Noodles Samosa | Chinese samosa

Noodles samosa

Noodles samosa also known as Chinese samosa is a fusion snack made by giving a twist to the traditional samosa. Read below full recipe.
Cook Time 30 mins
Cuisine Chinese, Indian

Ingredients
  

  • INGREDIENTS
  • Frozen Samosa Patti or wonton sheets – 14 pieces
  • Instant noodles – 80 gram
  • Bell peppers – 1 cup
  • Soy sauce – 1 tablespoon
  • Hot sauce – 1 tablespoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for frying
  • Water – to boil noodles
  • Cornstarch slurry – 4 tbsp

Instructions
 

  • Boil noodles and keep aside. Drizzle some oil over them so that they do not stick together.
  • Heat 2 tbsp oil and saute bell peppers or any vegetables as per choice.
  • Add boiled noodles and salt to taste. Give the noodles a nice stir.
  • Add 1 tablespoon soy sauce and hot sauce. Mix well until noodles are quoted properly.
  • Keep the filling aside to cool down.
  • Noodles to be used fo filling
  • Place samosa patti on a chopping board perpendicular to each other and place 1 tablespoon of filling on the portion which has been overlapped.
  • Fold the two flaps adjacent to each other and mark 4 slits on the other two to flaps adjacent to each other.
  • Overlap 1 section from each side at a time to form a Criss cross pattern.
  • For better clarity check out the YouTube link embedded in the blog post.
  • While folding the samosa use corn starch slurry to secure the wrapper in place.
  • Final look
  • Follow the previous steps to prepare all the samosa.
  • Frying
  • Deep fry samosa in hot oil and place on a kitchen towel to get rid of excess oil.
  • Fry in hot oil
  • Samosas are ready to serve.

Notes

These can be prepared ahead of time and stored in freezer. Fry just before serving.
Feel free to use any sort of vegetables or noodles and give samosa the personalized twist.

Noodles samosa also known as Chinese samosa is a fusion snack made by giving a twist to the traditional samosa. Read below full recipe. Samosa is a very popular snack in India. Traditionally samosa is made with potato filling rolled in all-purpose all purpose flour dough but today we will be using noodles for the filling of samosa.

Watch full recipe

Cooking 🕛 30 Minutes For noodles samosa

Ingredients

  • Frozen Samosa Patti or wonton sheets – 14 pieces
  • Instant noodles – 80 gram
  • Bell peppers – 1 cup
  • Soy sauce – 1 tablespoon
  • Hot sauce – 1 tablespoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for frying
  • Water – to boil noodles
  • Cornstarch slurry – 4 tbsp

Recipe

  • Boil noodles and keep aside. Drizzle some oil over them so that they do not stick together.
  • Heat 2 tbsp oil and saute bell peppers or any vegetables as per choice.
  • Add boiled noodles and salt to taste. Give the noodles a nice stir.
  • Add 1 tablespoon soy sauce and hot sauce. Mix well until noodles are quoted properly.
  • Keep the filling aside to cool down.
Noodles to be used fo filling
  • Place samosa patti on a chopping board perpendicular to each other and place 1 tablespoon of filling on the portion which has been overlapped.
  • Fold the two flaps adjacent to each other and mark 4 slits on the other two to flaps adjacent to each other.
  • Overlap 1 section from each side at a time to form a Criss cross pattern.
  • For better clarity check out the YouTube link embedded in the blog post.
  • While folding the samosa use corn starch slurry to secure the wrapper in place.
Final look
  • Follow the previous steps to prepare all the samosa.
Frying
  • Deep fry samosa in hot oil and place on a kitchen towel to get rid of excess oil.
Fry in hot oil
  • Samosas are ready to serve.
Notes
  • These can be prepared ahead of time and stored in freezer. Fry just before serving.
  • Feel free to use any sort of vegetables or noodles and give samosa the personalized twist.

Comment down below what all varietieS of samosas have you had ?

Mein kun | THE Leela ambience convention hotel

Mein Kun is the pan asian dining restaurant at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel. This 5 star property is located in East Delhi. Know more about this place below.

Mein Kun
Mein Kun, The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel

Mein kun, The pan asian dining restaurant

The ultimate place to visit for pan asian food lovers. Authentic oriental cuisine served here is made with the premium quality ingredients which are sourced from the east asian countries.

Opening time is only from 7:00 p.m. to 11:45 p.m. Reservations can be made via local dining apps or through direct email to hotel.

Our experience

We tried this place ago few months ago, on our staycation at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel.

We were craving for some light snacks for dinner as the lunch buffet at Cafe Knosh kept us full till late evening. As this place only open up for dinner, it was the perfect time explore some authentic oriental snacks. Mein Kun is right adjacent to the Cafe Knosh.

Ambience

As soon as you enter, you can see the statue of Lord Buddha which is absolutely adorable and would attract your attention for a while. People loved getting photographed beside this statue. This place has 3 sections, first is the waiting area where the statue of Lord Buddha is placed, second is the common dining area and third is for private gathering which can be booked for parties. Each section is divided by the heavy wooden partitions with detailed carvings. Interiors of this place are worth appreciation. Yellow lights , heavy chandeliers and walls studded with beautiful artefacts makes this place look like a dining hall of a royal palace.

food

Mock meat spring rolls, ( INR. 750)

For appetizer we ordered the mock meat spring rolls. Spring rolls are always the first choice for me when ordering appetizers from the pan asian section. They are crunchy, juicy and delicious! They had the mock meat spring rolls in the menu which is a good choice if you are vegetarian like me. Mock meat is made with soyabean. It’s texture is almost like meat but it is 100% plant based. Small chunks of mock meat seasoned with oriental spices are tossed with juliennes of garden fresh vegetables and rolled in wonton wrappers. Wonton rolls are then deep fried until golden and served with sweet chilli sauce.

Wok Tossed Noodles ( INR. 650)

For main course we ordered “Wok Tossed Noodles” from their noodles section. Thin stringy and bouncy noodles tossed in a wok , Hakka style with a lot of fresh vegetables is a true delight. They accompanied with variety of sauces which you can add to your noodles as per your liking. I like spicy food so I added generous amount of red chilli sauce, if you like it on the tangier side then pickled ginger would be your best choice.

We were completely full by the time we finished both the dishes, so we decided to skip the dessert.

Comment down below your which is your favourite place to have oriental cuisine?