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Punjabi Crunchy Beef Samosa

Punjabi Crunchy Beef Samosa – Making Punjabi Samosa always brings joy to my house and there are many reasons for that besides the delicious taste of course. These samosas are filled with perfectly seasoned ground beef, potatoes, and green peas. The crust is butter based so need I say more?
Please note that the word Punjabi here is referred to the way the samosa dough is made only!

Crunchy Punjabi Samosa, the Samosa filling is spiced beef. This Indian snack recipe will become your favorite. Learn how to make Crunchy Beef Samosa. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

The outer crust of these samosas tastes like homemade pie crust, I promise that the crust alone will keep you mesmerized.

Crunchy Punjabi Samosa, the Samosa filling is spiced beef. This Indian snack recipe will become your favorite. Learn how to make Crunchy Beef Samosa. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

Making Punjabi Crunchy Beef Samosa.

These Punjabi Crunchy Beef Samosas hold on to the wonderful flavor and crust texture for up to 3 days if kept in the fridge in an airtight container, all you have to do is microwave it for a minute and these bad boys will taste as if just made.

Crunchy Punjabi Samosa, the Samosa filling is spiced beef. This Indian snack recipe will become your favorite. Learn how to make Crunchy Beef Samosa. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

Another version of samosa.

If you love samosa but prefer a lighter version I have you covered, how does low calorie baked samosa sounds to you? I have created a baked vegetarian version and it tastes great. Have a look below 🙂

Baked Aloo Samosa. This samosa version is baked and low in calories yet delicous and worth a try. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

In India Punjabi Samosa is served with strong tea Indian Karak Chai, I suggest you go the Indian way and enjoy fresh and hot Punjabi Crunchy Beef Samosa with a delicious Indian tea.

Punjabi Crunchy Beef Samosa, the Samosa filling is spiced beef. This Indian snack recipe will become your favorite. Learn how to make Crunchy Beef Samosa. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

Beef Samosa Recipe.

I didn’t use oil while making the filling because the beef had enough fat in it, but in case your ground beef doesn’t have enough fat, you can add two tablespoon oil while preparing the filling.

Crunchy Punjabi Samosa, the Samosa filling is spiced beef. This Indian snack recipe will become your favorite. Learn how to make Crunchy Beef Samosa. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

Let’s learn how to make beef samosa!

Try my Punjabi Aloo Samosa

Crunchy Punjabi Samosa, the Samosa filling is spiced beef. This Indian snack recipe will become your favorite. Learn how to make Crunchy Beef Samosa. letscookingmam.com | @Arinacooking

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20 Comments

  1. Crunchy wrapper and savoury beef filling…they are totally irresistible. The filling can be used as the bun filling too. Well done, Muna.

    • Arinacooking

      Thanks dear! You can really be creative with this recipe, even make it vegetarian 🙂

  2. You are so on point with these samosas Muna!! I grew up eating fresh piping hot samosas with even hotter chai and lots of spicy green chutney! You reminded me of back home with these samosas! Now I wish I was your neighbour as these look so delicious!!

    • Arinacooking

      I wish we were neighbours too, I can sneak into your kitchen and taste all the yummy dishes you make 🙂

  3. Okaaaaaay. This looks delicious! Everything is on point!I can’t wait to try this!

  4. I can’t believe I managed to make something like this! They were delicious. Friends and their kids loved them. The only change I made was to par boil the potato before adding it, as I’m picky when it comes to hard potatoes. Will make again. Had extra mixture left as I used more beef, had it on a wrap the next day. Yum.

  5. Can I use pastry flour (soft) if I don’t have all purpose flour ?

  6. Can this be made with lamb mince

  7. so yummy!! delicious 🙂

  8. Thank you for the delicious recipe they turned out perfectly! 😍 i would like to freeze them in batches would you suggest cooking them then reheating once defrosted or freeze before cooking and then cook on a tray in oven from frozen? Maybe i will give each way a go and see what result is best 😊

    • Arinacooking

      Hi Amy, Thank for your comment 🙂 . You can cook them and freeze them then reheat them in the oven, or, freeze them before frying and when defrosted fry them in hot oil!

  9. These were gorgeous! I also made a chicken version, using the same spices and they were so yummy. They also freeze really well, although I did cook them lightly first and the cooked them on 160 for 40 mins then turned them off with 10 mins at 220 to crisp them up. I also defrosted in the microwave, but they lose the crunchiness. Still gorgeous though!