Punjabi Samosa (Mouthwatering Indian Appetizer, Homemade) Recipe by Manjula

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  1. Thanks aunty I'm a big fan of all your recipe. You are so precise and clear always.your videos inspired me to make my own and share my recipe with others too. Thanks for all you do. Stay blessed and stay safe 🙏😇❣️

  2. My Journey with Alex…
    Many of you have asked me about the man behind-the-scenes of Manjula's Kitchen…Well as many of you know, that person is my husband Sikander aka Alex. Alex is responsible for me being in the spotlight of Manjula's Kitchen, while he prefers to stay in the background. The simple truth is my YouTube channel exists only because of his hard work and dedication. He introduced me to this new concept for me at the time, YouTube. Alex takes the lead on all of the hard work these videos take, from the editing to ensuring the recipes meet his quality control (i.e. taste testing!) Every recipe has to meet Alex's high standards for being posted. Alex feels so proud when reading the comments on my posts and always tells me that he is my biggest fan. With a huge smile on his face, he will tell me your fans don't know that the biggest fan of yours is standing right next to you!

    Alex and I have spent over 50 memorable years together and of course with that comes ups and downs. Sometimes it feels like Alex and I still don't know everything about each other, and I think that is a good thing! We still love to learn new things about each other. Every day is unique with different challenges. During another lifetime, we ran a business together. For 20 years, we worked in an office together, sitting side by side. It was nice that we got to spend so much quality time together. Now as we enter our golden years, we still enjoy working together, even though we are partially retired. We both work from home and can still enjoy sitting side by side! I cherish the fact that we are never alone.

    Our marriage was an arranged marriage. In today’s times, I recognize that it sounds really outdated. However, ours was an arranged marriage with a happy ending. Alex was my father’s choice. At their first meeting, my father was extremely impressed with him. They first met Alex for about an hour, but it felt like they knew him for a lifetime. My father described him to me with great detail. I was amazed my father could pick up so much on someone he just met! What stuck with me is my father finished by emphasizing that Alex would love and respect me and that because we shared the same values I would be proud of the person I was when with him.

    My father invited Alex and his family for afternoon tea so that I could meet him myself. I was so curious to see what my father had seen in Alex. I knew that Alex had already decided to marry me and told his father that he was already in love with me. Alex had been working abroad in the U.S. and at this time and was in India visiting his family and to get married. We had just one month before he had to go back to the U.S. for his work. It happened so quickly. We got married within the week. It was at that point it hit me. I would have to move to the U.S. too. My mother was not happy with this situation and was upset at my father. Of course, she didn't want her daughter to move so far away. I was very confused, but I knew my father he will not take such a big step unless he was sure it was absolutely the right decision.

    We got married and moved to the U.S. and settled into a brand new way of life. It took some time to get used to a new country, a new language, and most importantly new food. But it was a life we enjoyed discovering together. When my parents visited us in the U.S. the first time, my mother and Alex spent a lot of time together. The immediately formed a great bond, becoming best friends. My parents noticed just how much Alex cared for me and how happy we were together. They would say Alex would light up when I was near him.

    Alex really enjoys pampering me. The gestures were small, but with great care. Alex happily makes me the best cups of hot tea and always with a smile. In fact, I can't remember the last time I made tea for myself. He always makes sure I take care of myself, leaving my daily vitamins/medicines and water on the kitchen table to make sure I don't forget. Then there are those times he can sense I need a break and I will see a fresh hot grilled cheese sandwich waiting for me. Everyone (especially our grandkids!) in our family has decided that Alex makes the "world's best" tea and grilled cheese sandwiches.

    Of course, we have our share of disagreements and arguments, as every couple does. Alex is not one to say sorry very easily so most of the time I'll give in and say sorry. The next day I will see a beautiful bouquet of colorful flowers waiting for me and all is well again. I suppose that is how a good marriage works – you know when to give in. I can say with confidence that my father chose correctly for me and I married a man who truly takes care of me. We've made a good life for ourselves, with our two sons and their lovely families. More on them later… Stay safe & healthy everyone!

  3. Hi madam. I do really like indian foods, but here in the philippines there no spices (powders) like yours. There is some. And i do really like watching your videos its because its very understable your english accent. I love you madam❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  4. Hello Manjula mam, I am used to watching your videos since I started my family about twelve years ago. Your videos have a sense of calmness and very detailed explanations. Keep continuing your good work.
    As of this video we can add ajwain to the flour to make dough. It gives extra taste

  5. Hi there, you are an inspiration for me. I always watch your all videos and you are best in cooking after looking your videos I try to make my youtube channel called Cook with Jasleen, I hope my channels will also grow like yours, I need your blessings , Thanks

  6. We should all have such a Grandma 👵

    The amchoor makes a great difference and I learned something new with the lemon juice.

    Thank you Manjula and keep yourself well, best wishes from a long-time subscriber 🙏🏼

  7. Samosa fan here Manjula, I love them I'm so glad you showed a lot easy way to do the cone, as this part is normally tricky, now I can't wait to make these delicious samosa Thank you, so much for sharing stay safe Manjula, 🙂

  8. I love samosas when I go to Indian restaurants. I am going to make this with my family on our Zoom video this week. We were we are all in different parts of the country but we visit together. Thank you so much.

  9. I love ur recipes mam. I made moong dal kachoris for the first time few years back immediately after watching ur recipe and they came out so perfectly. Please keep posting often.

  10. I love you, Manjula. I have watched your videos from the very beginning and have probably seen all of them at least once, and others more than once. I love how much at ease you are in front of the camera. You have gotten so much more confident in your videos. I wonder if that is true in other aspects of your life?

  11. I really love your channel! I come from Germany and love the indian cuisine, always trying to learn more about it. Since I found your channel I'm trying even more new dishes. It's like having an indian aunt or mum who explains nicely to me how to cook everything. I just wish I could taste everything right after finishing the videos! 😀 Keep up the great work

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