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Kenyan samosas are one of those fun cultural foods that people just use what they have so there are many variations. These freeze well and my children love them!

Kenyan Samosa

Kenyan samosas are one of those fun cultural foods that people just use what they have so there are many variations. These freeze well and my children love them!

Sweet potato samosas with mango chutney

Sweet potato samosas with mango chutney

Sweet potato samosas with mango chutney - Culinary Ginger

Super Crispy Chicken Samosas full of chicken , peas and spiced up with just enough spices and heat . Step-by-step pictorial!

Chicken Samosas

Super Crispy Chicken Samosas full of chicken , peas and spiced up with just enough spices and heat . Step-by-step pictorial!

Traditional vegetable samosas get a healthier make over with homemade pie crust, with a twist of course. Delicious and easy to make!

Traditional vegetable samosas get a healthier make over with homemade pie crust, with a twist of course. Delicious and easy to make!

One of the best chicken empanada recipe I've seen so far. Pretty close to how my mom makes them.

Chicken Empanadas (Empanadas de Pollo)

One of the best chicken empanada recipe I've seen so far. Pretty close to how my mom makes them.

Food blog to share yummy easy cooking and baking recipes :)

Food blog to share yummy easy cooking and baking recipes :)

Samosas were my gateway into Indian food back in my college days. What's not to love, really? They're crispy handheld puffs stuffed with spicy potatoes, peas, and onions — a plate of them is an appetizer to share with friends, two or three of them make an excellent lunch to eat on the way to class. I've recently become obsessed with making an easy, baked version of these traditional, potato-filled samosas at home. My very non-traditional secret? Using store-bought dumpling wrappers to hold…

Baked Samosas with Potatoes and Peas

Samosas were my gateway into Indian food back in my college days. What's not to love, really? They're crispy handheld puffs stuffed with spicy potatoes, peas, and onions — a plate of them is an appetizer to share with friends, two or three of them make an excellent lunch to eat on the way to class. I've recently become obsessed with making an easy, baked version of these traditional, potato-filled samosas at home. My very non-traditional secret? Using store-bought dumpling wrappers to hold…

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