicious.. nice idea to make samosa with papad...

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  2. very innovative santhosh ji....looking lovely.
    Yes as u said,today is the last day for our marathon..missing u and ur kitchen......hope to see more delicious recipes from u dear.

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  3. What an interesting idea!....I always eat papadam crispy, but never tried soak them to make samosas....I found that is a great recipe!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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  4. That's an interesting samosa. Would it not absorb a lot of oil if the papad is soaked in water?


    FOODELICIOUS

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  5. Loved this one... i like them hot with kaali mirch papad.

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  6. Very innovative santosh ji...looks tasty.

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  7. looks easy and yet tasty.nice recipe for starter.

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  8. awesome shots ji.... wish to take one n taste :)

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  9. this sounds interesting and a quick fix too..yumm..

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  10. Wow thats truly irresistible, thanks for sharing this papad samosa, will try out soon..

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  11. Very innovative and interesting snack

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. Papad Samosa sounds new to me.. looks very tempting..like your presentation very much..

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  13. looks wonderful! I need to know where to find some of the ingredients you use!

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  14. i am very impressed...imagine i want to eat samosa next time...i do not have to worry...thx a lot

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  15. Mmmm....I love these. They look so healthy and delicious.

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  16. What an innovative recipe!Will try it for sure :)

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  17. That's interesting samosa shells...pappad....samosas looks good..

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  18. Sounds delicious and i am drooling at these santhosh ji...

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  19. Innovative and delicious snack,looks so good.

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  20. That is innovation..awesome papad samosa..the shape, color everything is perfect, you rock SAntoshji :)!!!!

    Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event :)

    US Masala

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  21. Hi
    check my version too
    http://niveditaskitchen.blogspot.com/2009/07/paapad-samosas.html#links

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  22. thats a new variety!...looks good!
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

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  23. I have heard a lot about Papad Samosa. Great to see one now. thanks
    http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.com/

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  24. Omg,papad samosa makes me hungry..Soo tempting!

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  25. Wow papad samosa looks delicious..

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  26. one of my fav....looks very delicious..!!

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  27. new recipe for me and looks crispy & tasty

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  28. Fantastic recipe Santosh great Idea of useing pappad for samosa liiks yumm.

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  29. That is am interesting recipe.. never though of using papad to make a samosa.. looks yummy!

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  30. This looks very interesting. Love your blog.

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  31. What a very new and fantastic idea! I will certainly like to try this - Khoob Mazaaa :)

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  32. ooohhhh....i am drooling. Lovely looking innovative samosas:-) santhoshji the pics are too good!!!!

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  33. Aunty papad samosa looks delicious..

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  34. Uuna gran receta y siempre es un plato innovador, las he comido pocas veces ,y sé del sabor y la textura muy buena y sana,abrazos y cariños.

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  35. Awesome recipe....They look so delicious...

    FunWidFud

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  36. Santoshji

    The papad somasas look great. Love the idea of using papad for the somosa cover.

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  37. Wow.. This is such a good idea.. very innovative..


    Thanks For Linking it with Iftar Nights..

    Jabeen's Corner

    Ongoing Event-Iftar nights

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  38. never heard of papad samosa before :). Will give it a try. thanks for sharing

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