Baked patti samosa (with zero oil stuffing)

This recipe is from my mom's stable..she mentioned the stuffing to me and suggested trying to make this out for my little one. The stuffing is full of health and taste and it only made sense to do a baked samosa.

so for the second day of the zero oil cooking, this is a perfect dish...

1 packet of samosa pattis (wonton wrappers)
1 tbsp milk for brushing
for stuffing
1 cup shredded cabbage
1 cup soaked poha/ beaten rice flakes
1/2 cup green peas
2-3 green chillies finely chopped
1/2 tspn turmeric powder
1 tspn garam masala
1 tspn lemon juice
salt to taste
sugar to taste
1) In a non stick pan, add the shredded cabbage on high flame
2) Keep tossing the cabbage, when it starts wilting, add the green peas, and soaked poha.
3) Add the rest of the ingredients and cover the pan, until it is well cooked.
4) Set aside the stuffing to cool down.
5) Take the patti and form a cone of it. Fill the stuffing and seal the ends.
6) Brush the top with milk.
7) Bake in a preheated oven at 200 c for about 5-6 min on each side (the first batch may take a little longer)

Serve with ketchup or chutney.


Unknown said…
That is so delicious and so healthy!!! will regular samosa dough work to bake or should it be wonton wrappers?
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Archana said…
Wow this is great
Priya Suresh said…
Wow, thats sooo irresistible, zero oil who can ask more,loving it.Am gonna post samosa for my next week Zero oil theme,but mine is quite different from urs.
Unknown said…
I am a huge fan of the patti samosas. Slurrppp...
Unknown said…
thats really delicious preparation...
Rajani S said…
First time I am hearing poha in a samosa recipe! Sounds interesting :)
Unknown said…
Good Idea of baking this patti samosas they looks nicely baked.
sushma said…
Good idea. Samosa looks great
Chef Mireille said…
what a healthy filling!
Srivalli said…
Now this is something I can easily afford to dig in!..
Nisha said…
Healthy indulgence... :) :) :)
Suma Gandlur said…
What an interesting filling Pradnya and also zero oil cooking makes it so appealing.
Kalyani said…
anytime for a baked samosa :) interesting filling too !

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Padmajha said…
Am yet to try the baked version. Looks nice nand nice filling too..

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