Saturday, 18 April 2015

How to make Vegetable Potli samosas

Recipe of whole wheat veggie Potli samosas

Potlis with veggies are a beautiful variation to a famous Indian street food 'Samosas'. They are delicious and beautiful small baskets prepared with whole wheat and stuffed with variety of cooked crispy vegetables served with chutneys. These are cute basket/small purse shaped unique samosas filled with crunchy veggies. These cute potlis are popular among kids too. This is the best way to make them eat all the veggies with this filling snack. You can add tomato ketchup in the veggies, while making it for kids. You can add your choice of veggies in it. If your kid is fond of cottage cheese or shredded cheese, you can add that too with veggies. Potlis are perfect party starter or an evening snack.




It is a quick dish which can be prepared in jiffy. It is a stand alone recipe which can be served without any accompaniment. If you like it spicy, you can add red or green chilly in that. It is vegetarian and eggless. Make sure to serve it hot otherwise it will become soggy and you will not enjoy it.




Lets start with the recipe :


Preparation Time   Cooking time Total Time Yield
10 minutes10 minutes20 minutesServes 4 

Recipe Type : Snack
Cuisine : Indian

Ingredients :
  • 1 cup whole wheat flour (Atta)
  • 1 chopped cabbage
  • 2 chopped bell pepper(red and green capsicum)
  • 2 chopped carrots
  • 1 cup chopped beans
  • 1/2 cup boiled corn kernels 
  • 1 chopped green chillly
  • 2 sliced onions
  • Salt according to taste
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 teaspoon chaat masala
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • Oil
Preparation for dough :
  1. In a bowl, add whole wheat flour, salt and 1 teaspoon oil
  2. Add some water and knead a smooth dough. It should be thicker then normal chapati dough. Keep it aside for 15 minutes
Preparation for Rolls :
  1. In a non-stick pan, heat 1 tablespoon oil
  2. Add onions and wait till they turn pink
  3. Add cabbage, bell pepper, carrot, beans and green chilly in it and let it cook
  4. When they are half cooked, add corn and cook, make sure you don't overcook the vegetables. They should be crispy to bite
  5. Add pepper, chaat masala, salt and mix it, keep it aside
  6. Roll out a thin small round chapati with rolling pin
  7. Stuff veggies in the center of the chapati
  8. Apply some oil with your finger tips on the edges of the rolled portion
  9. Join the edges to seal it to give a shape of Potli (a little basket)
  10. Seal the edges to form pleats and cover them with a slight twist to make potlis
  11. Make sure that all the edges are sealed properly
  12. Heat oil in a deep pan for deep frying
  13. Deep fry the potlis one by one
  14. Follow the same process for more potlis
  15. Serve hot with Tamarind and mint chutneys  
Note : 
  • Chaat masala is an Indian spice that you can get in any Indian store, if that is not available, you can add little tomato ketchup or lemon in the veggies


20 comments:

  1. Delicious looking gorgeous potlis! Major drooling my dear! Nom nom! :)

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  2. wow!!! Ritu this looks super delicious!!!!Can I have some ??

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  3. Potlis are tempting me, luv samosa and this one if beautifully made!

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  4. Wow. ..delicious potlis .....!!!...you r increasing my hunger in this 11th hr.

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  5. Perfect and cute potlis dear.. Really tempting a lot

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  6. Cute & healthy potlis.......lovely pictures.
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  7. These are really delicious and mouth watering potlis. Would love to have some Ritu :)

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  8. Wow, looks like a fried modak or a fried momo!!! Totally gorgeous potlis Ritu :)

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  9. Awesome and delicious snack!!!

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  10. Awesome and delicious snack!!!

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  11. They look gorgeous, tempting and mouthwatering..want to grab them:)

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  12. Wow, so perfectly made potli samosas, So neat presentation done to it.

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  13. Beautifully made potlis. And I must say that the presentation is wonderful! Ritu, I had a late dinner but your pictures are making me hungry!!

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  14. Looks Yummy !! Presentation is awesome, really tempting !!

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  15. delicious potlis ....feeling like having some...

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  16. Ritu.... thank you for this tasty version of samosa

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