Potato-Filled Pastry Shells Over Sweet-Tart Stewed Yellow Peas

Ragada Samosas

Preparation info

  • Makes 24 Samosas (Serves


    • Difficulty


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660 Curries

By Raghavan Iyer

Published 2008

  • About

There is no dish more synonymous with Indian food than samosas—those flaky, crispy shells housing spicy mashed potatoes and peas. My version includes carrots and mint, adding color, flavor, and texture. On the streets of large cities like Mumbai and Delhi, samosas are broken open and soused with a hearty stew, then topped with sweet-hot chutneys. When you snack on these in the evening before dinner, it’s no wonder you don’t have much of an appetite for anything else! Now, I am the first to