Samosa/Sambosa/triangley thingies

Who doesn’t dig a samosa huh?

Or any small triangle pastry snack deep fried till golden and crisp..

The only type I don’t get are the cheese related ones.. Simply because I don’t dig cheese !

These ones?

That wonderful roast lamb mix saved from having the family over and expertly minced by chef jonny..

Already minced with shallots , ginger, carrot it’s a perfect mix just waiting to be shown the way..

This outing included adding some mango powder , garam masala, methi powder and chilli flakes and petit pois..

I could have just eaten this straight outta the bowl!!

Yet nope.. Into those great freezer standy Sambosa sheets..

Folded up.. Popped into the fridge to take on the shape just a little better..

Fried in sunflower oil.. Till crisp.. Drained on Ikea paper.. (Ahem)

On a bed of lettuce to make it feel like you are having salad..

And a wicked sweet chilli sauce to throw the flavours all over the place..

Great lunch.. No greasy fingers .. No spicy hiccups..

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  3. I’ve had already-made samosas before but I know making them homemade has to be even better.

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  4. ooh yum, I love triangley thingies too. I’ve never seen mango powder. Will have a look for that one. Do you get much use out of it? (I’m a sucker for having a spice rack filled with things I only use once)

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  5. wonderful post!!!! I love samosa!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I love the cheesy ones; feta with spinach – yum!! You make it all look so easy – your lamb mix sounds divine. I once had some tiny teeny ones which had lamb mince, peas, some spicing and mint – they were lovely too!

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  7. I agree with you, cheese ones are wrong!!

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