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Mini Vegetable Samosas Only 85p @ Aldi
Mini Vegetable Samosas Only 85p @ Aldi

Mini Vegetable Samosas Only 85p @ Aldi

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Mini Vegetable Samosas (About 8 in a pack) Only 85p

(Oven bake about 15 mins - Do not Deep fry as they soak up the cooking oil or fat and become very greasy)

17 Comments

I prefer bug home made ones.

snowflake75

I prefer bug home made ones.



I prefer no bugs in mine

Gollywood

I prefer no bugs in mine



​lol I meant big ones!!!... my silly phone

snowflake75

​lol I meant big ones!!!... my silly phone



Someone needs to shoot the guy that came up with the recipe for these supermarket samosas.

And employ some Asian house wife to show them how it's done.

Gollywood

Someone needs to shoot the guy that came up with the recipe for these … Someone needs to shoot the guy that came up with the recipe for these supermarket samosas.And employ some Asian house wife to show them how it's done.



​she doesn't have to be a housewife

Gollywood

Someone needs to shoot the guy that came up with the recipe for these … Someone needs to shoot the guy that came up with the recipe for these supermarket samosas.And employ some Asian house wife to show them how it's done.



​she doesn't need to be a housewife

snowflake75

​she doesn't need to be a housewife




She does. She'll be used to cooking under extreme conditions & pressure (eg nob of a husband / screaming kids / annoying in-laws, and still getting it right).

Yes - you are ruled out of this position!
Edited by: "Gollywood" 31st Oct 2016

Gollywood

She does. She'll be used to cooking under extreme conditions & pressure … She does. She'll be used to cooking under extreme conditions & pressure (eg nob of a husband / screaming kids / annoying in-laws, and still getting it right).Yes - you are ruled out of this position!



​I'm not a housewife and I make them

snowflake75

​I'm not a housewife and I make them



I demand a taste-test!

Not to impressed with these a
though cheap price.

Gollywood

I demand a taste-test!



​I'll let you know when I make my next batch (_;)

snowflake75

​I'll let you know when I make my next batch (_;)



I've heard those kind of promises before...


Edited by: "Gollywood" 31st Oct 2016

When I look around my supermarket all I see are these migrant foods. I want to see my British supermarkets full of good honest British foods!

Imagine it - shelves and shelves of eels! Delicious slippery eels frozen for your convenience, chilled and ready to eat right away or tinned for when you are on a budget. Oh, watch out for eel crisps, sure to be a hit with the kids.
Don't forget to pick up some eely cheesey bites to go with the pewter tankard of 'mead' that has been frothing up in your water tank (no continental swill here!). Go wild and dunk a whole eel in to your drink! You'll only regret it a little.

Also, these are cheap. I question the eel content for that price though.

Daltone

When I look around my supermarket all I see are these migrant foods. I … When I look around my supermarket all I see are these migrant foods. I want to see my British supermarkets full of good honest British foods!Imagine it - shelves and shelves of eels! Delicious slippery eels frozen for your convenience, chilled and ready to eat right away or tinned for when you are on a budget. Oh, watch out for eel crisps, sure to be a hit with the kids. Don't forget to pick up some eely cheesey bites to go with the pewter tankard of 'mead' that has been frothing up in your water tank (no continental swill here!). Go wild and dunk a whole eel in to your drink! You'll only regret it a little.Also, these are cheap. I question the eel content for that price though.



It'll all change when Teresa gets her act together....

Anyone have any good (ie. tasty, easy & relatively foolproof to make) recipes for vegetable samosas, please?

Thanks!

largeruk

Anyone have any good (ie. tasty, easy & relatively foolproof to make) … Anyone have any good (ie. tasty, easy & relatively foolproof to make) recipes for vegetable samosas, please?Thanks!



Well depends on what you like on the inside to be honest....normally asians here in the UK buy this think layered pastry available at most retailers, its a giant square and multiple layered, usually cut in long rectangles. Or could make it using fresh dough and then you got the heavier type like Shingara which are similar.

Usually the inner part is cooked like normal as though it could be eaten separately, except of course no masala/sauce so it doesnt soak the pastry.

You could look at ndtv samosa recipes and any other places and trial and error. Which is the way, my mum and pretty sure a lot of my other relatives do that and I have generally seen different types, even ones which use tuna. Another good one in the shingara form is daal. It all comes to seasoning.

My local takeaway sells yummy homemade ones made by his traditional housewife at home, 25p each uncooked.
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