Paneer Cheese Bread Samosa | Mini Bread Samosas | with step by step photos and video. A super crispy, tasty, and very delicious mini version of the classic samosa made using made using bread slices, cheese, paneer (cottage/ricotta cheese), and Indian spices. The bread slices are used as the outer covering instead of plain flour.
Basically the bread slices are rolled to thin sheet and used as samosa sheets which is later given with cone like samosa shape. Moreover, easy and quick hack compared to traditional samosa recipe.
What is Samosa?
A fried or baked pastry with a savoury filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, cheese, beef and other meats, or lentils. It may take different forms, including triangular, cone, or half-moon shapes, depending on the region.
What is a Bread Samosa?
They are nothing but ‘Samosa’s made using bread slices’. Believe it or not, they are quite popular Indian party snacks because they are so easy to make. Further, we make the same filling as we do for the regular samosa and then use the choice of method to cook them.
How to make Paneer Cheese Bread Samosa?
Paneer Cheese Bread Samosa | Mini Bread Samosas | with step by step photos and video. However this recipe is prepared with the left over sandwich slices and filled with paneer & cube cheese stuffing.
Typically bread slices are soft and porous which helps them to absorb oil or any liquid. However, in this recipe the bread slices are rolled and pressed very thin which helps them block the porous behaviour. In addition, the rolling would help to shape the samosa to a cone like shape. Furthermore, maida paste is used to seal the edges, basically a combination of all purpose flour and water.
Paneer Cheese Bread SamosaCourse: SnacksCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Easy
Paneer Cheese Bread Samosa | Mini Bread Samosas | with step by step photos and video. A super crispy, tasty, and very delicious mini version of the classic samosa made using made using bread slices, cheese, paneer (cottage/ricotta cheese), and Indian spices
5 bread slices
Oil for deep frying
- For Stuffing
3/4 cup Grated or Shredded Paneer
1/4 tsp Garam Masala
1/4 tsp Chilly Powder
A pinch of Turmeric Powder
1/4 tsp Salt
1/8 tsp (2 pinches) Fennel Powder
2 tsp chopped Coriander Leaves
10 Small Cube Sized Cheese
- For making maida paste
2 tsp maida
3 to 4 tsp water
- Firstly, let us prepare the stuffing. In a bowl add 3/4 cup of shredded or grated paneer, 1/4 tsp garam masala, 1/4 tsp chilly powder, a pinch of Turmeric Powder, 1/4 tsp salt and 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves. Mix this well using a spoon.
- To this mixture, add 2 pinches of fennel powder. Mix well & keep aside.
- Maida Paste
- In a bowl add 2 tsp maida and add 3 to4 tsp water little by little.
- Mix this to form a lump free paste. Keep it aside.
- Preparing Samosas
- Take the bread slice & remove the crust. Roll it out to a thin sheet using a rolling pin.
- Cut the sheet diagonally, forming 2 samosa sheets.
- Cut off the peak ends to flat edges. Now, apply maida paste to half of the bread slice.
- Fold and make a cone by pressing gently.
- Now stuff in a teaspoon of prepared stuffing, followed by a cube cheese and again prepared stuffing.
- Fold and secure the samosas.
- Heat oil in a kadai.
- Deep fry the samosas in batches. Fry over medium flame stirring occasionally until bread samosas turns golden brown.
- Finally, bread samosas are ready to be served along with tomato sauce.
- Make sure to seal off all the edges.
- Once oil is hot, keep the flame over low to medium for frying the samosas.