In India, people are really fond of eating street food. It is so popular, that you will come across a street food market in every city that serves a variety of cuisines, from desi food to international cuisines. One of the most adored street foods in India is samosa. This tasty snack has gained huge popularity across the world. For those who don’t know much about this tasty Indian snack, samosa is a deep-fried dish with a classic potato filling. This savoury dish is packed with zesty flavours of Indian spices and herbs. However, samosas can now be found with a variety of fillings, including delicious Chinese filling.
Chowmein samosa is a unique fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisines and is a perfect snack for those who love a little bit of spice and sauces. It is a tasty recipe that can be made in 30 minutes. The samosa is crispy on the outside and has a saucy filling of noodles inside. You can serve this snack as a party appetiser or you can also have this as an evening snack with friends and family.
What Are The Ingredients Used In Samosa Filling?
A classic samosa recipe consists of a masaledar aloo filling (potato). Potatoes are boiled, mashed, and cooked with authentic Indian spices and herbs. Many people also use paneer and dal as a filling for samosas. But this street-style chowmein samosa has a unique filling made of noodles and vegetables. The samosa filling is full of salty and spicy flavours, which will make you want more of it.
How To Make Samosas Crispy?
A perfect samosa is one that has a crispy coating and soft insides. To make crispy samosa, make sure you don’t fry it in extremely hot oil. First, check the oil by dropping a tiny piece of dough, if there are bubbles around the dough, then you can add the samosa for frying. Ensure to fry it in moderately hot oil.
How To Make Chowmein Samosa | Chowmein Samosa Recipe In 30 Minutes
Start by preparing the noodle filling. To make this, chop slices of onion, chillies, capsicum, carrots, and cabbage. Keep it aside. Now, cook the noodles in hot water. Further, make tasty chowmein with veggies and sauces. Next, prepare the samosa dough and let it rest for 15 minutes. Then make round samosa sheets and cut them in two halves. Turn them into small cones and add the chowmein filling before deep frying the samosa until they turn golden.
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Serve street-style chowmein samosa with ketchup or green chutney.