Recipe by Kikkoman
"Peas, carrots and potatoes in a spicy red curry sauce are folded into wonton wrappers and fried until golden brown in this classic appetizer or side dish."
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potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch cubes
chopped yellow onion
canned peas and carrots, drained
Kikkoman Thai Red Curry Sauce
Flour for baking sheet
large wonton wrappers
Delicious! I made a large batch and froze the leftovers on a cookie sheet then transfered to a ziploc bag. The frozen samosas cooked just as well as the fresh!
Everything was good EXCEPT the kikkoman sauce. Ew!! I love samosas with a passion. This is not an indian style sauce. I followed the recipe as instructed, using frozen peas and carrots instead of canned, and I didn't have the Kikkoman sauce so I used a generous amount of curry powder and a little coriander, seasoned to taste. It tasted just like an authentic samosa and was very simple to make but dry without the sauce...so I went and bought the sauce. I mixed a tsp in with the filling just to test it and I hate it. I bought tamarind pulp and made my own tamarind sauce and that helped a lot. I am going to try adding some vegetable broth to moisten the mixture as well. I will make this recipe again but definitely not with the kikkoman sauce.
We ended up using what was left of the curry sauce for dipping, and it was delicious.
very impressed with this recipe , its quick because of the premade wrappers and the thai curry sauce , everyone loved them
Good but not great. For the effort I still prefer the samosa recipe by Kimber found on this site that asks for lamb, I just substitute ground chicken and use wonton wrappers. I added some cardamom, cumin and garam masala to the sauce. I couldn't find the Kikkoman version so I bought the Canadian Superstore's 'PC's Red Curry Cooking Sauce'.
Very good & tasty recipe. I made some changes by using equal portions of white & sweet potatoes, then mashing them so they fill better in the wonton wrapper. Couldn't find kikkoman brand sauce, so used Heinz brand's sweet chili sauce instead. Tasted very good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 41
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