- Preheat the oven to 180/160 fan
- Wash and slice potatoes lengthwise add water, salt and cook
- Drain potatoes and add all the spices to the bowl including the
onions combining well and season with a pinch of salt and
- Place in a large roasting dish with the olive oil and peas
ensuring to coate all the potatoes with the oil.
- Roast in the oven for 20-30 minutes until the potatoes are
- Serve as a side dish, but remember to set aside half for the
- The toastie.........
- Use a small bowl to transfer the potato mix into.
- Add the Tomato puree, curry powder, chilli powder and water to
the bowl and use a knife to chop into the large potatoes to break
them down into small pieces, a fork can also be used to help mash
them, stir well and set aside.
- Cut the crusts of the slices of bread and use a rolling pin to
flatten them down to a thin pastry like square.
- Spoon the mix onto the middle of the rolled sliced bread,
pressing down as much as you can and leaving a gap all around the
- Use a little water around the inside edges of the bread, then
place another slice on top and press down to help seal the
- Brush both sides of the samosa's with a little olive oil, or
melted butter can be used if preferred.
- Place on a plate and cover with cling film until you are ready
- Use the dualit sandwich cage to sit these directly into the
toaster and turn on to a medium setting, keep an eye on the
toasting process, the samosa should be a light golden brown.
- Remove and serve while hot.
Alternative cooking is to brush with olive oil and place on a
baking sheet in the oven or under the grill until lightly
Filo pastry and puff pastry can also be used in place of the
bread, also gluten free options.
Great for meat free picnic snack and taste just as good
Do not leave any electrical appliances
unattended and always switch off after use.
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