Low-Carb Samosa Recipe | How to Make Samosa for Diabetic Patients

Diabetic Friendly Samosa Recipe

Samosa is one of the most loved Indian snacks, enjoyed throughout most of the places in India. Their crispy exterior and tasty filling are the main reasons for their popularity.

Traditional street food, samosas can now be found everywhere from restaurants to parties and cafes. Their demand especially rises during festivals like Diwali, Holi, and Raksha Bandhan.

However, a common concern is whether samosas are healthy, particularly for diabetics. Unfortunately, most samosas are made with reused, low-quality oil and high-glycemic flour, which can increase blood sugar, blood pressure, and the risk of cardiovascular problems.

The good news is that we can still enjoy the delicious taste of samosas with a healthier recipe! We are sharing a samosa recipe that's suitable for diabetics and anyone seeking a more health-conscious option.

Samosa Recipe Ingredients

  • 1 Cup Diabexy Atta – Diabexy Atta is a healthier option compared to other types of atta because its Estimated Glycemic Load (EGL) value is 7 per 100g, whereas the glycemic load of other types of atta ranges from 50 to 60 per 100g.
  • ½ TSP Salt – Salt which has important minerals that our bodies need to stay healthy.
  • ½ Ajavain – Ajavain is a spice that looks like tiny seeds & tastes like oregano.
  • 2 TBSP Oil – Oil that is natural and has good fats, which are healthy for you.
  • ¼ TSP Black salt – It should taste tangy and free of any dirt or impurities.
  • ¼ Aam chur Powder - It is made from dried mangoes adding a sour taste to food.
  • ¼ TSP Kasturi Methi - It's made from dried fenugreek leaves. It adds flavor to your food.
  • ¼ Jeera Powder - It is made from grinding up cumin seeds and adds flavor to food, like salt or pepper.
  • ¼ Haldi Powder – It comes from grinding dried turmeric root and adds color and flavor to dishes.
  • ¼ Dhaniya Powder – It is made from dried coriander seeds that add a fresh, citrusy flavor to your food.
  • 100g Boiled & Mashed Potato – It is soft, and fluffy made from potatoes.
  • 1 cup Beans - Beans are small, yummy seeds that grow in pods on plants and are super healthy too, full of vitamins and protein

How To Make Samosa

The Three Parts of Making Samosa-

1. Atta Dough

2. Potato fry with Spices

3. Atta roll


1. Atta Dough

First, take a cup of Diabexy Atta in a bowl. Then add ½ tsp salt, ½ tsp Ajwain, and 2 tbsp oil. Mix all the ingredients and add some water, then knead into a soft dough.

2. Potato fry with Spices

 Take a pan, add some oil, and then add ½ cup of chopped onion. Mix well, then add ¼ cup of beans and ½ teaspoon of salt. Mix again. Cover the pan and cook for a few minutes. Next, add 100 grams of boiled and mashed potato, and mix well. After that, add ¼ teaspoon of cumin seeds (Jeera), ¼ teaspoon of fenugreek leaves (Kasturi Methi), ¼ teaspoon of black salt, ¼ teaspoon of coriander powder (Dhaniya Powder), and ¼ teaspoon of turmeric powder (Haldi Powder). Mix all the ingredients again.

3. Atta Roll

Take a section of Atte doi and roll it into a ball shape, then shape it into a round shape and cut it into 2 sections from the middle. After making a slurry, spread the slurry in the corner as shown in the video. Add filling in a cone shape and fold as shown in the video. You can make multiple Samosas like these. Then fry them in deep oil and cook until they become golden brown. Your Samosas are ready.

How to Serve Samosa

Samosa tastes great with dippy green chutney. It's also one of the most common ways to enjoy samosas. Samosas also taste good with tomato sauce, red garlic chutney, mango chutney, mint chutney, and cucumber mint raita.

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