The most wanted Indian Snack is SAMOSA. We all love to eat samosa with our favourite dippings like Green Chutney or Sauce. Starting from street side shops to the famous restaurants serve Samosa as an evening snack. Samosa Pinwheels | Samosa Bites is a slight alternation to the traditional Samosa and is as delicious as the traditional samosas and yet they are quite easy than the samosa as the outer cover making is not hard as samosas. The stuffing looks like pinwheel and also the each pinwheel is bite size and hence the name. Samosa Pinwheels | Samosa Bites are a rich party appetizer and snack too!

Samosa Pinwheels Recipe, Samosa Bites Recipe, How to make Samosa Pinwheels, Easy Samosa Recipes
Samosa Pinwheels | Samosa Bites 

Preparation time and Yield :
Preparation time15 mins
Cooking time30 mins
Yield20

Samosa Pinwheels Recipe, Samosa Bites Recipe, How to make Samosa Pinwheels, Easy Samosa Recipes
Samosa Pinwheels | Samosa Bites 

Ingredients for dough:

All Purpose flour / Maida*1 Cup**
Water***1/4 Cup
OilFor frying + 1 tablespoon for dough
SaltTo Taste

*  If diet specific, you can alternate maida with wheat flour
** 1 Cup Capacity = 250ml
***Water needs to be adjusted based on our needs. I have used nearly 1/4 cup

For Filling:

Boiled Potatoes2 big size or 200 grams
Cumin Seeds1/2 teaspoon
Fennel Seeds1/2 teaspoon
Turmeric Powder1/4 teaspoon
Amachoor powder (Mango Powder)1 teaspoon
Garam Masala1 Teaspoon
Red Chilli Powder1/2 teaspoon
Cumin Powder1/2 teaspoon
SaltTo Taste

Samosa Pinwheels Recipe, Samosa Bites Recipe, How to make Samosa Pinwheels, Easy Samosa Recipes
Samosa Pinwheels | Samosa Bites 

Method:
  1. Lets start preparing the dough first. Take maida in a bowl and add salt. Add water little by little to make a hard but smooth dough. Finally add oil and knead for couple of minutes and cover the dough with a cling film wrapper or cover the bowl with a lid and keep it aside for 15 minutes

  2. Meanwhile, lets prepare our filling now. Peel the potatoes and add it to a bowl. Add the rest of filling ingredients and mash the potatoes and mix well with all spices. Our filling is now ready

  3. After 15 minutes, take out the dough and knead it for couple of minutes. Make 3 equal sized portions out of the dough. Dust one portion of dough in flour and roll it to slightly thicker chapati using rolling pin. Make 3 portions of the filling also. Take one portion of filling and spread it nicely in the rolled chapati leaving some place in the corners.

  4. Apply water to the corners of the rolled chapati. We are applying water so that after rolling the chapati with filling we need seal all the edges. Now roll the chapati with the filling

  5. Using the rolling pin, gently flat the rolled dough with filling. Chop it into pieces as shown in the picture

  6. Take each chopped samosa bites and press the open side gently to make it like a oval shape so that the inner filling looks like a pinwheel. Heat oil in a  pan for frying the samosa bites. The oil should be hot in such a way, if you drop a pinch of dough, it should take few seconds to rise. The dough should not rise immediately in the oil. So that means it should not be smoke hot. Gently drop the 4-5 samosa bites in the oil and allow it to deep fry in the oil

  7. Flip the bites to fry it on the other side also. When the bubbles starts reducing, make sure all the sides are fried properly and the samosa bite turned crispy and then remove from oil and place it in a paper towel to drain the excess oil

  8. Crispy, crunchy and tasty Samosa Bites | Samosa Pinwheels are now ready to serve with Green Chutney or Sauce! Slurp!
  9. Samosa Pinwheels Recipe, Samosa Bites Recipe, How to make Samosa Pinwheels, Easy Samosa Recipes
    Samosa Pinwheels | Samosa Bites 

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  1. Love the idea...will surely make it for kids play date.

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  2. Prepared this last weekend when my daughters friends came home. They just loved it!!!

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