Low Fat Samosas in a jiffy!


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Low Fat Samosa Recipe

Can you believe if I tell that you can make tasty samosas in just 15 minutes? Thanks to the mini fillo shells, these bite size samosas are low fat and also very easy to prepare. I have used these shells to make instant baklavas, but the idea of samosa did not occur to me until I saw Red Chillies’ low fat pani puri recipe. Thank you very much RC for another interesting recipe.

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Low Fat Samosas Recipe

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Low Fat Samosas in a jiffy!
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Prepare samosas in a jiffy using fillo shells. It’s a healthy treat too!
Ingredients For Samosas:
  • As Needed Mini Fillo Shells
  • As Needed Any Potato curry
Ingredients For Potato Filling:
  • 3 Medium Size Potatoes
  • 1 Finely Chopped Medium Size Onion
  • Handful Green peas (Fresh OR Frozen)
  • 2 teaspoons Oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon Cumin Seed
  • 1 teaspoon Coriander Powder
  • A Pinch Turmeric Powder
  • As Needed Red Chili Powder
  • As Needed Salt
  • Little Lemon Juice
  • To garnish Cilantro/Coriander Leaves
Procedure For Samosas:
  1. Preheat the oven for 15 minutes at 350F.
  2. Place the fillo shells in a cookie sheet and bake it for 7-8 minutes.
  3. Take the shells out of the oven and let it cool for at least 2 minutes. Then spoon in the prepared potato filling in the shells and serve it. Crispy samosas are ready to be eaten.
Procedure For Potato Filling:
  1. Peel the skin, cut each potato into 4 pieces and cook it.
  2. Heat oil in a frying pan and add the cumin seeds. Once it splutters add the onions and fry it until its soft.
  3. Also add the green peas, salt, turmeric powder, chili powder and coriander powder and fry it for another 5 minutes.
  4. Now add the cooked potatoes and mix it well, coarsely mashing the potatoes. Cook it for 2-3 minutes and switch off the stove. Add the lemon juice (if using) and coriander leaves and mix it well. The potato filling is ready.
My Notes:
  1. The potato filling can be prepared ahead of time. If you have not cooked it already, prepare it while the oven is preheated. It takes only 15 minutes to prepare the stuffing if you cook the potatoes in the microwave oven.
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Low Fat Samosas

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31 COMMENTS

  1. You can also use puff pastry instead – very easy. Just buy that version and get a more flakey/soft samosa that looks very similar to fresh!

  2. It is an incredible recipe. It’s always on my mind when I don’t know what to cook. It tastes so good and my whole family is delighted when I make it.

  3. […] you how to make them in a jiffy! Use mini filo shells instead, and impress your guests with these low fat samosas! I told you chickpea flour rules the Indian kitchen when it comes to snacks! See how Shama of […]

  4. Loved the recipe for the filling, and, of course, using frozen filo pastry is a superb idea. Another great and easy to make filling, is one made of hearts of palm. Besides being delicious, the hearts of palm make for a healthy alternative to the traditional potato filling. If you want, you can check out my recipe for hearts of palm filled samosas at http://curryanginga.blogspot.com

    Thanks Julia, will check it out definitely.

  5. GREAT idea..on seeing the title of the post I’m intrigued and was impatiently waiting to see the picture ..Voila!What a pretty looking samosas 😛
    I don’t get phyllo sheets here..The first thing I’m gonna try when I get these sheets is your 15 mins samosas 🙂

  6. Hey Madhuram, great idea of using the Fillo shells for making samosas.
    Also thank you for all the warm comments, it really made my day and that said the feeling is mutual. I have learnt and bookmarked many recipes from you as well.

    Take care and hope everything goes well with the move.

  7. I love samosas. Stopped eating them for the oil they suck. This looks too tempting. Thanks Madhu for the healthy version of the samosas. I can eat them now.

  8. Very pretty! I like this appetizer with sev puri bases:). Please send this along with the other one. I did not get your mail.

  9. I mkae Samosas in Tortilla sometimes and I also use Spring roll sheets too! 😀

    Flio is a great ides, can be crumbly to eat but easiest to make.

    Anoop did so well last night, he should stick to what he does best! His college kids won the NCAA championship, there was HUGE outdoor party at Chapel Hill, drunk and rowdy, some got in trouble too!I bet he missed all that terribly! 😀

  10. Hi Madhu, beautiful click! I am drooling to your pics. Wish I could grab it from my laptop screen. 😉
    But, I think that preparing a Baklava is time-consuming and feel very lazy to make it home. Let me try someday.
    Thanks for sharing.

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