My most favorite thing to do with food is tweaking, twisting and giving a good make over. It simply can mean making the process of food preparation simpler or giving some extra rich looks or getting better taste. When the REAL samosa whose looks are similar to store bought ones happened in my kitchen, I wanted to make the process simple. So it’s bread samosa today. The toughest part of samosa preparation according to me is getting the crispy (not soggy) exterior. For a regular samosa, it’s quite tricky to get the perfect dough. So I was planning a simpler, beginner friendly version of the same. And the thought emerged was “bread”.
When it is still “Monsoon” and as it is the perfect weather to indulge in the goodness of samosa, I was pretty happy to deal with bread samosa. No hassle of dough and it’s consistency, you can use up the loaf of bread you have in your pantry.
If you are a person who loves to treat guests and friends through lip-smacking food and delicacies, then bread samosa can come very handy. The spicy potato stuffing is what you can prepare before-hand. The stuffing can have little this and little that as per your choice. Like, you can use spices of your choice and veggies like carrot, beetroot and greens like MINT. The possibilities are endless and every possibility has a genuine taste.
The bread, which actually acts as samosa exterior has to be rolled carefully to get it right for the stuffing. When you cut a rolled bread slice in to two triangles, you are almost there to obtain perfect triangular shape. The paste of maida and water acts as a glue and really helps to keep the stuffing IN.
Bread samosa was like food of the season speaking to my taste-buds. How do you feel?