I love Indian food. When I lived in London, I would seek out Indian Vegetarian Restaurants, of which there were many. The Mandeer near Tottenham Court Road was amazing, I would try different dishes each visit but every meal had to include samosas. I have since found a place with the best ever samosas, that is Ayer's in Cork City. Simply the best Indian food I have tasted. The following recipe is my own version and i often exchange the potato filling for sweet potato.
To make the Pastry put 500g of flour in a bowl. Add 100ml of Oil and mix to make a crumb. Add 50ml of water and a bit more until the pastry holds together but is not too wet. Wrap in cling film and leave in the fridge for an hour.
Boil 1kg of Potatoes and mash with vegan margarine and soya milk to make a smooth, but not too wet, mash potato. Don't forget to season with salt. Add in a tablespoon of curry paste of your choice.
Mix in 100g (or more if you want) of frozen peas and put aside to cool down.
Take the dough from the fridge and chop into 100g pieces. Roll a piece into a ball. Then with a rolling pin. roll out to an oblong shape. Cut length ways into two pieces. Wet the edge of the pieces of dough with a little water.
Take a piece of dough and fold the the straight edges together making a cup (shaped like a Lilly Flower). Hold this between your forefinger and thumb, Fill with potato mix. Fold over and seal with some water to make a triangle shape. There are plenty of instructional videos on YouTube for this.
Shallow fry 'til golden brown on both sides. Serve with a dip of Mayonnaise or Make a dip of equal (roughly) parts Tahini and Soya Sauce,