This is a quick post tonight. I had some leftover’s from the other night’s meal – Curried Millet and Cauliflower. Samosas are typically full of potatoes and veggies. So my millet dish substituted nicely. My kids loved this fun weekend dinner – its an “Appetizers For Dinner” sort of night.
My millet was not overly spicy – which worked well for the kids who do not normally like traditional samosas purchased from speciality shops or restaurants. These they liked. They were mild and sweet.
I used the same technique (let me apologize now for the links tonight – but I am being lazy and refuse to retype the instructions…) as I used for the veggie spring rolls. I used a bit more oil between the layers and brushed the tops of each samosas before putting it in the oven.
Some a rolled like spring rolls, others I folded into a turnover shape.
Baked at 400 for 20 minutes or until the pastry is golden brown.
Serve with a sweet chutney.
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