Crisp Spring Wedding + Baked Samosas

As mentioned before, I love weddings! I just love everything about them - the food (of course I list this first), the happiness, how everyone dresses up - so I'm always excited about attending them. Luckily, I attended one last night and couldn't wait to go. It was a bit tricky deciding what to wear since it is Spring yet it's still quite cold out and it was unfortunately pouring all day and night yesterday so I had to nix my original plan on wearing my CLs. On the plus side, I got to take out my Burberry Billington Peplum Jacket to wear since it wasn't too cold last night and it was raining so hard. I'm also happy I finally got to wear my new ASOS dress that I've been holding on to for a special occasion. :) 

Dress: ASOS(old but similar here and here). Shoes: Enzo Angiolini 'Mistle' Pumps (old).
On another note, I'm very excited to share the below recipe for baked samosas, which I found on Mind Over Munch. Her recipes aren't always hits for me - I've had quite a few I wouldn't make again - but I have to say that all her wonton skin recipes are really delicious and are very low in calories. I love that they're all bite-sized so I can decide to have a few as a snack or a bunch as a meal. I've recently been on a crazy wonton skin recipe-making binge with her recipes because I've discovered wonton skins mold quite quickly (about a week max). I'm going to start by sharing this particular recipe but will be posting many more soon.

48 wonton wrappers
8 oz extra lean ground turkey breast
1/4 cup onion
1 cup mixed frozen veggies, cooked
1 tsp garlic
1/2 tsp cumin
1/2 tsp garam masala
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp coriander (ground)
1/4 tsp chili powder
2 tbsp egg white (for “egg wash”)

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. Cook onion and garlic in either oil or a little spray for 1-2 minutes. Add ground turkey breast and all seasonings.
3. Cook, stirring frequently until turkey is browned and cooked thoroughly.
4. Add cooked veggies to mixture and combine well.
5. Place about 1.5 tablespoons of mixture on 1 wonton wrapper.
6. Top with a second wonton wrapper, sealing the edges with a bit of water. Crimp the edges with a fork all the way around.
7. Place on baking sheet lined with foil and sprayed, brushing egg wash on each side.
8. Spray samosas with cooking spray.
9. Bake 8-12 minutes, until browned and crisp.

Yields 24 samosas.

Nutrition per samosa:
54 calories
8.6g carbs
0.25g fat
3.8g protein

Leaving you with the fortune cookie quote, "You do not pay the price of success, you enjoy the price of success."


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