As we wave goodbye to Summer, Holi, the Indian festival of colour, is the perfect remedy to shake off the blues and celebrate one of the world’s most energetic and vibrant festivals! Holi takes place on 19th March this year, and is set to be celebrated by many people around the world with dancing, singing, feasting and colourful street parties where revellers throw bright paints and powders. Below, well-known Indian chef, Anjum Anand, shares her favourite Samosa Holi recipe to help inject some colour into your cooking this Holi! This samosa recipe is simplified by using shop-bought filo pastry, which gives a light and crispy covering, rather than the heavier gram-flour dough traditionally used. The filling is delicious with a mixture of sweet, spicy, tart and buttery flavours in each mouthful. Indian tea-time snacks tend to be vegetarian, but we always have a batch of mini cocktail samosas made with minced lamb in the freezer for unexpected guests, to be served with drinks to.