Jul 18, 2012

Cheesy Spicy Onion Samosa

Today I post “Cheesy Spicy Onion Samosa”…. Under this recipe, I was used cheese, onion and pepper instead regular stuffing…. we all know kids love cheese and samosa both….so I had used both together under on-going theme Kids delights for warm food. Hope everyone love this version Spl kids….. And will be trying in their kitchen. for more detail you can visit another samosa recipe "Mattar Samosa"
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For crust
2 cup refined flour (maida)
1 tsp. carom seed (ajwain)
Salt to taste
1 tbsp. pure desi ghee (for crispiness)
Water for dough
For filling
2 medium sized onions (chopped)
100gm Cottage cheese (paneer)
1 cube of Pizza cheese
2 green chili pepper chopped
1 tsp. cooking oil
Salt to taste
1 tsp. coriander powder
1/4 tsp. red chillies powder
1/4 tsp. garam masala powder
A pinch of black pepper powder
Oil for deep frying
For crust
In bowl add flour, salt, carom seeds and ghee and mix well with figure tips. Now add enough water slowly for tight dough like for kachori and samosa. Keep covered under a wet cloth for at least half an hour.
For filling
Heat the pan on medium flame and add cooking oil in it. Add chopped onions and green chillies and sauté for 5 minutes. Now add spices and paneer, mix well and keep aside for cool. When mixture comes at room temperature, add grated cheese and mix well.
For preparation
Divide the dough into small sized balls and roll out one of them. Cut in the centre to get two pieces. Make cones from the pieces using few drops of water to seal the corners. Stuff the cheese filling and press the corners to seal the samosa. Repeat for rest of the dough and stuffing. Heat oil and deep fry the samosa on medium flame till golden brown and crisp. Drain the excess oil on a tissue paper and serve hot with green chutney or sauce and garnish with extra grated cheese…
For more detail and techniques Visit @ Mattar Samosa in Preeti's Kitchen Life
Submit this recipe with following events:
Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#18

Sending this to Pradnya who is hosting Kid's Delight, themed on Warm foods to beat the rain!

Street Food event hosted by Chef al Dente



  1. looks yummy.....nice clicks :)

  2. these look fabulous....what a novel idea!!

  3. Samosas look crispy and are mouthwatering

  4. omg, samosas look delish, i use the almost similar mixture to make baked veg puffs :) but gooey-cheesey samosas r yum!
    following u now preeti :) btw, do u live in US by any chance? if so, where?

  5. Wow.. Cheesy samosas sound delicious. Nice clicks.

  6. Wow! Super tempting!!


  7. Those are tasteful photographs.

  8. Looks very nice..those toys are looking cute

  9. Super tempting samosa,love that stuffing.

  10. a hot fav with the kids!..lovely samosas..even the adults cant resist these.

  11. totally drooling here Preeti.. its raining here, and please do send me that yummy platter !
    lovely cozy pics too :)

    Sizzling Tastebuds
    Hosting Walk Through Memory Lane – July 2012

  12. Love the idea of cheese filled samosa. I've been wanting to make samosa at home, would have been nice to see step by step pictures of making the samosa. Would you care to update it the next time you make samosa? I love the cheese drizzled samosa....lovely presentation.

  13. Looks so crispy and love the cheese in the filling...

  14. love the presentation with cheese strings all over!!

  15. Nice yummy recipe :)
    I have announced a very interesting recipe contest (Hubby’s Delight contest) in my website : http://www.cookitupwithlove.com/p/contests-and-giveaways.html
    The winners of the contest will receive e-gift coupons from flipkart.com
    Looking forward to your participation..Thanks :) )

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  17. Thanks Preeti for that stunning array of entries!


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