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Baked Aloo Samosa – Low calorie

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Every time it rains, I crave for samosa accompanied by a strong Indian tea but It’s not raining here and I don’t need an excuse to enjoy yummy baked aloo samosa 🙂

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There are many versions of samosa, it can be vegetarian, none vegetarian, and it can also be sweet.

Yes! Sweet samosas do exist and they’re usually stuffed with dried fruit, shredded coconut, and some sweet spices like cardamom, but I’ll leave that for another post.

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These baked samosas are delicious but of course tastes a little different from the fried ones, that doesn’t mean you won’t enjoy the flavor.

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If you’re eating healthy and looking after your weight, you have to understand that potatoes are not your enemy.

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Potatoes are healthy vegetables and can aid in losing weight, by suppressing your appetite for longer time. Not only that, but potatoes have many nutrients. If you still have bad thoughts about potatoes please read this:

One medium potato (5.3 oz) with the skin contains:

  • 45 percent of the daily value for vitamin C
  • More potassium (620 mg) than even bananas, spinach, or broccoli
  • 10 percent of the daily value of B6
  • Trace amounts of thiamine, riboflavin, folate, magnesium, phosphorous, iron, and zinc

…and all this for just 110 calories and no fat, sodium or cholesterol.

This information and more can be found at Potato Goodness, I hope you change your mind about this healthy vegetable.

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 Baked Aloo Samosa Video.

Try my Punjabi Aloo Samosa Recipe.



  1. I LOVE samosa! My friend makes really delicious samosa and I’m lucky to be able to eat it sometimes. Baked version is a lot healthier. As always I love your video!

  2. Oh yumm! Ilove samosas and I was always thinking if I am going to make them I would bake 🙂 thanks for the recipe 🙂

  3. These samosa are perfectly healthy and tasty, Muna.

  4. Love love loving these guilt free version

  5. I love samosas! And these look delicious Muna. 🙂

  6. Like your bake version of samosa, healthy and sound good!

  7. These sound wonderful and you’re right about potatoes, they’ve gotten a really bad rap haven’t they!

  8. I love samosas! I like that you went with a healthy version, you don’t often see that. I’d be interested in reading about sweet samosas too, because I’m not familiar with them.

    • Arinacooking

      Thanks Shareba, I’m planning to convert more Indian food to low calorie since I adore Indian cuisine 🙂

  9. Oh…my favourite Indian dish…Low calorie – yay!

  10. OMGoodness how do I love samosas and always meant to bake them, but never did. It looks incredible and I could snack on it all day long!

  11. What is the sauce you’re dipping it in? It looks like ketchup but I wasn’t sure. would love to know

  12. Hi Muna,
    I have tried your samosa recipe, I love it..thank you so much for sharing this healthy baked version. I will make this samosa again next time.
    I have posted the recipe on my blog which is using Indonesian language, who knows you will come visit someday. I have mention the source of the recipe and link back to Arina Cooking.
    I really love your blog, I have bookmarked your other recipes, hopefully I will try next recipe in the short time.
    Thanks again Muna, it is really pleasure to know you.

    • Arinacooking

      Hi Monica,
      I’m so glad you liked my recipe and blog, I’ve visited your blog and I have to say that your food looks amazing. I will for sure try your recipes in the near future 🙂