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Mutton Mince Samoosa Filling

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Mutton Mince Samoosa Filling.  This is for sure the best mince samoosa filling recipe

What is a Samosa

A samoosa, also known as samosa, is a savory pastry snack stuffed with a range of fillings from lightly curried lamb or chicken mince to potato and sweetcorn. Samoosas are a popular snack in South Africa and are usually smaller in size than samoosas (samosas) elsewhere in the world.
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Samoosa filling and samoosa Pur

Mutton Mince Samoosa Filling

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  • Author: EsmeSalon.com
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Folding Pur Time: 1 hours
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 35 minutes
  • Yield: Approximately 60 (depending on size) 1x
  • Category: Recipes
  • Cuisine: South Asian

Description

This is the best mince samoosa filling recipe ever – you will not need to look for another recipe in future!


Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. Add oil in a pot.
  2. Add mince, salt, spices, ginger, and garlic paste.
  3. Cook for 15 minutes.
  4. Add onion and green chilies.
  5. Cook for 5 more minutes.
  6. Remove from stove.
  7. Allow cooling.
  8. Then mix in dhania (cilantro).
  9. Fill your pur.
  10. Follow the recipe for Pur


Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 2
  • Calories: 98
  • Sugar: 1
  • Sodium: 53
  • Fat: 6
  • Saturated Fat: 2
  • Unsaturated Fat: 3
  • Trans Fat: 0
  • Carbohydrates: 1
  • Fiber: 0
  • Protein: 9
  • Cholesterol: 30
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Which country invented samosa?

The samosa originated in the Middle East and Central Asia. It then spread to Africa, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and elsewhere. The term samosa and its variants cover a family of pastries and dumplings popular from northeastern Africa to western China.
 

Why is Samosa Triangle?

It is the most popular South Asian snack in North America. The word comes from the Persian word ‘sambusa’ which means triangle, due to its shape. The great Mughals brought it with them, like so many other cultures, cuisine, and refinements. Generally, Samosa is triangular in shape.

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8 thoughts on “Mutton Mince Samoosa Filling”

  1. I absolutely adore Samosa, one of my favourite starters when ordering out. I had never considered making my own though, just thought I would never be able to make them as well but I love this recipe! #SeniorSalon

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  2. I spotted this on Esme Instagram so came for a closer look. The history of samosa is interesting and I am going to Google some of the obscure names of spices to see if we have them in UK by a different name.

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    • Thank you Ellen for popping over and checking this out – so happy to see that you came over from IG to see what’s going on. This shows to me that some traffic coming from IG. Thanks again and I did respond to your query regarding the obscure names of spices on IG.

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    • Hi Gloria. It’s always very interesting to me to do some research and find out new information regarding a recipe. Some are familiar it me and others not so much. I am happy to hear that you found this interesting. Hope you will also give the recipe a go and let me know how it turned out.

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