Mince Samosa Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Mince Samosa Recipe

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Mince Samosa | Keema Samosa || How to Make Mince Samosa with step-by-step photos

Mince samosa is known as a traditional food additionally is a flaky and crispy snack they are stuffed with mince, vegetables and potato very yummy and delicious which is popular almost all over the world, is served with sauces and tomato ketchup as an evening snack and to the guest 
Also will tell two types of samosa making, one of dough and 2nd from samosa sheet
                 
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Samosa has various kinds and tastes. here I am using beef mince to prepare mince samosa, you can use anything that you want a vegetable, egg or chicken meat, etc

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Heat the oil in a pan, add ginger garlic paste saute for a minute on medium flame, Then add mince stir it till water dries up from the keema(mince), Now add spices along with a few drops of warm water, cook the mince on medium-low flame

             
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Once keema(mince) is properly cooked then add chopped green masalas. Stir them on high flame until oil is separated and set aside..
         
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Take a large bowl put all-purpose flour to sift and add all ingredients mix them well together until turn to crumble foam knead by adding water little by little
                
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Note: don't should be a too hard or too soft dough. cover it with plastic cling, and keep aside for resting for about 20 minutes


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Take out the dough from the bowl and punch it down for around 1 minute, Make 4 balls (paira) or divide into 4 pieces with a pizza cutter or dough cutter
Use a little water to make a thick paste of 2 tbsp maida and keep aside, Make thin round chapatis of the ball cut from the center 

Now work with a half circle at a time, apply the water around the edges using a brush or fingertips, Now fold it in half as shown. Make a cone shape by folding again the reminding half by overlapping slightly pressing it and sealing that part properly, You can see the cone shape is ready. 

Put the two or three spoonfuls of stuffing in it don’t overstuff. Apply the water to the inside edges of the cone and press it to seal properly. Repeat the same shaping process for rest. Keep the shaped one covered with a kitchen towel so that they don’t dry out....The below figure will help you to make a samosa shape           
    

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Note: also you can use (Manda patti) samosa sheet. can be bought easily from any Asian store and if you are living in Pakistan/India/Bangladesh then it can be bought from any sweet shop or confectionery. 
Now make samosa shapes to follow the below figures whether you are using dough for samosa Patti. stuff each samosa with samosa filling and seal edges with the flour paste 
                      
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Make samosas of the balance chapatis in the above manner. 
Follow the below picture to make samosas from the samosa sheet                


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Place the deep frying pan. heat oil and deep fry samosa until nicely golden brown color



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Drain them out from the oil and shift to the kitchen towel for removing excess oil      

                       

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Now ready to serve with hot chili sauceketchupgreen sauce              


                                          
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Samosa is known as a traditional food additionally is a flaky and crispy snack they are stuffed with mince, vegetables, and potato 

Ingredients:
  1. 250g,mince chicken,mutton,beef,lamb    
  2. 1 medium-sized, onion finely chopped
  3. 3 cloves, of garlic, freshly crushed
  4. ½ piece, ginger finely chopped                 
  5. I tsp, coriander leaves finely chopped
  6. ½ tsp, mint leaves finely chopped
  7. 2-3, green chilies finely chopped
  8. ½ tsp, whole spices Masala    
  9. ¼ piece, of ginger  freshly grated  
  10. ½ tsp, red crushed chili                                   
  11. ¼ tsp, turmeric powder                                   
  12. Salt to taste   
  13. I tsp, black Peppercorn freshly crushed   
  14. As required Oil/ghee for frying
For Dough:
  1. 2 cups or 225g, of all-purpose flour                                     
  2. ½ tsp, ajwain seed           
  3. Salt to taste
  4. 1 tbsp, ghee
  5. 1/6 cup, of water                                    
How to make the Minced Samosa?
  1. To prepare this recipe first we heat the oil in a pan
  2. Add ginger-garlic paste and saute for a minute on medium flame 
  3. Then add mince and stir it till water dries up from the keema(mince)
  4. Now add red chili, turmeric powder, black peppercorn, salt, and cumin seeds along with a few drops of warm water 
  5. Cook the mince on medium-low flame 
  6. Once keema(mince) is properly cooked then add chopped onion, coriander leaves, green chilies grated ginger 
  7. Stir them on high flame until oil separated and set aside.
  8. Take a large bowl and put all-purpose flour to sift 
  9. Add salt some cumin seed, and 1 tsp ghee mix them well until turn to crumble foam knead by adding water little by little
  10. Don't should be a too hard or too soft dough. cover it with plastic cling 
  11. Keep aside for resting about 20 minutes
  12. Take out the dough from the bowl and punch it down around 1 minute
  13. Make 4 balls (paira) or divide them into 4 pieces with a pizza cutter or dough cutter
  14. Use a little water to make a thick paste of 2 tbsp maida and keep aside
  15. Make thin round chapatis of the ball
  16. cut from the center 
  17. Now work with a half circle at a time
  18. apply the water around the edges using a brush or fingertips
  19. Now fold it in half as shown
    Make a cone shape by folding again the remaining half by overlapping slightly pressing it and sealing that part properly
  20. You can see the cone shape is ready
    Put the two or three spoonfuls of stuffing in it don’t overstuff
    Apply the water to the inside edges of the cone and press it to seal properly
  21. Repeat the same shaping process for rest. Keep the shaped one covered with a kitchen towel so that they don’t dry out....
  22. The below figure will help you to make a samosa shape 
  23. Place the deep frying pan. heat oil and deep fry samosa until nicely golden brown color
  24. Drain them out from the oil and shift to the kitchen towel for removing excess oil    
  25. Now ready to serve with hot chili sauceketchupgreen sauce              
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