Prepare all the ingredients for the dough: flour, egg, natural yogurt without additives, olive oil, baking powder, water with salt dissolved in it.
Flour is different for everyone, so sift first 400 grams of flour, add the remaining ingredients and start kneading the dough. Add the remaining flour in the process of kneading the dough. You may need a little more or a little less flour.
Knead a soft, non-sticky dough. In consistency, it should be like an earlobe, quite soft.
Cover the dough and let it rest for 30 minutes.
For the filling, I took minced beef with the addition of fat. You can take any minced meat to your liking.
Add the minced onion and spices to the minced meat and mix well. Onion is quite a lot, but it will give juiciness to the filling.
Divide the rested dough into 6 equal parts.
Be sure to cover the dough while working with it, so that it does not dry out.
While working with the dough, we dust the work surface with flour.
Take 1 blank, roll it out, then just gently stretch with your hands. The dough is very pliable and stretches well.
The thickness will turn out like a sheet of paper.
A little dust the dough with flour. Wind it on a rolling pin, leaving 2 cm of the edge free and slightly squeeze the edges to get an accordion.
Unroll the dough from the rolling pin. We have this "pleating" the dough.
Spread 4 tablespoons of minced meat on the dough at a distance from each other.
From one billet you will get 4 samosas. That is, I will have 24 "Birds of happiness" in total.
You can make 4-6 samosas from 1 blank, this is already at your request. That is, the finished products are obtained 24-36 PCs.
Cover the minced meat with dough.
With your fingers, collect the dough between the laid mince and gently tear the products from each other.
These are the birds with noses and tails we got.
Spread the samosa on a baking sheet, brush with egg mixed with milk and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
Bake samsa in the oven, preheated to 190 ° C for 25-30 minutes. Focus on the color of samosa and the features of your oven.
Ready samsa "Birds of happiness" spread on a dish and treat guests.