Maggi Samosa Recipe – Video

Love Maggi and Love Samosa too? Then here is a deadly combination of Maggi Samosa that we tried recently and everybody at home really liked it.

Written by Maahi Gupta
  Maahi Gupta    Updated  11 Jan, 18


We have stuffed our favorite Maggi in Samosa instead of the more conventions Potatoes. If it sounds interesting to you, this one is just for you...


10 min Prep
20 min Cook
Yield  4 number
Nutrition Facts
Maggi Samosa Recipe - Video
Amount Per Serving
Calories 373 Calories from Fat 81
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 9g 14%
Saturated Fat 3g 15%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.4g
Monounsaturated Fat 2g
Sodium 497mg 21%
Total Carbohydrates 61g 20%
Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
Sugars 2g
Protein 8g 16%
Calcium 4%
Iron 12%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


  • We will start with making Samosa dough. Add All Purpose Flour, Salt and Oil in a big bowl. Mix all the ingredients.
  • Once done, add Water gradually while kneading to make dough. Do not add all water at once. Add gradually and only if required.
  • Keep Kneading until you see dough coming up. It should neither be very soft nor tight. You can say that it has mild consistency or thickness.
  • Once dough is ready, take small amount of dough in your hand and try to give a round shape by rolling it with both palms.
  • Now flatten it with the help of rolling pin and make one big round flat-chapati.
  • Divide this chapati into two pieces by marking a cut at the center with a knife. We should get two semi-circle shaped pieces.
  • We are assuming that the already cooked maggi is available with you. Crush it with the help of a spoon to make it easy for you to stuff it inside Samosa.
  • Place one semi-circle on your palm and fold it from one side. Take small amount of water on your finger tip and rub it on semi-circle’s corner. This water rubbing will help us to paste the two corners together.
  • Pick and place one corner onto the other to make a conical shape. Press the corner where you had placed water with light pressure to seal the patch.
  • Now, hold the cone in your palm and and stuff it with 1 tsp of Maggi.
  • You would now have the face of Samosa open. Rub some drops of Water at all the open corners of the Samosa and paste the ends with each other.
  • One of our Samosa is now ready for frying. You can make others in a similar fashion.
  • Now, we need to deep fry the samosas. Add enough Oil in a pan for deep frying. Heat it on a high flame.
  • Once oil is hot, turn the stove to low flame. Add all Samosas in hot Oil carefully.
  • Fry them on low flame until they get golden brown in color. Flip them occasionally.
  • After approx. 15-20 min. of frying, our Samosas would have turned golden brown. Take them out of the Oil.
  • Our crispy Maggi Samosas are ready to enjoy with Coriander Sauce, Tamarind Sauce or Tomato Sauce. Cheers!

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    You can also watch out the traditional Aloo Samosa recipe from our tried and tested recipes collection.



    Written by Maahi Gupta
      Maahi Gupta