This week, we are moving the last bit from our condo to the new house. Things are all over the place, so I usually like to do all the prep work as much as I can when I get a chance to be in the kitchen. With this meal, it might look like a lot of work, but it was a lot easier than it looks. I made the filling and chopped the vegetables for the soup in advance. I placed them in the refrigerator and when it was time to eat, I just preheated the oven and started wrapping the samosas. By the time I was done, the oven was ready for me to pop them in. While I was waiting, I just cooked the soup. Dinner was ready in 20 minutes.
- These samosas are also great as finger foods for any holiday get together.
- You can make them even smaller if you cut the phyllo into thinner strips.
- When you prepare the kale, save the baby leaves for the salad in the next meal.