We wouldn't consider this an alternative to mutton, but a classic samoosa (samosa) nonetheless. The chicken mince braised in aromatic spices then tossed in shards of fresh onion and coriander deserves its own glory incomparable to any other meat.
Samoosas are by nature very delicate so please follow preparation method carefully.
1. Bring oil to medium heat (not too hot otherwise you risk scorching the product on the outside, with the inside still frozen. You'de rather start frying in colder oil and gradually bring the heat the heat up.
2. From frozen, add samoosas to oil. Be cautious here as the oil may splash back given the temperature difference between the oil and samoosa.
3. Make sure samoosas are fully submerged in oil to ensure even cooking.
4. Allow to fry until samoosas are golden brown and crisp. Never leave unattended
5. Drain samoosas on a kitchen towel to absorb excess oil.
6. Serve immediately
7. Left over samoosas will soften and can be reheated using an oven. leave in oven until crisp again. Keep checking, never leave them unattended.
8. You may air fry samoosas and even oven bake for a healthier option.