Gluten-Free Spicy Beef Samosas
Gluten-Free Spicy Beef Samosas – a pastry filled with beef, green peas and onions, beautifully spiced with garlic, ginger, cumin, curry powder and cinnamon. Samosas are only as good as the filling!
Samosa is an Indian pastry lightly filled with a savoury filling. The filling varies from vegetarian, chicken or spicy beef with peas, this is my favourite.
♥ How to make gluten-free samosa?
To make samosa first you start with the filling. Whether it is vegetarian or one with chicken or beef, the filling has to be spiced with typical Indian spices. Once the filling is cooked and chilled it is ready to be used in the pastry. To make gluten-free samosa pastry is fairly simple. You mix dry ingredients with milk and some olive oil and create a dough. The dough has to rest for about 30 minutes before you can easily roll it out into squares. The dough should be as thin as possible for the best results. Once you have the squares ready, fill them up with the cooled mixture, in this case, beef and peas. You fold the pastry into triangles and firmly press around the edges to seal them. The samosa is then fried in about 1/2-inch vegetable oil until golden brown. Yes, samosas take a little more work to make, but believe me they are worth it!
The samosas are best fresh, but for any leftovers, they can easily be reheated in the oven. In our home, there is never enough of samosas because they are finished in minutes, they are that delicious! I must admit I LOVE samosas. They are filling and packed with so much flavour.
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