Jain Samosa Recipe

Fond of trying out different types of recipes at home? Bookmark this unique samosa recipe and try it as soon as possible. Made with common kitchen ingredients, this Jain Samosa recipe is so tasty that your guests will not stop asking for more. The filling of the samosas is prepared using raw bananas instead of potatoes, along with peas and a handful of spices like cumin, fennel seeds, coriander powder, dry mango powder, ginger powder, turmeric, garam masala and more. Since this recipe is Jain, it doesn’t include garlic and onion, but still is as tasty as any other regular samosa. These samosas are deep-fried to make them crispy but if you want them to be healthier, you can also bake them in an air-fryer. These samosas can be served at parties, packed for picnics and are best paired with a piping hot cup of chai. You can enjoy these Jain Samosas with saunth chutney or green mint chutney. Do try this recipe, rate it and let us know how it turned out to be by leaving a comment in the section below.

How to make Jain Samosa

  • Step 1 Knead a dough

    In a bowl, add refined flour, wheat flour, carom seeds and salt. Add ghee along with warm water. Mix using your hands and add water little by little. Knead to form a soft and smooth dough. Grease with a few drops of oil and set it aside for later usage.

  • Step 2 Boil raw bananas

    Peel the raw bananas. Boil water in a pot and drop the raw bananas in it. Boil until a bit soft and drain all the water. Now mash the banana properly.

  • Step 3 Make the stuffing

    In a pan, heat 2 tbsp oil. Add asafoetida, cumin seeds and chopped green chillies. Saute for a minute. Now add mashed banana, peas and mix well.

  • Step 4 Add all the spices

    Now add all the spices like dry ginger powder, turmeric, dry mango powder, coriander powder, garam masala, sugar and salt as per taste. Also, crush the fennel seeds lightly and add to the pan. Give a good mix. Cook for about 5-6 minutes and garnish with coriander leaves in the end.

  • Step 5 Make samosa wrapper

    Now pinch out a ball from the dough and roll it out into a circular sheet. Cut the sheet into half. Take one semi-circle and bring both its edges together to make a cone.

  • Step 6 Stuff the samosas

    Fill the samosa wrapper with the prepared stuffing and seal the edges properly by folding. Make more such samosas with the remaining dough and stuffing.

  • Step 7 Fry the samosas

    Now heat oil in a kadhai. Fry the samosas in batches until crispy in texture and golden in colour.

  • Step 8 Ready to be served

    Your crispy Samosas are now ready to be served. Pair up with green mint chutney and enjoy.