Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans is the perfect New Year eve dessert. Easy to assemble and absolutely heavenly to eat, these little parcels of delight will ensure your guests feel happy and oh so delighted! Easy and quick, you can either use pie pastry or ready made filo-sheets to make these chocolate samosa. I made these even more tempting by drizzling on a salted caramel sauce and some toasted pecans on them. Make these now. 

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

Resolutions are a funny thing. You think of them all year long, waiting for the correct time to renew your self made vows or start something afresh. Most of them time, these resolutions are a mere testament to what we think we lack in. People usually think of something that they should have done long back but still haven’t and make the resolution to finish that. They often remind us of our version of us that we long for, that we wish we were. Sadly, for me New year is often that time of the year. The time to rethink the year gone by and think about what I want from the next year. I am not much for making resolutions, but when it comes to work, I am all about planning. 

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

I also prefer planning nice dinner soirees, especially at this time of the year. With Christmas gone and 2017 almost here, we are in the midst of the best time of the year. Holidays definitely mean parties and get together with friends. And at our house we are extremely partial to make ahead food that we can serve to the guests without the hassle of actually cooking it or being slaves to the stove.

These chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans are simply the best way to ensure that you remain free to actually talk and mingle with your lovely guests.

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

I have made these earlier with pie dough. Remember the Best ever Pie Dough I shared with you sometime before I went off on my vacation? Well, that’s really the most straight forward and food proof pie crust recipe you will get.  It has never failed me yet. Check this out. 

The only pie crust you will ever need

But, there’s always some leftover pie dough that’s too less to actually made a pie. Solution?? These chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans. Well, actually you can stuff these little flaky crunchy parcels with anything you fancy, but given that its a celebratory occasion, in my world there is nothing better than chocolat. While pain au chocolat was the original plan, I somehow couldn’t manage time well enough that day and ended up making these. And let me reiterate. I am so NOT sorry!! These are epic!

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

One thing I did that definitely made these chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans totally droolworthy is use a very good quality of chocolate. I went with luxury Swiss chocolate for the stuffing here and boy was it worth it!! I am talking absolutely sinful folks. Swooning. Your guests will be asking for more of these before you even know they are over. And to make things even more party worthy, say hello to chocolate’s new best friend: salted caramel sauce!!! And making this even more decadent, toasted pecans! Halleluja!!  

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

And what really took this delicious serving of chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans over the top was this beautiful cake stand in hammered copper from Studio Coppre. Its one of my favorite brands to shop copper utensils from and has something for everyone. This however, has definitely become one of my favorites! 

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

Anyways, long story short, make these incredibly more-ish and oh so tempting chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans for the New Year eve’s party or for any soiree. heck, you don’t even need an occasion to make these. Just go ahead and treat yourself and your family to these anytime you want! Simple, elegant and extremely mouth watering, these chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans are a must make this holiday season.

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

Xo,
S.

Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans

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Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans
Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans is the perfect New Year eve dessert. Easy to assemble and absolutely heavenly to eat, these little parcels of delight will ensure your guests feel happy and that you are a hassle free hostess!
Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Passive Time 5 mins
Servings
pieces
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Passive Time 5 mins
Servings
pieces
Ingredients
Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans
Instructions
  1. The recipe itself is super easy. Start by getting phyllo sheets if you aren't too comfortable qith making your own dough or don't have the time. Lay down a piece of phyllo sheet. Just over the bottom corner of the sheet, place a cube of chocolate and a little chocolate chips. Now fold the other side over the chocolate. Fold the sheet into a triangular shape and seal the edges using a slurry made of flour and water (it should be thick and acts like glue).
  2. Now repeat for all 12 sheets or as many as needed. Using a pastry brush, lightly brush the samosa with some melted butter. Dont drench! Just brush lightly.
  3. Place them on a baking sheet and bake in a ore heated oven at 180C for 12-15 mins until golden brown. Remove, let cool for 5 mins before serving as the centre remains quite hot.
  4. Best served drizzled over with salted caramel sauce (i used Hershey's that day, but you can easily make your own if you have the time). Tpast some pecans, chop them and sprinkle over the samosa. Serve on a pretty platter and done!!
Recipe Notes
  • Resist the urge to stuff the sheets with chocolate as the phyllo sheet is very delicate and may tear. 
  • A little chocolate oozing out is normal. 
  • Keeps well covered in room temperature for a day. Microwave for 1 min before serving. 
  • Best served straight out of the oven! 
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