Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Sambosa bel joben

Recipe by:meedo

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1 1/2 cups all purpose flour.

1 1/2 cup whole wheat flour.
1 1/2 Tablespoon olive oil .

1 1/3 to 1 1/2 cup fat free milk or water.

1 teaspoon sugar.

1/2 teaspoon baking powder.
1/4 teaspoon salt.
Dash of ground black pepper.

500 grams low fat feta cheese.
250 grams low fat halloumi or mozzarella cheese, shredded.
1/2 cup Cheddar cheese,shredded.
1/2 teaspoon dried mint.
Dash of ground black pepper(optional).

Sealing dough:
1/4 cup all purpose flour.
1/4 to 1/3 Water.

1)To make dough:mix all the ingredients, knead dough for 2 to 5 minutes, cover with plastic wrap; stand at room temperature for 15 minutes.

2)Divide dough into 50 equal pieces, let rest for 15 more minutes, roll each piece, on a floured surface, into a 10cm round, place 2 teaspoons of filling in the center of dough.

3)Brush the edges with the sealing dough, fold into cone shape, press edges together to seal, repeat with remaining dough and filling.

4)Deep-fry sambosa in hot oil in batches until browned, drain on absorbent paper.

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Gloria Baker said...

This recipe looks so delicious, I don't knew it, they are many delicious recipes from Arabian, I love them and enjoy learn new recipes. This I would to make soon, I have to buy the cheese!!!xxxGloria

Chef Jeena said...

Yumy those look wonderful. :)

Dori said...

Fried cheesy treat! Sounds good!

Nabeela said...

The basic ides of this recipe is so much like Samosa!

Arabic Bites said...

Hi gloria,
I hope you do,they taste really good.

Thank you for the comment.

thank you,the recipe is easy to make,give it a try.

we call it in saudi arabia "sambosa" or "sambosec" and I think is a littel difference between sambosa & Samosa.
in south saudi they make the sambosa dough using whole wheat,and we make it in east side half with & half whole wheat,and the crust is not very thin.
sambosa is popular finger food in Saudi Arabia especially in ramadan.

Finla said...

SUper delicious. Can i make this with Phyllo pastry and make in the oven.
In India we make them with potato and peas or minced lamp etc and we call them Samosa

Arabic Bites said...

Happy cook,

Thank you so much for the comment,you can make it with Phyllo pastry and bake it in the oven, but it tast better with homemade pastry.

Anonymous said...

wow its looks so Indian, here we call it Samosa! and the filling is mostly potatoes or mince meat!

Anonymous said...

yikes i just read the others' comments! some are the same as mine!

Liska said...

That's something for me. I love such kind of food. And your picture is very yummy too :-)

Dori said...

I have tagged you for a Meme, only if you want to do it, and I hope you haven't done it already :)

Anonymous said...

Have a safe and happy journey... :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Friends!
Fabulous Work!
I’m very hungry just reading about and looking at all your yummy dishes...
Sorry! My English is not very good, but one day... I will try some of your delicious recipes...
Greetings from Brazil.
Your Friend from Blogging to Fame,
Renato de Trindade
(Just Famed It - Good Luck)

Anonymous said...

I love all the recipes on your blog, and sometimes I can't wait to try them out.

Arabic Bites said...

Thank you for the comment.

Thanks for the support. We will keep the recipes coming.

Sorry for taking so long to reply, we haven't done it before, can you explain it for us.

Thank you so much .

Renato de Trindade,
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for the Famed.

Happy to know that you are enjoying our recipes...thanks

Anonymous said...

Can you show how to fold the samosa? I have seen it in many books, but they all think that the folding is so easy it doesn't have to be shown...and I just don't get the triangular shape from my folding

Arabic Bites said...

Hi Chrisser,

I Promise you I will make post about how to fold the samosa.

Sayeeda said...

salaams, i was wondeirng do you happen to have the meat filling listed on the site for the samboosa.

Arabic Bites said...

Ahlan sayeeda,

We don't have meat filling listed on the blog for the sambosa.
but you can substitute the cheese with meat.
To make meat filling:
Sauté onion, stir, cook 5 minutes, Add meat, salt, spices , stir, cook, until meat brown.
* you can add mushrooms,Potato,parsley,scallions.

I hope this help you.


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