Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Soya-chunk with mashed Tapioca Samosa


This is made from the left-over ingredients that I had in my refrigerator. A wise method of using the leftover ingredients that you have.I had some soya-chunk masala that I had prepared yesterday and the cooked tapioca/Kappa Puzhungiyath. I thought of mixing them both together to make a filling. A cutlet or samosa can be made out of this filling.

Ingredients:
The ingredients required is the soya chunk masala and cooked kappa/tapioca and the samosa pastry. Samosa can be made by following the procedure i Had already posted for vegetable samosa. So this is a mixture of three posts in my blog.

Preparation Method:
1. Mash the tapioca(2 cups) well and mix with the soya-chunk masala(1 1/2 cups). Adjust salt if required.
2. Keep the filling inside the samosa pastry and deep fry them in oil.
3. Serve hot with sauce or mint and tamarind chutney. Enjoy.


25 comments:

  1. delicious to snack looks wonderful

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  2. Wow..healthy and delicious samosa..

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  3. Hmm Yummy.... looks really crispy...

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  4. nice and little filling. Looks crispy and yummy

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Delicious and healthy samosa. Love the way you used soya chunks.

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  6. Delicious any time snack.Great fillings.

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  7. delicious filling and perfect samosas

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  8. love any thing with soya...this looks fabulous dear....

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  9. This looks crunchy, crispy and so yummm. Healthy combination. Will try this soon.

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  10. Woww those samosas looks super crispy and fabulous,feel like having..

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  11. Love the filling,crispy and yummy samosas.

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  12. ee samosa kollamallo...very innovative...kappa samosa with kappapuzhukku filling is a great idea..don't u think..

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  13. samosa with soy chunk is very new and healthy too.

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  14. Wow what a yummy way to use leftovers.Samosas look so yum

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  15. Hi,
    first time here…
    Those look tempting and yummy!

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  16. Very innovative..they came out perfect n yummy looking

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  17. Samosas look SUPER DUPER dear -Would love to try this out! I wrote down a recipe with my left over veggies only a couple of hours ago which I will be blogging soon - do check it out

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  18. This is a great idea neenu...They look crispy too...

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  19. Wow, Neenu, I loved your idea of masala with soya chunks and tapioca- wonderful samoosas!!

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  20. Tapioca filling sounds absolutely new for me, they look great! Thanks for stopping by my blog and for ur kind words of appreciation!

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