Meethe Samosa/Khoya Samosa Recipe

Recipe By Slurrp

Whether you can it samosa, sanbusaj, sambusak or by any other name, it is the essence of the dish that remains the same. The samosa is a crispy and flaky snack of India which interestingly, does not originate from the Indian land. The dish is made from a crispy exterior of maida and deep-fried with a stuffing of potatoes usually. The samosa reached the Indian sub-continent at a time when the Mughals were ruling us. From the Middle-East and places like Eygpt and Zanzibar, the dish moved to the Delhi Sultanate and got stuffed with meats and vegetables. Today, you have aloo samosa, paneer samosa, peas samosa, gobhi samosa, chicken samosa and what not. The samosa also finds mention in Ain-i-Akbari by Abu Fazl and as well as writings of other travellers. This is a sweet twist to the savoury samosa. Here is an easy and quick way of preparing a sweet samosa with refined flour & mawa to give your taste buds a distinct flavour. 

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Meethe Samosa/Khoya Samosa

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Ingredients for Meethe Samosa/Khoya Samosa Recipe

  • 1 Sugar bowl
  • 1 White flour bowl
  • 1 Mawa bowl
  • 4 tablespoon Ghee
  • As required Some dry fruits
  • As required Some Water

Directions: Meethe Samosa/khoya Samosa Recipe

Steps To Prepare

  • STEP 1.For the filling, make sure you have chopped nuts ready.

Cooking Directions

  • STEP 1.Add sugar in water and boil it to make sugar syrup.
  • STEP 2.Take out some sugar water, add chopped dry fruits and take white flour in a bowl.
  • STEP 3.Add ghee, water and make a dough.
  • STEP 4.Add mawa in a pan and roast it.
  • STEP 5.Make small balls and cut flattened bread. Deep fry until golden brown.
  • STEP 6.Dunk this into your samosa sheets and deep-fry them.
  • STEP 7.Sprinkle some chopped nuts and serve.

Storage And Serving Method

  • STEP 1.Dip the samosas in sugar syrup and coat them with some varq before serving.
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    Recipe By Slurrp