Samosa Pinwheels Recipe

Samosa Pinwheels| Alternate Samosa Recipe

(Last Updated On: June 18, 2015)

Samosa Pinwheels or Samosa bites are bite-size quick alternate option to one of the most popular Indian snack- Samosas. Making perfect Samosas could be little tricky and tedious, but these Samosa pinwheels are very easy and they taste as scrumptious as a perfect Samosa would.

I have also posted tortilla Samosa recipe which is another quick version of making Samosas. Do check it out as well.

Samosa Pinwheels Recipe
Samosa Pinwheels Recipe

Now let me tell you few important things to remember to prepare Samosa Pinwheels. First of all, use only white or yellow potatoes for this recipe. These potatoes have very good binding ability so they do not come out while frying in hot oil. Another important thing to remember is that dough should not  be rolled very thick or thin. It should be just a little thicker than chapatti.

For frying Samosa Pinwheels, we should first keep oil on medium low flame. Once they become little pinkish in color we should increase the heat to medium high until they are golden brown.

Samosa Pinwheels Recipe
Samosa Pinwheels Recipe

I recommend you to check out my video recipe below to get all the steps right for making perfect Samosa Pinwheels.

Enjoy these Samosa Pinwheels with coriander chutney, mint chutney or tomato coriander chutney and Tea.

Samosa Pinwheels step by step video recipe below:

Do check out some more scrumptious recipes in Snacks and Appetizer section.

Samosa Pinwheels recipe card below:

Samosa Bites
Samosa pinwheels: bite size crispy samosas filled with potatoes.
Recipe type: Appetiser snacks
Cuisine: Indian
  • Boiled mashed potato: 1 cup,
  • All-purpose flour: 1 cup,
  • Garam masala: 1 tsp,
  • Cumin (jeera powder): ½ tsp,
  • Dry mango (amchoor or khatai) powder: 1 tsp,
  • Cumin (zeera): ½ tsp,
  • Fennel (saunf): ½ tsp,
  • Red chilly powder: ½ tsp,
  • Salt,
  • Oil for frying,
  • Water: ¼ cup and 2 tsp
  1. For making the dough, take all-purpose flour, oil (2 tbs) and salt in a bowl.
  2. Mix everything together. Add little water at a time and knead smooth but hard dough.
  3. Now take some oil, rub it on the dough and kneed it for some more time.
  4. Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and let it rest for 15 minutes.
  5. To make stuffing, mix together all the spices, potatoes and little salt.
  6. After fifteen minutes take a handful of dough, roll it to a smooth ball, dip it in flour and roll it (little thicker than regular chapatti).
  7. Put the stuffing on it and spread evenly leaving the ends.
  8. Apply some water to the ends and roll it from one side to another.
  9. Seal both the ends and all the open surfaces carefully. Press and roll it on the board.
  10. Transfer it on chopping board roll it with a roller pin once again and cut it in 1 inch thick pieces.
  11. Press each piece gently to make them flat.
  12. Heat the oil at medium low heat and deep fry these bytes till they become little brown.
  13. Once they are little brown increase the heat to medium high and fry them till they become golden brown in color.
  14. Enjoy Samosa Pinwheels with any dip or chutney.
1. Use only white or yellow potato.
2. Don't leave the potatoes in a water once they are boiled otherwise they will absorb excess water which is not good for deep frying.
3. Make sure to seal all the corners and surfaces of the roll before cutting it.
4. First fry samosa pinwheels at medium low heat then slowly increase the heat.

4 thoughts on “Samosa Pinwheels| Alternate Samosa Recipe”

  1. This is the best samosa recipe i have tried so far…another favorite recipe from your collection…..i like your videos ..they are really simple to follow..keep posting

  2. Hii your recipes are nice n detalied wanna know that what is a shelf life for this snack??? can v store for a long time say 2-3 weeks??

    1. Hi Supriya,
      Thanks for liking my recipes. You cannot store this snack only for 1-2 days outside. If you want to store them for a week or a months, after frying let them cool down. Once they are cold enough pack them in the zip lock and put them in the freezer. When ever you want to eat them take them out and let them come at room temperature and re heat them in oven. Hope this helps.

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