Sunday, 29 July 2018

"Samosa Pie For Tea. Save All Your Samosas For Me."

We have been watching Nadiya's Family Favourites on BBC 1 on Monday nights, I think?  
The other week Nadiya made Samosa pie.  So we (the missus) made a Samosa pie for our tea.  If you go to BBC Food you will find the recipe there.  

I did help grow the peas, podded them, grew the onions and peeled them and I am still looking to purchase an onion gas mask. 

We didn't have a cake tin so we used a loaf tin instead.  Here's how it turned out:



We also had enough ingredients left over to make a small Samosa pie.  I really liked the pie.  The rest of the family thought it a bit too hot and spicy.  The wife says I have an asbestos mouth.  Just because I had hot spicy sauce with my pie!  

I left the small pie for a couple of days and it seemed to mature and tasted even nicer.  I love spicy food.  Just wish I could make a good Donner kebab.  Donna kebab?  Who's she! We make Shish kebabs but never really mastered a Donner.  Have you?  




14 comments:

  1. I'll be looking for that recipe. Your potato cakes were damn good. Bet this is too!

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    1. Hi Linda. Its a great recipe and you don't have to make individual Samosas. Great for picnics. Thanks!

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  2. Mouthwatering post, Dave. I wish I still had a yen for cooking. I do like to watch Nadiya though. Apart from being an excellent cook she is a really lovely lady.

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  3. Thanks Valerie. I think Nadiya's food presentation is superb. She is a lovely lady. Did you see the upside down cheesecake? That is one recipe we have got to have a try. Think I will get one of her cookbooks. Thanks!

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  4. That's looks like a good recipe to have a go at! We like spicy food, so I shall investigate YouTube to see if a good soul has posted up any videos of Nardia's cooking.....

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    1. The recipe turned out really well Vera. If you look on the BBC Food website you will find the recipes there. Hope your all well in rural France. Thanks!

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  5. That looks delicious. But if it was hot and spicy, I'd not have been able to eat it.

    Yes, I'm a wimp, as far as hot/spicy goes.

    And yes, I know I am missing out on a whole slice of life!!!! -grin-

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    1. Hi wisp of words. The Samosa pie is delicious. You could always cut back on the spices. Thanks!

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  6. I like the look of the Samosa Pie. I like spicy things, Nardia is good. Thanks Dave.

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  7. Thanks Rachel. I love spicy food. She is very talented and shows no arrogance what so ever. She's probably my favourite tv chef at the moment.

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  8. Did you know that if you cut an onion after it has been in the fridge for a while......it doesn't make you " cry" ? Works for me anyway!

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  9. Thanks for the tip Frances. I heard that if you use a sharp knife your eyes won't water either. Thanks!

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