>> Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Sending this to Sowmya who is hosting my Kid's Delight Event, themed on Sweet Treats for Kids
Adapted from here
All purpose Flour 2 tbsp
Water - as required to make a smooth paste
Phyllo Sheets/ Spring roll wrappers
Oil, for cooking
Sugar, for sprinkling - I skipped
In a small bowl, mix the flour and water to make a smooth paste. Cut the spring roll wrappers, which will be square, into thin strips. Since mine were small squares, it was quite complicated to get the triangle shape.
Fold the end of one strip over to form an equal-sided triangle, then fold over again, maintaining the triangle shape. Lift it up and spoon a bit of Nutella into the pocket.
Alternatively you could drop a small spoonful onto the end of the strip as it lays on your work surface, then fold it over to make a triangle and continue from there.
Continue folding back and forth, maintaining the triangle shape. When you get close to the end, brush the last piece of the strip with some paste and seal it closed. If there are holes in any of the three tips, seal them with a bit of paste.
In a Kadai, heat oil. Fry a few samosas at a time, without crowding the pot, flipping as necessary as they turn brown.
Remove with tongs or a slotted spoon to paper towels to drain.
If you want you can sprinkle with sugar and serve warm.
With long strips, you will get a thicker outer layer, since mine was small, there was only a single outer layer and so the nutella was seen clearly.
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