Soybean Sambusak Recipe

For tea time, we mostly like to try something different. Evening time is my favourite time presently! And since it’s raining it gets even better. Few days back I decided to make Soybean Sambusak. Soybean Sambusak is pretty easy to make. It is healthy due to the health benefits of Soybeans. They are high in proteins, excellent source of fibers, Vitamin B2, Vit. k, Omega 3 fatty acids and 8 essential amino acids. Also they are rich in Potassium, Manganese & Iron.

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Soybean Sambusak

 

So this is how I made it. 

  • To make soybean sambusak, first thing you have to do is to soak 1 medium bowl of soybean for 30 mins in water.
  • Collect the Ingredients . Take a look at what you will need.

Ingredients :

4 cloves of garlic

1 teaspoon ginger

2 to 3 chillies

1 onion finely chopped

1/2 tablespoon Cashew nuts

Fresh Coriander leaves, chopped.

1/2 tsp. cumin seeds

oil

1/2 tsp. turmeric powder

1 tomato, cut into small pieces.

1/2 tsp. Pepper powder

Salt to taste

Curry leaves (optional)

1 1/2 cup of refined flour.

1/3 tsp baking powder.

  • Now lets make the dough for sambusak outer layer.

Take Refined flour in a mixing bowl. Add salt to taste, butter/oil and baking powder. Mix it all well and using water make the dough. (I took help of my mom to make the dough and I would suggest if you don’t know how to make dough, let pro handle it).

  • Move back to soaked soybeans.
  • Take them out of water and squeeze out the excess water. Mince them in blender next. Once done, keep it aside.
  • Make paste of garlic, chillies and ginger. Keep them aside.

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  • Take a frying pan and on medium heat, add oil. Add cumin seeds. Once they turn brownish black, add cashew nuts and fry till golden brown. Next put chopped onions and the chilli,ginger and garlic paste. Fry for like 30 seconds and to all of it, add minced soybean and tomatoes.
  • Saute for 1 min. Add salt to taste, turmeric powder, pepper powder and coriander leaves.
  • Filling is ready.

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oh and use some Refined flour and make a sticky paste with it using water to serve as edible gum. we will need it while making the outer layer of Sambusak.

  • Roll the dough straight. Keep it like neither thick nor thin. Now paste edible glue that we made earlier at the sides. Fold one of the sides like below.Add filler in between and Join the two ends, seal it properly.

steps

  • Heat Oil in frying Fan. Fry the Sambusak till they are golden brown.
  • Serve hot with any chutney of your choice.

I hope you find it easy to make. You can bake it as well instead of frying.

Enjoy Soybean Sambusak with tea this rainy season.

Bon Appetit


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Have a Lovely week friends.

Much Loves,

Arohii

 

 

 

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45 Comments Add yours

    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you 🙂

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      1. My pleasure, smile cause you matter

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      2. Arohii says:

        🙂 You too, thank you !!

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you Andrew 🙂

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  1. Thehungryballer says:

    Yummmmmmmm 😀

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    1. Arohii says:

      🙂 Thank you !

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  2. Ankit says:

    One of those eatables I cannot imagine. Unbelievable. 😊😊

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you Ankit 🙂 Good night!!

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      1. Ankit says:

        Good night!! 😊

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  3. It’s always nice to enjoy a tasty, HOME MADE dish that offers nutritional benefits as well. I’ll bet the flavor added some sunshine to a rainy day! Hope you enjoyed the delicious experience. 🙂

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you Doctor! I enjoyed it surely, yes I agree with you completely, Nothing can ever replace home-made food !! 🙂
      Good day to you !!

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  4. auburnrhyme says:

    These look delicious

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you 🙂

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  5. skd says:

    Your sambusak look delicious Arohi. Just what we need on a rainy evening. What a coincidence I put up a rain post too😀☺👍

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you Ana 🙂 yes, I checked and loved it. Delightful Recipe at your blog, made me drool! I love the Picture of rain you have added in your post too.
      Good night 🙂

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  6. Miss_Kymmiee says:

    It looks too Delish Arohii❤ great post as always.

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you so much dear 🙂 xx

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  7. nogynyan says:

    wow it looks so delicious! I need to try it 🙂

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you beautiful !! Do try it, you may like it 🙂 Good night xx

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  8. Shimonkepha says:

    Hmmmm… I’m salivating already. I wish I could 3D print it out.

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you 🙂

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      1. Shimonkepha says:

        You’re welcome.

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      2. Shimonkepha says:

        I’m not so good at cooking.

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      3. Arohii says:

        oh I am sure if you practice, you will be a great cook soon ! 🙂

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      4. Shimonkepha says:

        Alright, I will. Thanks

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  9. Indrani says:

    Looks yummm… I want to bite into it.

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thanks a lot dear !! 🙂

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  10. Soyabean is one of my fav foods, i will try this one for sure.

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    1. Arohii says:

      Mine too. Yes , please try, it was good !! 🙂

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  11. Alok Singhal says:

    I somehow don’t like soybean much, but this indeed looks great!

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you Alok !! 🙂

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  12. Looks really appetizing.

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you dear 🙂

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  13. mopana says:

    It has to be delicious because it looks so well, Arohii 🙂
    Have a great weekend ❤

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    1. Arohii says:

      Thank you so much sweetie. Have a lovely week. 💕 xx

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      1. mopana says:

        You, too, Arohii ❤

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  14. dishdessert says:

    looks delicious!!!

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  15. It tastes fabulous with Mustard Sauce…just Yummy

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    1. Arohii says:

      Never tried, will definitely try. Thank you for your suggestion 🙂 Good day !

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      1. We had this last Sunday (Samosas) with Mustard Sauce…its simply too good..Soya Samosas are bound to taste better than conventional Potato Samosas…

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      2. Arohii says:

        I agree, they do taste better than conventional Potato ones and are healthy too. 🙂 Next time we have Samosas, I will defo try mustard sauce with it.

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