• Prep Time 15-20 minutes
  • Cook Time 25-30 minutes
  • Serving For 4 People
  • Difficulty Easy
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Recipe Description

These classic samosas with a chocolate twist will make children addicted to them for sure!

Ingredients:-

 

  • Dark chocolate, chopped – 1cup
  • Refined flour – 2 cups
  • Castor sugar – 2 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon
  • Ghee – 1 ½ tablespoons
  • Black peppercorns, crushed – ¼ teaspoon
  • Crumbled chocolate sponge cake – 1 cup
  • Fried nuts (chopped cashew nuts, raisins) – 2 tablespoons
  • Cinnamon powder – 1 teaspoon
  • Brown sugar – ¼ cup
  • Oil – to deep-fry
  • Melted dark chocolate – 1 cup
  • Melted white chocolate – ½ cup

 

Method:-

 

  1. Put refined flour, four tablespoons castor sugar, ghee, crushed black peppercorns into a mixing bowl. Mix well and rub till the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.Add sufficient water and knead into semi-stiff dough. Cover and refrigerate for ten minutes.
  1. Put chopped dark chocolate, chocolate sponge, fried nuts, cinnamon powder and brown sugar into another bowl and mix well. Add one teaspoon castor sugar and mix well.
  1. Divide dough into eight equal portions and roll each out each into roughly about 5 inch size rotis. Cut the rotis into two equal parts.
  1. Apply water on the edges of each half and roll into a small cone. Place a spoonful of the chocolate mixture in the cone and seal the open edge to make a samosa.
  1. Heat sufficient oil in a kadai. Slide in the samosa and deep-fry on low heat till golden and crisp. Drain on an absorbent paper.
  1. Dip the samosa in dark chocolate and arrange on a serving plate. Drizzle the white chocolate over them to make a pattern and serve hot.

 

 

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Fusion of Indian food with International Cuisine is what made Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi a sought after name within the Food industry. With a background of North India, Chef Harpal is a music lover and is fluent in English and five Indian regional languages - Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Oriya and Telugu.

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