Rehmat-e-Shereen Samosa

Rehmat-e-Shereen Samosa (qeema) Recipe

Rehmat-e-Shereen Samosas are a popular snack or appetizer that is made with a savory filling wrapped in a thin dough and deep-fried. The filling is typically made with minced meat, vegetables, and spices, and the dough is made with all-purpose flour, water, and oil.

Samosas are thought to have originated in Central Asia and were brought to India by the Mughal invaders in the 16th century. They quickly became popular in India and are now enjoyed all over the world.

Rehmat-e-Shereen Samosa (qeema) Recipe

Recipe by Saqib JavedCourse: Main, Snacks, AppetizersCuisine: PakistaniDifficulty: Medium


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Samosas are typically served as a main course, snack, or appetizer. They can be eaten on their own or with a side of chutney or sauce.


  • Mincemeat (1/2 kg)

  • Salt (1 ½ tablespoon)

  • Chili powder (1 table spoon)

  • Garlic paste (1 teaspoon)

  • Ginger paste (1 teaspoon)

  • Turmeric powder (1/2 teaspoon)

  • Oil (4 cup for frying)

  • Black pepper (1/2 teaspoon)

  • Vinegar (2-3 tablespoon)

  • Tomato paste (4 tablespoons)

  • Green coriander leaves (1/4 cup chopped)

  • All-purpose flour (2 cup)

  • Salt (1 pinch)

  • Cumin seeds (1 teaspoon)


  • Preparing the Mincemeat Filling
  • Heat 3 tablespoons of oil in a pan. Add garlic and ginger paste and sauté until lightly golden. Then, introduce cumin seeds for added flavor.
  • Add mincemeat to the pan and fry until it turns completely white, indicating that it’s thoroughly cooked.
  • Incorporate tomato paste, turmeric powder, salt, chili powder, and vinegar. Keep stirring until the mixture is well combined and fully cooked. Reduce the flame to medium-low.
  • Finalizing the Filling
  • Once cooked, add freshly chopped green coriander for a burst of freshness. Give it a final mix and remove it from the heat. The filling is now ready.
  • Preparing the Dough
  • In a bowl, combine all-purpose flour with 2 tablespoons of oil and 4 tablespoons of water. Gradually knead the mixture, adding water little by little, until it forms a soft dough.
  • Rolling out the Flat Breads
  • Roll the dough into thin, flat bread using a rolling pin.
  • Making the Sauce
  • In a small bowl, mix 2 tablespoons of all-purpose flour with water until it reaches a saucy consistency.
  • Assembling and Frying the Samosas
  • Using the dough flatbreads, create small triangular pockets and fill them with the prepared mincemeat mixture.
  • Deep fry the samosas in oil until they turn golden brown on all sides.Rehmat-e-Shereen Samosa
  • Serving
  • Serve the delicious mincemeat samosas with a side of mint sauce or ketchup for a delectable treat.

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