Monday, December 18, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism
Egg Samosa


250g wheat flour
1 egg
1 cup of water
1 tsp salt
1 tsp ghee or butter
250g oil
1 small onion
1 green chili
A few coriander leaves


  1. Add water to the flour and knead into dough. Keep aside for a while.

  2. Beat the egg well and add chopped onion, green chili, coriander leaves and salt to it.

  3. Now take two small balls of the dough and spread ghee in between them. Roll out together into a chapathi.

  4. Heat the tawa, and place the chapathi on it.

  5. Take it out when fried on both sides, and shake a little till the both chapathis separates. Now cut it long into stripes.

  6. Take each stripe, put some egg mixture on it, roll up and deep fry until golden brown

  7. Serve hot with ketchup.

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