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All About Zatiar Samosa Dough Sheets
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Samosa pastry is renowned for its flavor, crispiness, and easy-to-use. Convenient easy-to-use solution to make samosas. Suitable for home use and industrial use. These taste wonderful when had with bread or croissants. You can serve these hot for a special taste. Children and adults alike will love their taste and you can have these as a complete meal or as a side dish.
Which flour can you use to make samosa?
Samosa is traditionally made with all purpose flour or maida. But you can swap in some of the maida for whole wheat flour (atta). All purpose flour provides flakier results, and whole wheat flour samosas will result in a denser samosa pastry, but they still be very tasty!
Can the samosa filling be made without onion and garlic?
The samosa filling recipe that I have does not have any onions, but I do love adding garlic. However, if you don’t like garlic or don’t eat it, feel free to skip it and replace it with a pinch of asafoetida right in the beginning after you heat the oil.
Can the samosa dough be made in advance?
Yes, and it should be. You will always get better results when you make the samosa dough in advance and keep it covered for 30-40 minutes. This helps form the gluten in the dough and the resting time gives you better control while rolling the dough.
Are these samosas vegetarian or even vegan?
These are the best Indian punjabi samosas and they are vegetarian. Infact these samosas are also naturally vegan like a lot of Indian cooking, so if you are looking for vegan festive options, these will please you!
Can samosas be baked?
Yes, samosas can be baked in general. Though I believe deep frying provides the best results, and when you are enjoying something like samosas, you should stop worrying about it being healthy and just indulge. To bake these, the amount of oil in the dough will need to be increased to give the same flaky results, without making them overtly oily. I’m testing a baked samosa recipe and if I’m happy, I will put it up soon!
Can samosas be made in the air fryer?
Absolutely! My mother has tested these samosas in the air fryer with great results. They will need to be brushed with a light coating of oil before being air-fried but the result is pretty yummy. They may not have the perfect, even golden brown crust but the pastry is cooked through and its quite crispy too, just like a good samosa should be.
Can the best indian punjabi samosa be made in advance?
Yes, you can easily make these samosas in advance and refrigerate them for about 6-8 hours. Or you can individually freeze them and store them in a ziplock or a freezer friendly container and fry them at a later date. If freezing these, make sure to thaw them at room temperature for about 15-20 minutes before frying.
How long do samosas keep?
I have never been able to keep samosas for more than two days because they always get over before that. In fact I love cold samosa and make them into a samosa sandwich or samosa chaat. You won’t believe how good samosas can taste between two slices of bread slathered with ketchup and coriander chutney.
Whoa! I know that’s a lot of questions but those are all the questions I had when I started making samosas. If you have any others, feel free to leave them in a comment and I’ll be happy to keep adding them as we go!