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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Not sure what to call these.... Pulled Beef Indian Samosas?

While trying out the extremely tasty
Indian dry rub made by talented smoking friend Jon, I smoked both a pork butt and a beef chuck roast.
Used the pork butt here... Indian Pork with Raita and Roti

and saved the beef chuck for some samosas.







I really like samosas but have never tried filling them with smoked beef. The indian spice infused chuck was perfect for these.

I pulled the beef, minced the onions that were also smoked with the chuck...then added a few green onions. ( just cause I like em :))




I used egg roll skins for these. Divided them into thirds....




rolled the samosas up "flag" style, wet the ends with water to seal...









dipped in egg wash, rolled in bread crumbs and fried until golden..
















I dusted the fried samosas with a bit of Jon's dry rub and served them with a garlic chutney...



They were sooooo tasty! Crispy on the outside....and the Indian dry rubbed beef was wonderful.


sigh.... wish I had some of them right now. lol

Thanks again Jon... I owe ya!

12 comments:

Big Dude said...

I've never heard of these, but am sure I'd like them as they look and sound super good. Very nice presentation.

drholly said...

That sounds wonderful and the pictures are great. Looks like another I have to add to my "must try" list.
Cheers,
David

Ron said...

Those look excruciatingly decadent!

There should be a law against you doing this to all of us!!!

cowgirl said...

Larry thanks! I usually make them with ground beef but the indian rubbed chuck was great. Hope you give them a try sometime...you can use a variety of fillings. :)

cowgirl said...

Hey David...thanks! I really liked your wild rice stuffing.. Hope to get those pictures on the computer soon. Thanks again for sharing your recipe!

cowgirl said...

lol Ron... thank you! Hope you are having a great week!

David P. Offutt - The Gastronomic Gardener said...

Very Nice! I love somosas... a little diced potato - a complete meal!

cowgirl said...

Thank you David! Minced potatoes did enter my mind.. maybe next time. :)

rlalor said...

Why is there not a cookbook already out! You have a gift for really connecting to what people want! Love watching you work! Best...........Rick

Rocco said...

that garlic chutney is very tasty stuff, i have it a lot with all kinds of foods!

cowgirl said...

:) Rick...thank you!

cowgirl said...

Hey Rocco...hope you are doing well.
I like that garlic chutney too.. it's tasty stuff!
Thanks