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Monday, 17 January 2011



  • Maida
  • Refined Oil for frying and 2tbsp for the dough
  • Ghee 2tbsp
  • Baking Powder 1/2 tsp
  • Coconut (grated)
  • Khejurer Gur

Knead the maida with ghee, 2tbsp refined oil and baking powder to make a tight dough. Cover it with a soft wet cloth for 1/2 an hour. Meanwhile make the filling of the samosa(singara) by heating khejurer Gur and coconut together till no syrupy liquid is left. Let it cool.
Cut the dough into small balls (normal size of a puri(luchi) ) and flatten each ball like a puri and cut into two equal halves. Then fold each of the semi-circular puri in a triangular way and fill it up with the coconut stuff. Deep fry the samosas in refined oil.
Serve hot with NALEN GUR.

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Indrani said...

wow..never heard of this, but very simple and great idea to make as a Singara...lovely recipe, Indiradi

Roshmi Sinha said...

Never heard of this. Looks yummy... Thanks for sharing!