Cheesy Sweet Savoury *appetizer*

Saturday, September 12, 2015


This recipe was shared to me by my aunty,
and I think its a great, quick, light dish to make.
It fills up the table, it can be a great dish to nibble on,
and has a Middle Eastern feel to it.

Since my facebook group really buzzed about it when I shared it there,
I had to put it up here.



INGREDIENTS  

Samoosa Pur sheets (check at the ethnic section of the supermarket, stored in the freezers) - you can substitute with phyllo pastry 

Kiri Cheese (this is a processed soft cheese, it can be found world wide - check for laughing cow cheese also if you cannot find kiri)

Chopped Pistachios 

Gold Syrup 

Shallow Oil


METHOD

  1. Samoosa sheets are usually long, so cut them in half. 
  2. Take a kiri cheese block, cut that in half and place that on one end.
  3. Roll it closed till the end and seal with a mix of flour and a little water which creates a paste. 
  4. Make as many as you want. 
  5. Lightly fry for a few seconds till golden brown. 
  6. Drizzle with golden syrup and top with chopped pistachios and serve hot.
  7. You will be eating them non stop!

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13 comments

  1. Looks delicious and easy steps to follow 😋

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    1. Looks reallly good! Thanks for sharing this recipe here, will definitely try it out :)

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    2. You're welcome :) You can try with another cheese if this particular one cannot be found in your supermarket.

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  2. Ma sha Allah. that looks delish! <3 i wanna try but there is no samosa sheet sold here. T_T how to make one? is it like a crepe?

    Kai, www.lilpink.info

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    1. Shukran Um somewhat similar its very tedious to make, where are you from? ...Well actually I am planning on doing a whole recipe post with a video on how to make your own. Inshallah I will try to get it out by next week to make it easy for those that can't buy but what to make it themselves.

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  3. Looks fab! I think a bit of nutella would go well with them too :)

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    1. Thank you! That's an amazing idea :D I will update the post with that suggestion, it's really good idea especially a great hit with kids.

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  4. Mouth watering! Mash'Allah these look great, thanks for sharing!!

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  5. this looks soo delish mashaa allah, great for nxt time i have guests over inshaa allah.
    www.themuslimahguide.com

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    1. jazakallah I think it's quick to whip up and serve. A previous sister commented adding chocolate or nutella which I think is a great idea especially if there's kids.

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