GRAIN-FREE TORTILLA SAMOSAS

Shivangi of @raodyrecipes made these incredible samosas using our tortillas! SO good! Scroll below for the recipe. 
"🥟GRAIN FREE TORTILLA SAMOSAS!🥟 Memorial Day weekend calls for lots of fun finger foods. Samosas are one of my favs! I missed these so much when I became gluten free / paleo and now I can enjoy them again thanks to @positivelyplantain plantain tortillas! These tortillas are folded and stuffed with my Garam Masala Sweet Potatoes (recipe on the blog) and Kheema (Indian minced meat; recipe also on the blog). They’re brushed with coconut oil and baked for just 15 minutes until crispy and golden brown and voila: Grain & Gluten Free Samosas! 🥟 Paired them with my creamy cilantro chutney (recipe also on the blog). You could also stuff them with regular spiced potatoes, paneer, or anything else you like. These taste like the real deal and are so much healthier. 🙌🏾 Enjoy these over a fun quarantine picnic or cookout this weekend! 🥟 #raodyrecipes

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RECIPE

Shivangi @raodyrecipes

INGREDIENTS:

  • EVERYTHING LISTED IN MY GARAM MASALA SWEET POTATO RECIPE AND/OR KHEEMA RECIPE
  • 3-4 POSITIVELY PLANTAIN GRAIN FREE TORTILLAS (HALF OF ONE TORTILLA MAKES ONE SAMOSA, SO 3-4 TORTILLAS WILL MAKE 6-8 SAMOSAS)
  • 1 EGG BEATEN AND USED AS EGG WASH
  • 2 TBSP COCONUT OIL HEATED AND MELTED

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

  2. Make the Garam Masala Sweet potatoes and/or my Kheema. Set aside and let cool to room temperature.

  3. Crack one egg and beat to make egg wash. Set aside.

  4. Melt 3-4 tbsp of coconut oil and set aside.

  5. Heat tortillas on a dry pan on medium heat and cook through so they’re more pliable.

  6. Take heated tortillas and cut them in half using clean scissors or a knife.

  7. Fold the tortilla into thirds forming a triangle. Brush the surface of one of the thirds with egg wash, and fold the other third over so it forms a triangle. Press it down gently so it seals with the egg wash.

  8. Take each triangle and stuff with a tablespoon full of sweet potatoes or kheema or anything else you’d like.

  9. Optional: Brush the bottom ends of the triangle with egg wash and seal together. Note: it’s hard to do this but you can try! I find it easier to leave the bottom ends open.

  10. Take another brush and brush the surface of the samosa with coconut oil/ghee/olive oil.

  11. Lay on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

  12. Bake for 15-20 minutes (flipping over half way) until crispy and golden brown.

  13. Top with my Creamy Cilantro Chutney or sugar free ketchup!

  14. Serve immediately and enjoy!

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