Samosa stir-fry

I have never made samosas before, as they are a bit time consuming and have to be fried. This samosa stir-fry recipe is just something else, healthier and a lot easier.

samosa stir-fry

Indian food, besides Thai food, is one of my favorite cuisines. I have pretty much every type of Indian spice there is all stored in mason glass jars. I just love them.

I figured instead of making the classical samosa, which has to be fried and filling packed into a soft dough, I made this version which way easier and healthier.

These samosa stir-fry was a super hit, especially for my 8 year old son. I couldn’t believe how much he enjoyed it.

I froze the leftovers to have later on, as I like to save some of the food I make for the busy days ahead. It is so much easier for me.

On another note, I just finished summer I of school and just started the second session. The amount of work is just unreal at times but I will stick to the end. I kind of sucks because I will have to cut my family vacation short, which I have never done before. My family will be without me and my kids have never been more than 2-3 days without mom. It makes me sad. I just hope my sacrifices pay off soon. Will see.

Anyhow, enough of my complaining! I leave you with this samosa stir-fry that I hope you like.

Enjoy!

samosa stir-fry

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Samosa stir-fry

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 20 minutes

Ingredients:

Directions:

Boil the potatoes on a big pot filled with hot boiling water for 10-15 minutes or until they are almost tender. On the meantime, add the oil, ginger and onion to a cast iron or non-stick skillet and set aside.

When the potatoes are done, drain them and transfer them to the cast iron skillet. Turn the flame to medium-high heat and cook together with the onions until they are tender stirring occasionally. About 3-5 minutes. Add the spices, salt and peas and cook further for 1-2 minutes.

Turn the heat off and add the chopped cilantro. Serve while they are still warm. I served mine with some curried lentils and brown rice.

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9 comments

  1. Oooh, a whole book devoted to maple syrup sweetened treats!  I love using real maple syrup to sweeten things and this ice cream looks amazing!

  2. I love that you chose to make this recipe. It is so mapley and light and refreshing. Thank you so much for sharing it with your readers. And I love the photographs you took! 

  3. I love how simple this recipe is and I’ll bet the flavor combination is out of this world good!

  4. I love maple syrup so that cookbook is right up my alley! This sorbet looks so amazing!

  5. Love how simple this recipe is! And what a great sorbet for fall! :)

  6. Love this! It’s summer meets fall. 

  7. That’s a gorgeous cookbook! And this sorbet sounds fantastic. The flavors are OMG-amazing!!

  8. This looks amazing – can’t believe it’s your first try! I’m amazed there are so few ingredients. Gorgeous photos too :)

  9. So simple yet so good! I love Katie’s creations too.

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