Homemade Samosa Wrappers

Homemade Samosa Wrappers
Homemade Samosa Wrappers
Homemade Samosa Wrappers are so easy to make.
All you need are simple ingredients, you already have in your pantry. 
Once you try out this recipe, you won't go back to store bought Samosa Wrappers. Take my word for it. 
 Here's a video recipe for How to make Homemade Samosa Wrappers.

Ingredients for the Homemade Samosa Wrappers
- 120g  All purpose flour (Plain white flour) 
- 3 tablespoonful of vegetable oil or melted margarine 
Half teaspoon Dry parsely,Thyme or herb of choice(optional) 
- Half leveled teaspoon of salt
 - Warm water(as needed)



 Preparation:
*Pour the flour into a bowl, add salt and add the 3 tablespoonful of vegetable oil and warm water.Mix well until you get a stretchy dough. 


 *Cover with an airtight plastic wrap and leave to rest for  15 minutes.

*After 15 minutes, knead the dough to make it more stretchy and elastic. 


*Cut out a bit, roll out with a rolling pin .Make sure its not so thin, should be about 3mm in thickness.

*Using a circular cutter, cut the rolled dough, and remove the excess dough at the corners, and then cut the circular shape into  2 diameters(2 half circles of equal sizes). 

 Rub water on the straight edges of one of the dough and shape it into a cone(the shape of a party hat).
 And now you can add your samosa filling. 

You can also use our homemade spring roll wrapper recipe, if you want a thinner wrapper for your samosa.
Here's how to make Samosa



20 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:28:00 AM

    Wow , this is how my mum does it in india. You are a great woman.I didnt know Nigerians eat samosa too :)

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  2. Yes we eat samosa dear.. it has become of our favorite snacks

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  3. Anonymous10:22:00 PM

    Ok,I tried this recipe but it was not easy for me to get the cone shape of sharwama because the dough was not firm,but I can get the shape with springroll wrap. Secondly, after frying, the wrap was a bit tasteless. Any advice? My dough was like that of eggroll to be precise and no baking powder.

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  4. Hi dear, I guess you meant the cone shape of Samosa. If you watch the video, you would see how I made the cone shape and the dough was firm(you don't need baking powder to make it firm).
    As for the taste of the wrap, if you want to get the taste of store bought wrappers(which are usually filled with preservatives and extra salt),you should add a little more salt to yours.

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  5. Anonymous2:23:00 PM

    Sorry, where does the warm water come in?

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  6. Good I stumbled on your site, so lovely easy to get information! keep on your good works.

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  7. Anonymous6:48:00 AM

    Thanks for dis recipe, I tried it but d dough is very difficult to roll cos of d stretching nature soy samosa wrap was so tick after frying.... what els can I do to get a light wrap? n I also want to ask if samosa can stay for more dan a day without going bad?

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    1. Roll it flatter , but if you want something lighter, then try our homemade springroll wrapper here http://www.nigerianfoodtv.com/2012/12/homemade-springroll-lumpia-wrappers.html
      Yes samosa can stay for more than one day, but you'll have to reheat in the microwave.

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  8. Anonymous7:01:00 PM

    Ma I love d pix of d samos.will I use deep fry

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    1. Thanks dear, you can use a deep fryer or a frying pan.

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  9. Anonymous2:50:00 AM

    hi how many samosas does this recipe make?

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  10. Please can we have the recipe to the sauce beside your samosa and spring rolls, as in the pic.

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    1. Anonymous4:35:00 PM

      PLS WAT ELSE CAN I USE BECAUSE I DONT HV NON STICK PAN.

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  11. Anonymous3:22:00 PM

    Hello madam, if I choose to use the springroll wrapper for my samosa, please how do I get the he cone shape?

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  12. Anonymous3:24:00 PM

    Hello madam, if I choose to use the springroll wrapper for my samosa, please how do I get the he cone shape?

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  13. Anonymous3:26:00 PM

    Hello madam, if I choose to use springroll wrapper for my samosa, please how do I get the cone shape?

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