Baked Samosas

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Preparation time
5 mins
Cooking time
10 mins
5 people
Meal course
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1 Kg
fat free lamb mince (keema)
3 small
very finely chopped green chillies
1/2 tbsp
1 tbsp
Garlic and Ginger paste
2 tbsp
Corainder cumin powder
1/2 tbsp
1/2 tbsp
Black pepper
1 bunch
sping onions finely chopped
1 large
onion grated
1 small
Spring roll pastry sheets or samosa sheets
1 tbsp
Baked Samosas

My children adore these baked samosas so what better way to give them what they want but in the most healthy was possible.  The method of making them remains the same, the only difference is in the way they are cooked.  Baked Samosas taste just as yummy, maybe more so as there no residual taste of oil.

Baked Samosas
Recipe Type: Snack/Starter
Cuisine: Indian
Author: Hanifa Hanid
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Serves: 6
Baked Samosas allow us to enjoy these lovely delights without the guilt. Be sure to make enough as they are so moorish.

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  1. Add a cup of water and all the spices to the fat free lamb mince (or keema) in a large pot.
  2. Boil on a high heat until the water evaporated.
  3. Whilst boiling, constantly mash the lamb mince with a wooden spoon to avoid clumps forming.
  4. Turn the heat down if you are struggling to mash over a high heat. This process takes approximately 20 minutes.
  5. Let the mince cool down completely for a few hours or overnight.
  6. Add the onion, spring onions and coriander and mix thoroughly.
  7. Take a rectangular sheet and fold over into a conical shape.
  8. Mix the flour with a little water to form a think paste (this will act as glue)
  9. Use a tablespoon to fill up the cone and keep folding until a perfect triangle is formed.
  10. Use the glue to stick the last edge to the samosa
  11. Brush with olive oil and grill in a hot oven for 7 mins on each side until golden brown.


  1. sabera diwan said on August 4, 2013 Reply

    Salaams. Just wanted to ask regarding these baked somosas…you write grill in a hot oven…sorry im confused do i just use the grill function just make sure its on the highest setting?

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    1. admin said on August 20, 2013 Reply

      Salams. Best to use the grill setting and grill each side until golden brown.
      I will amend – thanks for pointing it out – it is a bit confusing 🙂

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