Qeema Samosa

How to make Qeema Samosa

Samosa with mince filling, easy to make with ready made samosa pati. My favorite snack with evening tea, I usually make and freeze them so easy to have something in hand for guests.

Serving= makes about 50-55 small Samosas

Ingredients,

For mince filling
  • lamb/goat/beef    mince   1 kg
  • ginger garlic paste   3 tbsp
  • green chili chopped   4 tbsp (use less if you want less spicy)
  • salt  1-1/2  tsp
  • red chili powder  1 tbsp
  • whole cumin  1 tbsp
  • garam masala powder   1 tbsp
  • fresh coriander  1/4 bunch
  • fresh mint   20-25 leaves
  • onion  2 big
  • lemon juice   6-7 tbsp
Other ingredients,
  • Samosa pati   1 packet
  • flour  1/4 cup

Directions,

1. Take 2 onions, chop them fine in a chopper...add 4 tbsp lemon juice, mix and leave for 10-15 minutes.
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1. Take 2 onions, chop them fine in a chopper…add 4 tbsp lemon juice, mix and leave for 10-15 minutes.
1. Add mince in a wok with ginger garlic paste. On high heat stir and cook it .
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2 . Add mince in a wok with ginger garlic paste.
On high heat stir and cook it .
2. Add green chili finely chopped...stir until all extra juices from meat evaporates, and you see oil with sides of pan.
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3. Add green chili finely chopped…stir until all extra juices from meat evaporates, and you see oil with sides of pan. This will take almost 10-15 minutes.
3. Put mince in a strainer ,throw all extra oil from meat. It will make it healthy and dry for samosa filling.
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4. Put mince in a strainer ,throw all extra oil from meat.
It will make it healthy and dry for samosa filling.
4 . Add salt, red chili powder, garam masala powder, whole cumin and 4 tbsp lemon juice...mix well
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5 . Put dry mince again in wok. Add salt, red chili powder, garam masala powder, whole cumin and 4 tbsp lemon juice…mix well. leave it on slow heat with lid for 10 minutes.
6. Now add chopped onion, and chopped coriander and mint. stir and cook for five minutes.
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6. Now add chopped onion, and chopped coriander and mint. stir and cook for five minutes.
7. Turn off the heat, let it completely cool.
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7. Turn off the heat, let it completely cool.
mix 1/4 cup flour in some water, make thick paste...this will act as glue in our samosa pati.
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8. mix 1/4 cup flour in some water, make thick paste…this will act as glue in our samosa pati.
9. Take samosa pati.
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9. Take samosa pati.
10. Fold it ,make cone shape, fill with 1 tbsp mince.
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10. Fold it ,make cone shape, fill with 1 tbsp mince.
11. Apply some flour paste on edges...fold and seal it nicely.
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11. Apply some flour paste on edges…fold and seal it nicely.
12. Repeat with all ..
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12. Repeat with all .. now freeze them if you like or cook them.
13. Fry them.
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13. Fry them.
serve hot with yogurt dip
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serve hot with yogurt dip
Qeema Samosa
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Qeema Samosa

 

 

 

 

 

28 Comments

  1. jabeen akhtar

    jazak aĺahu khair.awesome recipe.

  2. Awesome receipt.

  3. Lovely recipe..one question – when I freeze my somasa they generally stick to each other and break eventually…is there a better way of freezing these

  4. nice recipes jazakallahu kaira

  5. Hi Annie. Please tell me shall i add some oil as well while cooking qeema or we just have to cook it in its own water?

    • Aini Amin

      hi misram 🙂 …. I used mince with fat that leave its own oil thats why i didn’t use oil…but if you are using fat free mince then use some oil .

  6. Can you please let me know if we need to wash the mince?

    • yes you can was it in curry and stir fry type recipes …. but never wash it in sheesh kebab/ kebabs recipes

  7. Assalamalikum Annie
    Hope u are doing good your recipes are too good .JazakAllah khair and i wanted to ask you something since you do a lot of cooking, is apple cider vinegar halal if yes then which is the good one .

  8. Assalamu alaikum. May i know how can i make samosa pati.

  9. Hi. A curious question!
    Why do u add lemon with chopped onions in recipes?

    • Aini Amin

      Hello asiya … some times onions has strong flavour which you don’t like so when we add lemon it reduces that harsh flavour and onions taste good.

  10. Asalaamu Alaikum, can you please tell me which samosa pati you use? I’ve never found a good one and in England we dont have much choice!! JazaakAllah

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