Samosa Chat

September 9, 2020


-50 grams quinoa flour

-50 grams oatmeal flour

-25 grams amaranth flour

-100 grams potato

-1 small onion

-1 small tomato

-10 grams mint leaves 

-1 to 2 green chillies


Step 1 (For stuffing)

Wash, boil and mash potatoes. Add salt, turmeric, red chilli powder, coriander powder, ginger garlic paste, chopped mint and coriander leaves. Mix well.

Step 2 (For samosa)

Make a dough out of the 3 flours. Roll into a small chapati and cut into a long rectangular shape.

Step 3

Make a hollow cone, stuff the potato filling into it and close it well by all sides and make a samosa.

Preheat the oven and bake the samosas for 20 minutes at 180 degrees.

Step 4

Once baked, add chopped onion, tomato, sweet and spicy chutneys. Garnish it with baked sev.

Health Benefits

This recipe is a healthy alternative for the most popular street food. The outer covering is made using gluten-free flour mix. Also baking makes the recipe all the more healthy. Deep frying involves the use of a great amount of oil and research has found that consumption of refined cooking oil can lead to insulin resistance and diabetes. Homemade street foods assure a high level of hygiene and food safety keeping you away from food borne illnesses.

Recipe Created By
Ria Jain

iThrive’s biggest focus is to teach anyone how to harness the healing power of food. In order to do this, we have been creating innovative and delicious recipes that are filling, tasty and full of healing benefits. This one is just one of those recipes. 

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Ria Jain
Functional Nutritionist

Ria has a Master’s in Nutrition and Dietetics and is in a permanent research mode and keeps the rest of us at iThrive (Previously ThriveFNC) updated with her latest findings in the field of Nutrition. Her articles on iThrive's blog are an expression of her research findings. We really don’t know what we’d do without her support and her focus.