A great chef or housewife is always ready to delight theirs guests with something delicious. That’s why today we have a great representative of Uzbek cuisine for you. We present chicken samosa recipe made of puff pastry.
Samosa is believed to be first cooked on the East, in Asia, but eventually it has migrated together with trade caravans to the central regions of the continent and even to Caucasus. Gradually, popular Uzbek patty got popular and now it’s one of the most beloved tourist dishes in the region. It’s just impossible to imagine an ancient market in some city of central Asia without delicious samosa. Well, locals call it ‘’somsa’’ and think that the original dish should be cooked in tandoor and that it’s not a pie or patty at all. So, let them use their traditional tandoors, but, to be honest, you can easily do it without one. All you need is your personal oven and you’ll get almost the same result. In fact, this kind of bakery products is usually made in modern ovens so it won’t make any difficulties for anyone who wants to try it. Let’s now take a look at the list of ingredients needed.
The ingredients for stuffing:
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The foods rich in carbohydrates, of course, are necessary to saturate human body, but consuming them in small quantities and not fried, we will undoubtedly increase their healthiness. Mind that we didn't use any oil during in frying. A couple of Uzbek samosa with sesame seeds in any way and can not injure those who adhere to proper nutrition. In our original recipe, chicken was used for stuffing, it was ground and mixed with flavorous spices. The traditional recipe requires the use of fatty mutton and our avoidance of it could be rather important point for those who keeps fit.
We hope that the Uzbek traditional pastries will be remembered for its genuine taste and you’ll be happy to cook it for a weekend, and visit our website in search of further interesting cooking classes and original recipes.