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  1. Dough

    1/2 cup all purpose flour (plain flour, maida)

    1/2 tbsp sooji (samolina)

    1/4 tsp salt

    1-1/2 tbsp oil (canola or vegetable )
    For the Filling:

    3 boiled potatoes, peeled and chopped into very small cubes

    1/2 tsp cumin seeds (jeera)
    3 tbsp lukewarm water use as needed 1 tbsp chopped green chilies

    1 tsp coriander powder (dhania)

    1/4 tsp garam masala

    1 tsp mangopowder (amchoor)

    1 tsp salt

    2 tbsp oil (canola or vegetable)

    1/2 cup green peas (I am using frozen peas)

  2. Look forward to following you Manjula and trying out your recipes. So far I enjoy watching and learning. Kudo's to you for not using annoying music in the back ground!

  3. i have adopted you as a substitute for my mum who left this world 27 years ago now. i love you and enjoy watching you cook and teach, thank you so much Manjula

  4. Happy Janmastami! Thank you for helping me cook nice food stuffs for Krishna today. I have been learning to cook from you for years. I feel like you are my mother when you are teaching me to cook♥️ thank you so much. I love you 🙏🏻 Namaste

  5. You are such a great cook and a fantastic teacher! It is so easy to follow all your video. I've been following you for years and my family has enjoyed all your treats! Thank you so very much😊

  6. I just love your recipe, and thank you!!!  Gonna try this next weekend.  My old neighbors were Punjabi, and the mother made wonderful Samosas, and would share them with us.  I would gobble them up 🙂 🙂  

  7. Hello Manjula and everyone else that is reading. I noticed if you want to make 16 samosa its good to double all the amounts of the recepie EXCEPT POTATOS ( aloo) i kept it at 3 potato. Thank yoy it was great samosa very tasty

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