Tandoori paneer bread samosa recipe is super easy to make and very delicious. These kinds of snacks like samosa, pakora, and other street snacks are super delicious, crispy and mind-blowing. So, be ready because today we are making a crispy & tasty Festival Party Starter Tandoori Paneer Bread Samosa recipe starter at home.

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What Is Meant By Tandoori Paneer Bread Samosa Recipe?

Hmm, you may assume that these are new versions of samosas, and believe me these samosas exist because they are super simple to make. In this bread samosa recipe, we used bread slices to make bread samosas as the name also shown.

These are very popular in India and people loved to see parties, get together and friends party. We just change bread in place of samosa slices and filling the same as we use in normal samosa.

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The easy thing in this samosa recipe is that we don’t bother to make dough for samosa and then we make slices. That’s the easy thing I like about this recipe. And believe me all the age groups like very much these bread samosas. My brothers loved these samosas.

Perfect Snack If You Are In a Hurry Or Have No Time.

If you are in a hurry and have no time, and if you do not want to knead the dough for these samosas, you can easily prepare them using bread. It’s quick and easy and they come out with a super crisp flavor, believe me, food folks.

You can even bake them or air fry them, I prefer air frying them. For a perfect combination Pair them up with some chutneys, ketchup, or schezwan sauce. The samosa filling is super quick to make as well, if you have boiled potatoes it would take you a few minutes to make bread samosas.

Some Tips For Perfect Tandoori Paneer Bread Samosa.

  • First of all, make sure to use high-quality any branded bread for this samosa recipe. And also make sure to roll this bread very thin.
  • While rolling the bread some time bread got damage, then you can patch it by using a few drops of water, or if you are not comfortable with this damaged bread. Then you can use a new one, as you want.
  • Deep fry these samosas in hot oil, I mean just drop samosa in hot oil and cook them into medium heat.

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Try this recipe while you are in a lockdown and craving for some samosas. Stay home stay safe and eat something spicy and delicious!

Believe me, this tandoori bread samosa just made your day superb, and if you are trying this samosa snack with your friends on a rainy day, believe me, this is just a lethal combination.

You just follow all these steps are given below and the results are amazing and you really loved it. Peace and enjoy.


Prepare time: 18-20 min      Cook: 15-20 min      Ready in 35-40 min  


Ingredients For Samosa Filling:

  • Paneer 400 gm.
  • Fresh mint leaves 1 tbsp.
  • Fresh coriander leaves a handful.

Powdered Spices That We Need:

  • Coriander powder 1 tbsp.
  • Red chili powder 1 tbsp.
  • Jeera(Cumin) powder 1 tsp.
  • Amchur powder 1 tsp.
  • Black salt ½ tsp.
  • Garam masala(Hot Spice) 1 tsp.
  • Kasuri methi 1 tsp.
  • Green chilies 2-3 nos. (chopped).
  • Ginger garlic paste 1 tbsp.
  • Live charcoal + ghee.
  • Salt to taste.

Directions:

  1. First of all, add all ingredients one by one in a food processing jar and grind these ingredients coarsely to make filling for bread samosas.
  2. Now smoke the mixture by placing live charcoal in the center and pouring oil/ghee over the burning charcoal for a smoky flavor, make sure to place live charcoal at the center.
  3. Then cover it and let it smoke for 2-3 minutes to impart the smoky flavor and you can use any wok to give smoky flavor.
  4. Finally, Your tandoori filling is ready to be used for samosas.

Ingredients For Making Tandoori paneer Bread Samosa:

  • Bread slices as required.
  • Tandoori paneer filling.
  • Oil for frying.

Directions:

  1. The very first step is, flatten the bread slices thin with a rolling pin on a thin sheet.
  2. Now cut/trim off the sides and corner, and divide the bread slice into two equal halves diagonally.
  3. Then apply water on the trim edge & bring the corners together to make a perfect cone.
  4. Now press the side/edges together to seal the cone.
  5. Make sure to pinch the top properly/nicely to seal the cone.
  6. After that Now we fill the filling into the cone.
  7. Make sure do not overfill the cone and do press to make sure there are no gaps.
  8. The most interesting point is that apply water onto the edges and bring one end closer to the other end and pinch together to seal the samosa for perfect samosa.
  9. Now your samosa shaping is perfectly done.
  10. Make sure to rest the samosas for 4-5 minutes before frying.
  11. Now you need a deep wok which is pretty deep in the center and also you can use any wok that is available at home.
  12. you can use an induction cooker because in an induction cooker you have a dedicated frying option in this cooker and you just need to push the button and you do not worry about it adjusting the temperature again and again.
  13. After that, you can get your perfect delicious, crispy air fried samosas within minutes.
  14. Set oil on high flame for frying and deep fry the samosa in hot oil on medium flame until crisp and samosas turns into golden brown color.
  15. Finally, serve hot crispy samosas with mint & coriander chutney or any dip of your choice that you like most.

tandoori bread samosa

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Closing Notes:

You can use a wok, and a cooking range instead of an induction cooker if you have not one, I think enough talking and all things are great. you just need to apply all the steps properly and enjoy this crispy snack with your friends or with your family.

If you use mint & coriander chutney with this tandoori samosa you really loved this combination, Actually, this is recommended but you can use any sauce or chutney that you like.

If you try this recipe then don’t forget to rate this recipe and also give your reaction in the comment below, because I love hearing from you. Thanks

You can also check out this Pakistani style meat samosa.

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