These little guys are a healthy take on an Indian street food. Normally samosas are a pastry that is filled with ground meat, vegetables, or a combination of both. Usually they are fried and then served with chutney for dipping. I found a healthier version of this that uses wonton wrappers in place of the dough. Then I bake them instead of frying them.
I bought the cookbook these came from shortly after I got married, over 11 years ago. I made them quite often at first, and then forgot about them until recently. I am reminded why we always had them in the freezer before, and they will become a staple again. They are a little work to make, mainly just tedious. You have to fill the wonton wrappers, and then seal them. Considering each wonton wrapper can only hold about a tablespoon of filling, it can take awhile. But, they freezer perfectly. So you can do all the work over the weekend, and then have these in the freezer for whenever you need them.
We like to have them as dinner with a salad or other sides. But they would make a great party appetizer. My son and husband like to dip these in ranch. From the searching I did, a tomato chutney was a popular dip of choice. To freeze them, I just fill them, put on a baking sheet, and place in the freezer. Once they are frozen, I place them in a freezer safe resealable bag. Then when I want to make them, I take them about about 15 minutes prior to baking. You could also fry instead of baking these, if you wanted.