Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns (Perfect Party Snack)

Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns: Soft, delicious buns filled with spicy samosa stuffing using potatoes with a hint of curry. These Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns are a perfect snack to be enjoyed at tea-time or parties.Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns

Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns

Hello Everyone, I hope you’re all set for an amazing weekend, and we have just the perfect recipe to make it better Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns.

Having grown up in India, we’re always craving hot snacks with a great cup of tea.

And those cravings are 10 times more when there’s a game of cricket or any major sports/entertainment event involved.

We are a cricket-loving family (read – eat, love and breathe cricket) and the ‘ICC Champions Trophy’ is being held in England between June 1 to 18 gets underway today.

So the parties are all set (different days in different friends’ house) and we are almost done with the menu too.  


While we decide the rest of the games’ menu, we’ve got the perfect snack for you to munch during the much-awaited India vs Pakistan game this Sunday!

I can’t wait for this game to begin! The first thing that comes to my mind as an Indian snack served along with tea is ‘Samosa’!

So, here I’m giving a slight twist and a whole lot of ease to our samosa recipe and turning them into these Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns which are super easy to prepare and make a great snack with ‘Taj Mahal Tea’.

Ingredients for the Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns:

  1. Dough – I’m using storebought biscuit dough, you can use homemade dough too.
  2. Potatoes
  3. Vegetables – I’m using peas and carrots
  4. Curry Powder 
  5. Egg – optional
  6. Butter

Now, before we go ahead and talk more about our stuffed samosa buns, let’s share some facts on ‘Taj Mahal’ tea which is India’s first premium tea brand

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Now, getting back to our Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns they are so easy to make.

It took me literally 30 minutes to make the filling, stuff each dough ball and bake this golden yummy delights.

How to Make Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns

  1. You start with making the masala using potato, veggies and curry filling.
  2. Then you stuff the potato curry stuffing in the dough and make round balls.  
  3. Then you place the stuffed Samosa curry buns in a baking tray or skillet.
  4. Brush them with whisked egg or a mix of butter.
  5. Bake for 10 minutes till you get a golden crust on top.
  6. Turn off and slather some more butter on each stuffed curry buns.
  7. Serve hot

Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns Ingredients


how to stuff samosa curry buns


stuffed samosa curry buns ready to be baked

Also, I feel during such game events, we need more finger-food kind of snack which are easy to move around with or even scream with joy when our fav team scores or gets a wicket 🙂  

That’s it this weekend and I’ll be back with another delicious gameday or as we say Cricket recipe next week.

Till then, do enjoy these stuffed buns with a hot piping ‘Taj Mahal’ tea and don’t forget to say “Wah Taj” !


You can also try these deliciousMasala Naan Canapés with Ginger Flavored Tea from my friend Sonal of Simply Vegetarian777.

Tried Our Recipe – AWESOME!!!

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Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns



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Yield: 16 Samosa Buns

Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns

Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns recipe

Soft, delicious buns that’s filled with spicy samosa stuffing using potatoes with a hint of curry. Perfect Indian snack for tea/coffee or gatherings.

Prep Time 6 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 18 minutes


  • 1 Can Flakey Biscuit Dough - thawed

Samosa Stuffing/Filling:

  • 4 Large Boiled Potatoes - mashed
  • 1//2 Cup Frozen Peas - thawed
  • 1/4 Cup Frozen Carrots - thawed (optional)
  • 2 Tsp Olive Oil

Spice Mix

  • 1/2 Tsp Curry Powder
  • 1/2 Tsp Turmeric Powder
  • 1/4 Tsp Red Chili Powder
  • 1/2 Tsp Coriander Powder
  • 1/2 Tsp Dry Mango Powder - you may use lemon juice
  • 1/2 Tsp Salt - use as per taste

Coating the Buns:

  • 1 Eggs - whisked (optional)
  • 1 Tsp Melted Butter
  • 1 Tsp Chopped Cilantro


! Make the Samosa Curry Filling:

  1. Heat 2 tsp oil in a skillet.
  2. Add frozen peas, carrots and saute for 2 minutes over medium-high. (till they are slightly cooked and mushy).
  3. Now, add the spice mix and saute everything.
  4. Add the mashed potatoes and saute for another 2 minutes or till everything is slightly cooked.
  5. Turn off the heat and cool the filling completely.

! Stuffing the Samosa Buns:

  1. Open the biscuit can and slice each biscuit disc into half. (you’d get 16 halved discs)
  2. Now, make balls of the half biscuit dough.
  3. Take one ball and roll it into 2 inches thick round disc.
  4. Take 1 tbsp potato filling and add it in the center of the disc.
  5. Press the edges on top together to close them.
  6. Place the stuffed bun (edges side down) in the skillet/baking pan.
  7. Similarly, fill all the buns and place them into the skillet/baking pan.

! Optional Step: If using Egg: Brush the whisked egg generously on top of each bun.

! Making the Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns:

  1. Bake in the oven for 12 minutes at 375F (Look for a golden baked crust, keep an eye as all oven are different).
  2. Once the buns are baked, then turn off the oven.
  3. In a bowl, mix butter and cilantro leaves.
  4. Place the baked buns outside (while still hot) and slather each bun with this butter mixture for that golden shiny crust.
  5. Transfer to a serving tray and serve with hot tea.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 452Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 98mgSodium: 967mgCarbohydrates: 79gFiber: 9gSugar: 7gProtein: 13g

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21 Replies to "Stuffed Samosa Curry Buns (Perfect Party Snack)"

  • Kylee from Kylee Cooks July 28, 2017 (7:47 pm)

    Hey, Molly – going to make these this weekend. How much mashed potato do you think 4 large potatoes makes?? I have some leftover, and thought I might use them for this.

    • Molly Kumar July 28, 2017 (8:57 pm)

      Hey Kylee, 4 large would be around 2.5 cups (you don’t want it to be absolutely mashed). You can increase or reduce the stuffing as per taste 🙂

  • Dene' V. Alexander June 5, 2017 (9:23 pm)

    These look perfect! I can only imagine the flavors stuffed in these perfect buns!!

  • Marisa Franca @ All Our Way June 5, 2017 (10:40 am)

    This is an amazing recipe — I love how you stuff and then bake them. What a tasty treat. I don’t know, but I’d be distracted by the delicious treats and not watch the game. But I’m also the person who doesn’t watch the Superbowl yet love the food. I’m pinning!! Have a great day, Molly!!

  • Christine - Jar Of Lemons June 5, 2017 (1:07 am)

    Oh my goodness, I’m drooling over here! These look and sound like the best EVER. Definitely want to try this recipe soon!

  • ManilaSpoon June 4, 2017 (11:40 pm)

    These curry buns look amazing and delectably good! I think one won’t be enough for me as I love anything with curry flavors! YUM!

  • Swathi June 4, 2017 (9:17 pm)

    Teas with curry buns is always best, Perfect treat for any time of the day. Samosa filling is so versatile it goes well with bread, puff pastries. etc.

  • Noel Lizotte June 4, 2017 (11:45 am)

    I’m not a cricket fan, but that’s not going to stop me from loving on the samosas and tea! I had samosas when I was in Hawaii years ago. I loved every variety I tried. As for tea, I’ve yet to meet a tea I didn’t like LOL! This recipe looks easy enough to whip up no matter what the afternoon entertainment might be.

  • Stephanie@ApplesforCJ June 3, 2017 (8:30 pm)

    This is such a great idea. I never heard of these but they sound delicious. And they look gorgeous as well. Would be perfect served for brunch.

    • Molly Kumar June 3, 2017 (9:29 pm)

      Thanks Stephanie. ‘Samosa’ is a very popular deep fried Indian snack filled with potatoes but I made a baked version which is easier and lighter than the traditional recipe 🙂

  • Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy June 3, 2017 (12:19 pm)

    I love using my cast iron skillet, and I love bread. These sound like they are packed with delicious flavour. Perfect to make on the weekend.

    • Molly Kumar June 3, 2017 (9:31 pm)

      I looove using cast iron for cooking/baking…it just gives such a lovely crust to baked good and I’m so glad you liked the recipe 🙂

  • Marlynn | UrbanBlissLife June 3, 2017 (2:18 am)

    These sound so delicious and satisfying, and the presentation is lovely! Such a great recipe for a crowd. I would love to learn more about the game of cricket – whenever I see it on TV I am totally lost! 🙂

    • Molly Kumar June 3, 2017 (9:34 pm)

      Hehehhe, thanks Marlynn. I’m not a pro in Cricket too but I’ve been seeing it since childhood and enjoy watching it with everyone around….for me it’s all about the fun, excitement, and definitely love it when my team wins 🙂

  • Veena Azmanov June 2, 2017 (6:10 pm)

    I love curry buns! Molly you take me back to my childhood.. Mom use to make ‘Pav stuffed with Batata Bhaji’ yum. I can’t wait to try this. Pinning for later

    • Molly Kumar June 3, 2017 (9:38 pm)

      Aweee, I’m glad the recipe reminded you of mom’s cooking. Our mom’s had such magical ways of making food delicious and pretty…Everytime I cook, I hope I can make it as delicious as my moms cooking 🙂 I hope you try these buns soon!

  • Daniela Anderson June 2, 2017 (1:36 pm)

    These beauties are just too yummy!!! The filling sounds amazing, and love the combination of spices.They are baked to perfection!

  • Tina Dawson | Love is in my Tummy June 1, 2017 (3:38 pm)

    OMG This is freaking awesome!!! I just baked my PAV buns from scratch… the next time I make them, this filling goes in first! Yumm!

    • Molly Kumar June 1, 2017 (5:08 pm)

      Thanks Tina, They are Simply Amazing & you HAVE to try them soon !!!

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