Paneer Samosa Recipe: Make These Delicious Samosas For A Scrumptious Tea Time Snack


The evening calls for a hot cup of tea in one hand and a delicious snack in another. The evening tea is the perfect time to relax after a long day of work and bond with the family. Indian households have been dedicated fans of tea for generations, passing this love down to their children. The love chai for flows deep within our country. The tradition of evening tea is synonymous with samosa, so much so that the words “beta, chai samosa lana” is one of the most common phrases used in a tea lover’s family. Chai time is incomplete without samosa, but that doesn’t mean we have to eat the mundane aloo samosa every time! Our love for samosa has helped us find a unique samosa recipe that has the delicious filling of paneer. Try out these paneer samosas the next time you prepare your evening tea.


These samosas have masaledaar paneer in it

Easy Paneer Samosa Recipe: How To Make Paneer Samosa:

Crush panner in a bowl. Add chopped onions, fresh peas, ginger-garlic paste, red chilli powder and salt. Mix it well, squeeze the mix so that the whole mix binds together. This recipe uses prepared samosa dough, if you are looking to make samosa from scratch then here is the recipe.

Click here for the recipe for samosa pastry.

Make cones out of the samosa base and fill in the stuffing mix. Seal the edges of the base. Grease the baking tray and place the samosas on it. Bake them for half an hour at a temperature of 250-300 C. Keep checking and rotating the sides of the samosa. Serve the paneer samosas with mint chutney.

Click here for the step-by-step recipe.

Pro Tip: You can also deep-fry or air-fry these paneer samosas.

Serve these paneer samosas with pudina chutney or tomato ketchup and you will have a delicious snack perfect for all occasions!

Sounds easy, right?! Make this quick and easy paneer samosa recipe and impress your family with your culinary skills. Do tell us in the comments section how you like this recipe.