Samosa with minced puff pastry in the oven
Cooking time80 min
Juicy samsa for lovers of hearty baking. Incredibly good recipe! Such a good samosa hot with sweet tea. My family dare these triangular pies with flavorful filling at the speed of light. Recommend!
Extremely tasty, hearty and fluffy, the samosas I got for this recipe. The filling is juicy and flavorful, the onion is fully cooked. Especially good such a hot samosa.
Keep in mind that ovens are different. Temperature and cooking times may differ from those listed in the recipe.
For the filling samosas will fit any of your favorite meat: beef, pork, lamb. I have a marble beef. This type of meat is good for samosas because the filling will end up dry, thanks to the veins of fat. Wash the meat under running water and cut into not too large.
Meat pass through a meat grinder twice for maximum softness of the meat.
Onions clean from the husk and finely chop it. Onion samosa is traditionally should be plenty. It is necessary for the juiciness.
Onions add to meat mixture. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add grated on a fine grater garlic for flavor.
Wash the greens under running water and shake excess moisture from. Finely chop and add to the bowl.
Stir the stuffing. The stuffing is ready! While cover it with cling film and store in the refrigerator.
I have here a layer of yeast pastry. The dough should be completely thawed at room temperature.
A layer of dough roll into a tight roll and cut into pieces width of about three centimeters. I got thirteen of the same blanks.
Table propylite flour and put a billet of dough cut up.
Press down the workpiece by hand from the top, and then roll out with a rolling pin into a thin circle. Thanks to this technology, the samosas will turn out lush and with a beautiful pattern on top.
In the middle of the billet lay out one thirteenth of the toppings :) This is about a teaspoon with a slide.
The edges of the dough circle inside moisten a small amount of water. So it will be easier to mold. And bring the edges of the dough with one hand up. Tightly sasieta.
Do the same with two seams forming a triangle. Modeling samosas - the most time-consuming process.
Put pies seam down on the laid parchment baking sheet. I use a Teflon sheet.
Brush samosas with egg yolk and sprinkle with sesame seeds for decoration. Bake in preheated to 180 degrees oven for half an hour to Browning samsa.