Baked Samosa Pinwheel

I watched Manjula’s youtube video on Samosa Pinwheel. It caught my attention immediately. But, I put off the idea of trying the dish in my kitchen as the last step was to “FRY” in oil. I have been struggling to keep off those extra kilos that are gaining on me. So, deep fried snacks were not welcome. Somehow, this pinwheel concept of samosa was luring. I wanted to try it. Then, while browsing I saw a recipe for baked samosa. I was excited. I combined the idea of baking with Manjula’s pinwheel and lo! I had my baked samosa pinwheels.
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Ingredients
For dough:
1 tbsp chiroti rava
1 cup wheat flour
1 tbsp oil
salt to taste

For filling:
2 medium sized potatoes, boiled
1/4 cup peas, boiled
1/4 cup paneer, cut into small pieces(optional)
1/2 tbsp coriander powder
1 tsp jeera powder
1/2 tsp red chilli powder or to taste
1/2 tsp chaat masala
1/2 tsp dry mango powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1/4 tsp garam masala
salt to taste

Let’s begin…
Smash the boiled potatoes so there are no lumps.
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Add the peas and paneer to the smashed potatoes.
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Add all the spice powder i.e. coriander powder, jeera powder, chilli powder, chaat masala, dry mango powder, turmeric powder, garam masala and salt, to the smashed potatoes.
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Mix all the ingredients well. Taste it. Add in extra salt or red chilli powder at this stage if required. Set it aside.
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In a mixing bowl, add chiroti rava, salt and wheat flour. Mix the dry ingredients and then add oil and form a soft dough using required amount of water.
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Refrigerate the dough for 10 mins, then make a big chapati out of the dough. Let the chapati not be very thin. Spread the potato mixture evenly over the chapati. Grease the rolling pin and lighly roll over the potato mixture.
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Pre-heat the oven at 200 Celsius. Now, roll the chapati tightly. Secure the sides by closing it. Roll it several times. Slice them with a width of about 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch.
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For each slice, place them on the platform with flat side down and lightly roll it using the greased rolling pin. Place them on a baking tray covered with a baking sheet. Keep them in the oven for 15-20 mins (time completely depends on your oven). After about 10 mins, turn them over and continue baking.
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Baked samosa pinwheels are now ready! Relish your samosa pinwheels with some green chutney or tomato ketchup and enjoy!
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Aloo Gobi

This is a really simple recipe which I had been ignoring for ages. Recently, I decided to prepare it.I loved its taste and simplicity so much that I keep preparing it regularly now.

For any new recipe, I generally check it out with Sanjeev Kapoor’s site or at tarla dalal’s site. Then the other food bloggers. And, this one is picked for Sanjeev kapoor’s site. Tweaked only a wee bit to get this yummy dish!
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Ingredients

1 medium cauliflower, cut into florets
2 medium sized potatoes, cut into fingers
2 inch ginger, cut into strips
1 tsp jeera / cumin seeds
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp red chilli powder or to taste
2 tbsp curds
1 tomato, chopped
1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves
1 tbsp oil
Salt to taste

Let’s get started…

Heat oil in a pan or kadai. Add jeera and wait for it to splutter. Add the ginger and fry them for a few seconds.

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Now, add potatoes and cauliflower. Sprinkle salt. Cook them closed till potatoes and cauliflower are soft ( not soggy)
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Once cooked, add turmeric powder and chilli powder. Mix them well. Then add curds, give it a good toss and cook it closed for another min. There is no watery residue of curds left.
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Now, the final showdown. Add the tomatoes and close the lid for about 30 sec. Add the coriander leaves and take it off the heat.
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Enjoy your Aloo gobi with hot chapatis.
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P.S. If you have any leftovers, they make a great filling for sandwiches as well.