Recipe by Ritu
"This is extremely easy and tasty recipe for breakfast. Hope you'll enjoy it!"
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baking potatoes, peeled and cubed
frozen green peas, thawed
fresh green chile peppers
salt to taste
1 (8 ounce) can
refrigerated crescent roll dough
awesome dish! The filling is similar to a samosa filling, I followed the recipe exactly except for adding garlic to the filling (because I add garlic to everything I can). I "formed the patties" by separating the crescent dough and rolling each one out a bit, then adding the filling to the center and wrapping the rest of the dough around it, pinching the open gaps together as I went. These baked up to a golden brown in 15 minutes in my oven, and I served them with some coriander chutney on the side. Thanks for the recipe!
Although the filling is very tasty, I didn’t like the crescent wrapping. The overwhelming buttery taste of the dough didn’t seem to match. I used Pillbury brand which had 6 crescents. The package did say “butter flavor” but that’s all the grocers had. My 6 year old loved them though. Will try it again with possibly puff pastry or other plain refrigerated dough.
I'm giving this 4 stars because my husband said, "Mmmm, good!" As for myself, I thought it was just OK. For one thing, the directions are confusing. How does an 8-count package of rolls produce 6 servings? There is really no indication of how to 'fill each roll and form into patties'. I ended up rolling them out a bit and using one roll piece on the bottom and the other on top, producing four large 'patties'. Oh, and if your filling is hot, you may want to do your forming right on the cookie sheet or you'll have a time getting the prepared patty off of your work surface, as the dough becomes very soft and sticky! I may use this filling again, though. It was tasty in a wrap with some chicken the next day.
This is a great idea! Instead of the spices (which I didn't have), I sauteed some garlic and then added 2 tsp of garam masala spice mix. I also used two teaspoons of canned hot jalapenos instead of the chili peppers. I love samosas, and these tasted almost like the ones I get from the restaurant, and were much cheaper! I used Pillsbury reduced fat croissant dough.
These are great and so easy! I like to add a bit more spices and up the green peas to a cup, but that's just personal preference.
Just tried this last night and was very pleased. I tweaked the spice amounts to my taste and used reduced fat crescent dough. They tasted just like samosas. I served them apple chutney.
Delicious. Almost like the samosas we get at the Indian restaurant. I used one jalepeno pepper instead of the 2 chile peppers and it was still plenty hot.
I made my own crescent rolls. The filling is super! My family wants these again very soon!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Instant Vegetable Patties
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 115
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