There are certain food like samosas that I am always happy to eat. They’re one of my favourite starters when I go to an Indian restaurant and I always choose the vegetarian ones. I love the combination of pastry, potato and spiciness, so no, you are not likely to ever catch me going on a low carb diet. These samosas are a little different in that they use filo pastry rather than traditional samosa pastry. They also turned out rather large. When I began making them, I was expecting them to be like little nibbles but I would almost call these pasties. My husband and I ate two each for dinner, along with some salad and we were full! Luckily, the leftovers keep well in the fridge and if you heat them up in the oven the next day the pastry goes all lovely and crispy again and they are almost as good as when freshly made. Just don’t heat them in the microwave. I’ve warned you. The recipe below will give far too much filling but don’t worry, it’s delicious as a side dish and can also be kept in the fridge and reheated.