This week at our Kids Cooking Classes we were faced with our most technical baking challenge so far – creating some flavorsome samosas. The first steps in forming our vegetable samosas was to begin finely sieving the flour into our mixing bowls then, combining the water, egg and dry ingredients we began to weave the flour through the water using only our hands as utensils, eventually forming an elastic dough. Using our muscles we started to roll out our pastry dough into our desired thickness in preparation for the shape cutting stage. Once we had our shapes of dough cut and developed it was time to make a start on the delightful filling! Using a fork, we began to mash together some potatoes, garam masala and peas until the vegetables came together as a mixture (which took more elbow grease than we anticipated) check out our photos here. After all our hard work it was time to assemble our samosas by inserting the mashed vegetable mixture in the middle of the pastry, then delicately crimping the edges with our fingers to create the traditional samosa presentation – well done little chefs!