Turkey Samosa only 20p EACH !

Turkey Samosa only 20p EACH !

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Turkey samosa

We had several children over for tea last night, and I thought I would shy away from the usual pizza and chips, I had picked up some reduced Turkey mince and I had a bit of a brain wave. I always try and show my children different foods and tastes, and some times they like it and sometimes I get a big “JOG ON !” but it is always worth a try.

This worked out super frugal at around 20p a samosa, and I made my own pastry which was simple, cheap as chips and much tastier than I expected. These can also accommodate a whole batch of fillings, so use up veg, meat or even cheese with these.

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Turkey samosa

 

You will need….

250g Turkey mince

2 carrots grated

1 onion chopped finely

2 tbsp curry powder

2 tsp salt

4 cups of plain flour

50g butter

1 tbsp coconut oil

Oil for frying

 

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Heat some coconut oil in a large pan and add the onion , fry until they are clear, add the mince and the carrots and fry until the mince is no longer pink.

Add the 1 tsp of salt and the curry powder and mix well. Feel free to add potatoes, sweetcorn etc to the mix.

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Put the flour, salt and softened butter into a large mixing bowl and slowly add water, your aim is to make the dough form a ball that will be stretchy and not too sticky. Knead the dough for a couple of minutes, I always imagine someone that has hacked me off, and before I know it, I have a perfect dough ball.

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Turn it out onto a floured surface and pull the dough into 8 pieces (if you want big samosa leave the balls bigger, if you want small ones, make smaller balls !)

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Roll out the balls into a circular shape and  cut down the middle of each circle. Wet the edges of the pastry and roll up into a cone, push some of the mince ingredients into the cone, but try not to overfill it. Seal the edges and get ready to deep frying.

Deep fry them until they are a light brown colour and place them on kitchen towel to absorb the access oil. Wait for several minutes before serving, We also made a batch of feta cheese samosa’s as we had a vegetarian in the group and they were equally yummy.

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I’m also linking with the Credit Crunch Munch Challenge from Fab Food For All and Fuss Free Flavours hosted this month by Lovely Appetite as they all do an excellent job of showing you how to save money and eat well.

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17 thoughts on “Turkey Samosa only 20p EACH !

  1. Wow aren’t you clever, I would never have thought to make my own Samosa’s, a great tasty treat! Thanks for entering #CreditCrunchMunch;-)

    1. kelly admin

      Thank you for having me ❤

  2. I have never made samosas before! I love the idea of this! And getting the kids involved 🙂 thanks for linking up! x

    1. kelly admin

      They are so easy Lisa, and great for kids as you can fill them with anything. Thank you for your kind comments xxx

    1. kelly admin

      I hope you went at the magic hour

    1. kelly admin

      Thank you for your kind comment xxx

  3. I totally love samosa, since I tried them when I came to London I can’t get enough of them. I will try out your receipt! Thank you!

    1. kelly admin

      Ohhhhh, I hope you like it Noelia xxx

  4. Linda Reid

    I just read an article in the Daily Mail with suggestions from you about using small amounts of leftovers. You advocate putting plastic in the microwave. This is a very bad practice as it may release carcinogenic chemicals into the food. This is not an urban myth. While you may be careful not to overheat the plastic many of your followers won’t. Here is an article from a trusted source that may enlighten you. http://www.cancer.ca/en/prevention-and-screening/be-aware/cancer-myths-and-controversies/microwaves-and-plastic-containers/?region=on

    1. Linda Reid

      Please don’t take this as a criticism of your blog. It’s lovely. But I had no other way of contacting you with respect to this issue. I don’t expect you to publish my comment.

      1. kelly admin

        Hi Linda. Thank you so much for your information, I will look into this x

    1. kelly admin

      Let me know how you get on xxxxx

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