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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.
Hello Everyone, 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’ (One Day International Cricket 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!
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 makes a great snack with ‘Taj Mahal Tea’.
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 –
“fostering excellence to savor the best & exquisite flavor of the best tea leaves from the choicest gardens of Upper Assam”.
It’s one tea brand that’s been a family favorite for generations and I can never forget the moment when I first saw their advertisement saying ‘Wah Taj’.
Those were the beginning era of advertisements and that particular Taj Mahal tea ad was a super hit with everyone.
Definitely, check the dates near your city and make sure you visit the mentioned stores to win cool prizes or the sweepstake. 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.
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 delicious ‘Masala Naan Canapés with Ginger Flavored Tea‘ from my friend Sonal of Simply Vegetarian777.
Tried Our Recipe – AWESOME!!!
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! Optional Step: If using Egg: Brush the whisked egg generously on top of each bun.
And, now for a fun and exciting part, our favorite ‘Taj Mahal’ tea is holding sweepstakes – Wah Moments!
You guys can all take a shot, or many shots (1 entry per day is permitted) to win a Trip for 2 to Hawaii!
There are many more exciting prizes to be won as well! What’s more, if you’re around any of the following stores, you must go to pick up the ingredients for this recipe over the weekend!
There are going to be fun activations and you’ll have a chance to get free boxes of ‘Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea’ as well! :
1.Cermak Produce – Naperville – Chicago – 9 June & 17 June
2. Tulsi Grocers- Schaumburg – Chicago – 10 June & 16 June
3. Patel Brothers Plano – Dallas – 3 June, 9 June & 17 June
4. INDIA BAZAAR#2 Valley Ranch , Tx 75063 – Dallas – 2 June, 10 June & 16 June
5. INDIA CASH & CARRY (Fremont) – SF – 2 June & 16 June
6. New India Bazaar – SF – 3 June & 11 June
7. INDIA CASH & CARRY – SF – 4 June & 18 June
8. TRINETHRA – SF – 9 June & 17 June
9. Patel brothers – NJ – 10 June & 17 June
10. Subzi Mandi – NJ – 9 June, and 16 June
(This is post is sponsored by Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea. All opinion expressed here are mine)