Do you want to know how it feels like when you have a combo of Samosa French loaf + Green Chutney? It’s simply heavenly. It’s basically like a samosa wrapped in french loaf and served with lush green chutney. Plus, the loaf has no onion and garlic.
I promise it’s probably one of the best “samosas” you’ll eat. I mean, it has french loaf which is paired with some spicy potato peas stuffing — it is easy too. They are just AWESOME for weight watchers. They are not deep-fried. So a guilt-free treat too.
Holi is all about Snacks: There is samosa, there is French loaf and then there is green chutney too. Frankly speaking, I couldn’t ask for more to relish on this Holi.
This is more of a snack/brunch or I might call it a light dinner because this is a full combo of epic ingredients.
Why samosa: Why should I call it a samosa when it’s not actually a samosa? I know this is not a typical samosa, but it has the awesomeness of a samosa. Because it is stuffed with all the yummy samosa stuffing. So calling it a samosa or calling it something else is totally your choice! But the taste would be divine regardless of the name.
Welcome to my SIMPLE world: I deliberated for 10 mins and came up with the simplest name. Because my consciousness said to me: “Life’s complicated enough, so why don’t you try simple?” So simple it was for me. And why not giving simply a chance to something simple!
And here I go. Let it be simple. Let the simple begin! So the simple name for this dish is ‘Samosa French Loaf With Coriander Chutney’, which seemed most fitting in the end. 🙂
Best to enjoy on Mondays: I promise it’s probably one of the best “samosas” you’ll eat. I mean, it has french loaf which is paired with some spicy potato peas stuffing — it is easy too. Also I am sharing this on a Monday, and you all know that I would not come up with anything complicated on a Monday. Right? 🙂
Try this easy dish and there will be no more Monday blues! Because when easy meets simple, you get Samosa french loaf. 🙂
My love for both: So the idea of making this ‘Samosa French Loaf With Coriander Chutney’ was very simple. Samosa is one of my favourite snacks. If you are unfamiliar with samosa then you can read more about it in my previous samosa post. French loaf is my kind of bread, and I can eat anything with that! Samosa is one of the most gorgeous Indian snacks, which is deep fried, and fully packed of spicy goodness oozing with potatoes/vegetables or chicken.
Merging two delicacies: I simply wanted to combine two of my favourites. And when I followed my heart, then I got this magnificent dish. It was quintessential to be my kind of food. This samosa loaf and I are having embracing moment these days! 🙂
Fun and frolic weekend: Speaking of this weekend, it was just fantastic. We had lots of sunshine and little warmth too. But the weather is magical since morning. Why, you may ask. It’s bright + sunny + snowing. Isn’t it miraculous? This is just that WOW feeling when you see such genius beauty with perfection!
Check the level of awesomeness: Let’s talk about ‘Samosa French Loaf With Coriander Chutney’, or I would rather say let’s talk about the taste of paradise. 🙂
Samosa French Loaf are just AWESOME for weight watchers. They are not deep-fried. So a guilt-free treat too.
Uuuuumm, you want to know how it feels like when you have a combo of Spiced Kesar Chai + Samosa French loaf + Green Chutney? It’s simply heavenly. All in all I am crazy about this snack. It’s basically like a samosa wrapped in french loaf and served with lush green chutney. Plus, the loaf has no onion and garlic.
The brief process: First I made stuffing, then stuffed it into loaf and baked it. Topped with some cheese and baked again. For chutney, I grounded all the ingredients and Voilà, that was it.
Samosa French Loaf With Coriander Chutney (Video) (Step-by-step photo instructions)
Make Stuffing //
- Roast cumin seeds and coriander seeds and transfer onto a plate.
- Heat oil in a pan. Add chopped ginger, chopped green chilies and sauté them.
- Add green peas and mix well.
- Cover and cook for 2-3 minutes.
- Add roasted cumin, coriander seeds, chopped cashews and raisins.
- Also add mashed boiled potatoes, turmeric powder, coriander powder, dried mango powder, and garam masala powder.
- Mix everything well while mashing lightly with spoon. Keep cooking for 2-3 minutes.
- Add salt and mix well again. Let it cook for another 5 minutes on medium heat while stirring in between.
- Add coriander leaves and cook for 1 more minute.
- Remove from heat and set aside.
Making Coriander Chutney //
- Blend all the chutney ingredients to a smooth consistency.
- Check the seasoning and add more lemon juice or water if required and eep it aside.
For Baking //
- Pre-heat oven at 200°C/400°F.
- Slice of very top of French loaf and set aside.
- Scoop out the bread in the center of loaf.
- Stuffed with prepared samosa stuffing and press the top with the back of a spoon.
- Bake in preheated oven for 10-12 minutes.
- Spread cheese and place top back on bread and bake for 3-4 minutes.
- Slice and serve chutney and with hot tea/coffee.