Samosas are yummy snacks. It is a great choice for munching during lunch breaks or when you are outside your home. Samosas are a common street food served with raita or alo bukhara sauce.
qeema samosa is a perfect snack. It can be served at tea time, it is a major in the iftar menu. This is an easy recipe for qeema samosa. Samosas are made in a variety of ways like aloo, khoya, vegetable, and cheese chicken samosa. In qeema samosa, crushed coriander is very major spice for giving it a unique taste and aroma,
Nutrition in Qeema Samosa
These values are approximate calculations that vary with quantity and ingredients.
Health benefits of Beef
- Beef is rich in proteins so it is good for the growth of muscles.
- It is a good source of iron and other vitamins like B6 and B12 and minerals like niacin and riboflavin.
- Beef is a good source of zinc, which heal damaged tissues and support a healthy immune system.
- Beef is easily available and can be prepared in a variety of ways.
Health benefits of mutton
- Mutton is good for brain health.
- It is good for the immune system.
- It is good for hair and skin.
- Mutton is good for muscle development.
- It prevents anemia.
- It promotes relaxing sleep.
- Mutton prevents diabetes.
Mint Raita preparation
Take a handful of mint leaves, a handful of fresh coriander,4 green chilies, and 2 cloves of garlic and mesh them in mortar and pastel then add yogurt and salt and beat well so every ingredient mix well.
- All purpose flour slurry
- Add 3 tbsp of oil to a pan.
- Add 250 g of beef/ mutton mince in oil.
- Saute it for one minute.
- Add all the spices and mix well and cook for 8-10 minutes until the mince is fully cooked.
- Then add chopped onions in it and cook for 2 minutes. Remove it from the flame and let it cool.
- Take 2 tbsp of corn flour in a bowl and add 1 tbsp of water to make it a slurry.
- Fill the samosas with this mixture and use an all-purpose flour slurry to bind the ends of the samosa patti.
- Fry these samosas in hot oil or freeze it for later use.