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Vegetable Puff Pastry Samosa served with ketchup, chutney and chai.
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Baked Vegetable Puff Pastry Samosa Recipe

Vegan Vegetable Puff Pastry Samosa is a nice way to enjoy this popular snack guilt-free. A baked samosa recipe filled with potato mushroom curry that can be made in 30 minutes! A fun and tasty snack for all especially during the holidays! 
Course Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine Indian, North Indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings 9 samosas
Calories 183.8kcal


  • Oven


For the stuffing

To make the samosa


For the stuffing

  • Boil and mash the potatoes and keep it aside.
  • Heat oil in a pan and temper cumin seeds. Then add ginger garlic paste and minced mushrooms.
  • Saute till all the moisture from the mushroom disappears. This could take 8-10 minutes.
  • Then add minced green chilies and chopped cilantro. Fry for 2 minutes.
  • Add finely chopped bell pepper and seasonings like turmeric powder, coriander-cumin powder, garam masala, and amchur powder.
  • Give it all a mix and cook for a minute.
  • Lastly, add the mashed potatoes along with salt and mix it all together.
  • Keep this potato mushroom curry aside for now and let it cool. You can also store it in the fridge till you need it.
  • When it's time to make the Vegetable Puff Pastry Samosa, here's what you need to do.
  • Refrigerate the stuffing till it's needed.

To make the samosa

  • Remove puff pastry from the freezer and let it sit out at room temperature, about 40 minutes.
  • Then cut them into squares as shown in the picture above.
  • Stretch each square a bit more with a rolling pin.
  • Add a dollop of the prepared mushroom curry in the center.
  • Optional - Spread some green chutney and sweet tamarind chutney in the center before adding the filling if you wish to.
  • Optional - You can also add some grated cheese on top of the filling.
  • With a brush, apply dairy-free milk on all the sides of the squares,
  • Fold into a triangle. Refer to the picture to see how it's done.
  • Press the edges with a fork to create a design and also help seal it.
  • Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F and bake these puffs for 15-20 minutes or till they puff up well and turn golden brown. 
  • Take them out and let them cool for a minute. Vegetable Puff Pastry Samosa is ready!


Add lemon juice if you don't have amchur powder. You can also add chopped onions to the filling. 
The stuffing for this vegan samosa recipe can be prepared in advance and refrigerated. It stays good for 4-5 days.
In fact, you can freeze even the stuffed puff pastry and bake them fresh as and when needed. 
Be liberal while adding the filling but ensure you are able to close it properly. Add grated cheese along with the filling to make cheesy samosa puffs. 
Make and eat them warm and fresh. But if gone cold, you can reheat them in the microwave. 
Can you make another filling?
The traditional vegetable samosa is prepared only with mashed potatoes and green peas. 
So you can make Potato Samosa or Aloo Puffs using this same recipe minus the mushrooms. 
Also, Instead of mushroom curry, you can make samosas using any other veggies, soy, or tofu. 
Can you give it any other shape?
Yes. That is the beauty of working with puff pastry sheets. You can shape them as you want.
You can make a samosa pie using this filling, shape them as pinwheels or give it any other shape.
Or you can make them the traditional way. Prepare a plain dough, roll them into small circles.
Then stuff them with the filling and then shape them as triangles. Then fry or bake them. 
Can you eat this the next day?
Yes, you may enjoy these vegan baked samosas the next day as well. Just heat it up in the microwave.
However, it tastes the best when eaten freshly baked.


Calories: 183.8kcal | Carbohydrates: 16.09g | Protein: 3.05g | Fat: 12.06g | Saturated Fat: 2.87g | Sodium: 122.26mg | Potassium: 137.54mg | Fiber: 1.95g | Sugar: 1.73g | Vitamin A: 434.95IU | Vitamin C: 19.13mg | Calcium: 17.78mg | Iron: 1.61mg