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Hope you are enjoying your life and meals as well! 

Piping Hot Samosas accompanied by tea is enough to refresh your college canteen memories or the small celebrations with your friends. To make your small but special moments even better we are here with the “Baked Samosa” recipe.

Samosas are very popular Indian snacks. Baked samosas are an excellent way of enjoying a typically oily snack without additional fats. Samosa tastes heavenly when served hot and accompanied by chutney. Despite their heavenly taste, the only thing upsetting about Samosas is, they are fried and hence unhealthy but when you prepare Baked Samosa, you get the best of both, taste and nutrition. 

Enough water in the mouth, we better start the preparation, shouldn’t we? 


  • Khapli wheat flour – 1 cup
  • Carom seed – 1 teaspoon 
  • Salt – As per taste 
  • Water – 1 cup (Kneading)
  • Ghee – 1 teaspoon 
  • Potato – 3 medium (Boiled)
  • Green peas – ½ cup
  • Ginger – ½ inch (grated)
  • Green chili – 1 teaspoon (chopped)
  • Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon (Roasted)
  • Cayenne powder – 1 teaspoon
  • Coriander seeds – 1 teaspoon (Grounded)
  • Turmeric powder – ½ teaspoon 
  •  Green coriander – ½ cup (finely chopped)
  •  Cold-pressed coconut oil – 1 teaspoon


Want piping hot Samosas on your plate? Well, go through these instructions and try them yourself. Your dish is just one step away. 

  1. Take a mixing bowl 
  2. Now add khapli flour, rock salt, carom seeds, and ghee into it  
  3. Mix everything well using water and prepare a smooth dough
  4. let the dough rest for 15 minutes 

For stuffing 

  1. Take a pan and heat some oil 
  2. Now add ginger, green chilies, cumin seed powder, and coriander seed powder. 
  3. Roast all the spices together 
  4. Now add green peas and a little water to cook them 
  5. Now it is the turn for potatoes  
  6. Add cayenne powder, turmeric powder, and salt 
  7. Top with some chopped coriander 
  8. Mix everything well
  9. Now take a small portion of the dough 
  10. Make a round chapati and cut the chapati in half 
  11. Fold the half chapati in a cone and fill the stuffing 
  12. Close the ends of the cone 
  13. Make several cones as such
  14. Put them in an air fryer at 180 degrees for 10 minutes 
  15. Your healthy baked Samosa is ready 
  16. Serve and enjoy! 

Bon Appetit!


Baked Samosa is a great way of enjoying your favorite delicacy without even feeling guilty. Hold on. There are several other benefits as well, let’s have a look.

Green Peas:

Green peas are popular for their health benefits and deliciously nutty taste. Green peas are also said to improve your immunity since they are packed with antioxidants like vitamins K, and C, folate, manganese, fiber, carotenoid, and phenolic acids. Therefore, those suffering from low immunity should incorporate this vegetable in their daily diet. Some of the substantial benefits of green peas include stimulating healthy digestion and its antioxidant ratio, lowering the risk of free-radical damage. 

Khapli Wheat Atta:

Khapli wheat is an excellent choice over traditional wheat and is a great source of nutrients. It’s full of fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that can assist you in staying healthy. It also has a low glycemic index. As a result, Khali can reduce peaking sugar levels. It includes more fiber than most other grains. Khapli Wheat Flour helps in reducing glucose levels and also benefits in maintaining skin health and glow. In addition, it has low gluten content in flour that helps in maintaining body weight.

So, you did it, you learned to invite that aromatic nostalgia of baked samosas to your Kitchen, but this time in a healthy way.  Share this with your friends and take a dive into your memory lane.


Potatoes provide fiber, vitamins, and minerals in addition to carbs. They contain a lot of vitamin C, an antioxidant. Because the vitamin C in potatoes warded against scurvy, they were a life-saving food supply in earlier times.

Potassium, an electrolyte that supports the function of our heart, lungs, and nervous system, is another essential vitamin found in potatoes. The fiber in potato skin is crucial for the health of the digestive system. Compounds like flavonoids, carotene, and phenolic acids are abundant in potatoes. It might enhance digestion. Gluten is naturally absent from potatoes.


Asafoetida is used to treat stomach problems and helps those who have gas, bloating, acid reflux, constipation, and other stomach health issues.

Moreover, it is a digestive stimulant and aids in bowel movement regulation due to its high dietary fibre content. It boosts liver functioning to secrete more bile salts and raises stomach acid production.

Bon Appetit!


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