Sunday, October 16, 2011

Paneer Bhurji Samosa

We are starting today our 9th edition of Blogging marathon, a wonderful event started by Srivalli of Spicing Your Life, i'll be running for two weeks with two different themes, for the first week i have choosed  an incredible theme for this blogging marathon..'Dressing up leftover for kids' wat a theme na, suits well for me coz i never trash anything that much quickly and usually i turn them as a different dishes with those leftover foods..Since  this theme was to dress up leftovers for kids, this week gonna be something different from other week..I'll be posting kid's friendly dishes during this whole week of Blogging marathon..Check out the other bloggers running this blogging marathon here..

Here comes my first kid's friendly deep fried samosas with leftover paneer bhurji, i prepared this paneer bhurji saturday for our dinner to enjoy along with rotis, but finally there were some leftover paneer bhurji which i turned out as this super delicious samosas along with some cooked potatoes and chaat masala for making the filling eventhough paneer takes an important place in this filling..Needless to say this samosas was a big hit among the kids and they really enjoyed having this super crispy samosas with ketchup for their snacks.


2nos Potatoes (large & cooked)
1/2tsp Chaat masala
2cups All purpose flour
1/8tsp Baking soda
Salt

Sieve the flour,baking soda together and knead with enough water as a smooth and soft dough, cover the dough with a damp cloth for half an hour and keep aside..

Mix the paneer bhurji,cooked & mashed potatoes and chaat masala, mix everything well and keep aside

Make tiny balls from the dough, dust with  flour and roll them as circles, cut in the middle of the circles, make two demi cricles, just fold the sides to make a cone, now gently put some already paneer bhruji-potato mixture inside the cone, press the sides tightly until they gets sticks or use water to stick the edges..continue the process until the masala and dough get finished..

Heat enough oil for deepfrying, gently drop the samosas, fry until they turns golden brown,enjoy with ketchup or with a cup of tea..

38 comments:

  1. Looks very yummy Priya!!!!!want some:-)

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  2. Wow!,crisp and crunch Paneer Bhurji Samosa.Very Innovative and impressive recipe Dear.Luv it.

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  3. Nice dish Priya, good for kids and grownups both.

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  4. A delicious filling...Sure to be relished by all!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  5. Love samosa. Those sound great with paneer filling.

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  6. Wow,nice filling idea priya,craving for some now!

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  7. Your samosas looks delicious! I love samosas, could have it anytime of the day!

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  8. Nice way of using up left over Burji. Samosas look so inviting...

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  9. looks super yummy and delicious.....

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  10. That sure is a great idea for dressing up Paneer burji!

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  11. Really innovative! Who would have thought of presenting left over dishes in such glamorous new avatar? Hats off to you Priya!

    Rajani

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  12. very cool idea and looks crispy and delicious.

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  13. Yummy filling and craving for some now :)

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  14. Another nice recipe from you priya.Absolutely brilliant and mouthwatering dish.You got a great theme as well !

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  15. Nice and innovative idea,looks delicious,glad to follow you.

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  16. Yummy filling !! very tempting and delicious !!

    Ongoing Event - CC-Festive Foods

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  17. Real innovative idea, great snack..yum

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  18. Paneer and potato samosas - how much better can it get? Yumminess!

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  19. samosas look awesome... delicious filling...

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  20. not only kids, me too love this!!! Yummy!!!!

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  21. Delicious! I bet the kids will love these!

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  22. Excellent idea Priya...these samosas will surely be kids pleaser.

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  23. love the filling...
    looks delicious priya :)

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  24. wow delicious samosa,love the filling...so tempting.

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  25. i have tries puffs with bhurji, making samosas is a also a wonderful idea. perfect starter for a party

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  26. I would love to have it too priya..:)..looks great

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  27. What a wonderful filling Priya, looks superb.

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  28. very yum...i love trying different fillings for samosas...this surely makes the cut!

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  29. Paneer Samosa looks wicked good! I am in love!

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