Make this samosa recipe. This is perfect party grub!
I love samosas. I like filling them with many different things from crab to potatoes to this lamb keema. These meat samosas are my personal favourite.
Over the years I have had my share of lamb samosas but none compare to this recipe. The lamb keema is a simplified version of the hugely popular lamb keema curry. No whole spices are used. You wouldn’t want to bite into a large clove or piece of cinnamon after all!
Once the samosas are made, you can freeze them as they do freeze well. They are great to take out of the freezer for that last minute curry party. Just defrost and fry.
Can I use ready-made shop bought samosa wrappers?
Yes! I wanted to show you my recipe for making samosa wrappers because they are just that little bit better than anything you can purchase at a store. Not only do they taste better, they also look tastier when cooked.
Try to get your pastry as thin as possible for best results.
My samosa pastry recipe is very authentic. You could use short pastry or spring roll wrappers if you’re pressed for time though.
What do I do with leftover lamb samosas?
Any samosas, not just meat samosas are great the next day. They won’t be as crispy unless you bake them or refry them to heat the samosas up. Microwaving works but they can be a bit soggy.
I usually make a few more than needed. Samosas are delicious in this samosa chaat the next day.
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Serve on their own or with your favourite Indian chutneys or pickles.
If you like the look of this samosa recipe, give it a try. If you do, please don’t be a stranger. Leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you. Let’s talk samosas!