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Portions: 24 Serving size: 1 Samosa
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These were really good. Added some fresh chopped garlic and more Garam Masala. Would make again
Dec. 31, 2012, 4:16 PM - Inappropriate review?
Of couse, cher183001 has some more ingredients to add to the rest! YOU NEED 1 tsp finely of chopped garlic to really get the right taste. I also use 1/2 tsp saffron threads (soaked in water for about 10 minutes, and add it when you are cooking the meat. I'm going to get you all to try very spice in the worlfd. Saffron threads are pretty expensive, but you can just go to the store, and see what saffron threads look like if nothing else. Saffron threads are the orange red dried stigama of a flower from the crocus family. If you can only get powdered saffron, only use half of the above (1/8 tsp) amount suggested. Cheryl Myers cher183001.
May. 20, 2011, 7:15 AM - Inappropriate review?
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