Baked dhansak flavored veg samosa is a healthy Parsi cuisine influenced Indian samosa. My second product review in association with plattershare and Place of originin is Kolahâ€™s Dhansak masala. Dhansak masala is an integral part of Parsi cuisine with Gujarati influence. The age old recipe of dhansak is mainly the non-vegetarian preparation combined with dal and brown rice. The main ingredients of dhansak masala are coriander, cumin, black pepper, chili, cassia leaf, cassia, clove, black cardamom, nutmeg, anistar, fennel seeds, dry ginger, caraway and salt. This masala is strong and bold in flavor gives a fresh aroma to any dish. In this recipe I have tried to incorporate the Parsi flavor in Indian samosa. I have made it healthy by baking the samosa filled with veggies like sweet corn, potato and paneer. Itâ€™s a guiltfree indulgence as a tea time snack for kids and even for elders.
Oven temperature and time depends on individual oven settings.
The dough should be stiff and pliable.
For dough preparation, the oil should be very hot, to ensure sizzling on flour when poured on it.
The entire baking process depends on cooking of outer surface of samosa.
I prefer to make thin sheets of dough for even and fast cooking.
During the first half of baking, you can find raw colour of dough changing. Bake on all side for uniform baking.
Grilling at the end gives crispness to the samosa.
Applying oil at intervals also helps in baking.
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