Chinese samosa recipe: the classic samosa takes an Indochinese twist with this recipe


In the evening, what is your favorite way to unwind after work? A cup of chai with snacks? Ours too! There’s something soothing about indulging in teatime snacks that make us sweet tooths happy. We all know the go-to chai snack is the beloved samosa and we love to indulge in it again and again. What if we told you that you can enjoy a samosa with a spicy and mouth-watering touch? During our search for such a recipe, we found Chinese samosa. The classic samosa gets an Indochinese makeover with this delicious recipe.

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This samosa doesn’t have the typical aloo filling. Instead, it features vegetables like carrots, bell pepper, and cabbage bathed in spicy sauces to make a delicious topping for the crispy samosa. Also, unlike the regular shape of samosa, the filling is wrapped in a crispy blanket made from square-shaped maida. Serve this samosa with a chilli and garlic dip or a sweet and sour sauce.

Chinese samosa recipe: how to make a chinese pocket samosa

In a bowl, add the cabbage, bell pepper, carrots and a pinch of salt, mix well. Transfer vegetables to a muslin cloth and wring out excess moisture. Heat the oil in a wok and sauté the garlic, ginger and green peppers. Add the pressed vegetables, beans and corn kernels and season with salt, pepper and sugar. Then add all the sauces and mix well. Garnish with spring onions and the filling is ready.

Take the ready-made samosa dough and roll it out into small squares. Fill the masala mixture and close the samosa. Fry the samosas until golden brown. The Chinese samosa is ready!

Click here for the step-by-step Chinese Samosa recipe.

Sounds delicious, right? Make this Chinese samosa at home and surprise your family with your cooking skills. Tell us in the comments section how you liked it!


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