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  1. For the dough, mix the flour, baking powder and yoghurt – adding the yoghurt gradually, as you may not need all of it
  2. Mix up until large clumps form, then bring together with your hands to form a big ball of dough
  3. Use pizza cutter provided to make correct sized bases that will fit into the machine 
  4. For the pizza sauce, mix the passata, garlic granules, onion granules, oregano, basil, salt, pepper, balsamic vinegar and sugar, then spread onto the pizzas
  5. Top with mozzarella and then decorate with toppings of your choice – see our video for some ideas!
  6. Use the pizza utensils to lift up the mini pizzas and place into the pizza maker – leave the pizza on the utensil so it is easy to remove afterwards!
  7. Cook for 10-15 minutes, until cheese is melted to your liking

Top Tips:

  • We haven’t specified quantities because it will all depend on how much leftovers you have!
  • You can put absolutely anything in these samosas – mash can go in them, other vegetables can go in too! Just make sure that everything is chopped to a similar size and they will be perfect
  • Why not try putting cranberry or apple sauce inside your samosas too instead of using them as a dip?
  • Make sure you cut your pastry so that it fits the samosa maker perfectly, as it can expand slightly when cooking
  • Don’t overfill your samosas or they won’t stick together! 
  • We found that shortcrust pastry worked best, but if you have time you could make traditional samosa dough. You can also use puff pastry, filo pastry or tortilla wraps!