Samosas, with Peanut Sauce; end of garden time — 5 Comments

  1. Hey Katie… I cooked your meatballs, tomatoes and egg Tagine recipe today… Who knew I had one all along (used it to carry cupcakes).
    I did my post today about it (with proper credit).
    Thanks for the wonderful recipe!

  2. Noooooooo!!! It’s not time for winter yet!! (I too have moved all tender perennials back indoors and am just about to go out to bring in the garden hose and turn off the outside water tap.)
    I love the sound of these samosas. So now I have a dilemma. Do we make Indian samosas (not usually that hot, actually) or do we make your ersatz samosas? What to do. What to do….

  3. Living in France, anything like this seems extra special. These look and sound delicious – will have to show the recipe to my husband who is so much more of the chef in this household! My mouth is still watering and added a new dimension to using a mouth-blown soldering torch in my jewellery workshop! Thanks, Gee.

  4. manningroad, I love it when things are both healthy and tasty!
    Year on the Grill, glad you liked it… and you found the proper use for your cupcake carrier!
    Elizabeth, sadly, yes, it’s time for winter… The good news is that means soups and stews. Make both kinds and do a taste test.
    Gee, It’s fun when one finds interesting things in the ‘International section’ Love your stuff – the compasses are gorgeous!