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Lebanese Samosas – Samboosik

2012-08-17
 A different type of samosa stuffed with cheese and fresh thyme
Ingredients: 
For the Dough:
3 cups flour
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup water according to the coherence of the dough
For The Stuffing: 
350 g Halloumi cheese
50 g Thyme
1 tablespoon black cumin seeds
Method:
Mix flour with oil and salt and add water and knead until it holds together and doesn’t stick to the hands. Grate the cheese and add the thyme to half the amount cheese and add black cumin seeds to the second amount of the cheese. Spread the dough into a half a centimeter thick layer and cut it with a small cup into circles. Add cheese and thyme, or cheese and black cumin seeds filling to half of each circle and close the samosa into a half moon shape and and close well by bending the edge into a twisted cable design. Fry the samosas in vegetable oil.
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Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Roar me R on Mar 15, 2013

    I cannot seem to get halloumi cheese in france, and miss it in a number of vegetarian dishes.

  2. posted by Eric on Mar 17, 2013

    I’m doing a presentation at school on cheesemaking, and I wanted to have some opinions so I could form a bar graph. Just say any type of cheese you like.

  3. posted by Zanto on Mar 17, 2013

    I moved to America (NY) six months ago. Recently I’m having hard time getting rid of my craving for Halloumi cheese, but I can’t remember having ever seen it sold in local supermarkets. Anyone knows where to buy it? Thanks a lot!

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  5. posted by Kaylla on Mar 18, 2013

    I was just wondering.
    I love the stuff…

    Any ideas?

  6. posted by encyclopath on Mar 19, 2013

    I need a cheese that is diced and will hold its shape after being in the oven, unlike a cheese that will melt and stay melted

    I ate a savory pie once and it had diced cheese in it with cranberries, apples, and pork among other things but the chef wouldn’t tell me what it was, I’m very curious as to what it is. I tried googling it but to no avail.. please help!

  7. posted by Kevin on Mar 20, 2013

    My usual daily diet:

    Breakfast: berries, peaches, natural yoghurt, seeds, oats

    Lunch: spinach and rocket salad with griddled mushroom, red onion, cherry tomatoes, avocado and beetroot with halloumi cheese (i generally change the vegetables according to how i feel, sometimes i combine with cous cous or put filling in a wrap)

    Dinner: this is where I usually fail and go for something unhealthy.

    I am trying to lose weight so what would be some tasty vegetarian dinner ideas for me?

    Please help! X

  8. posted by Daniel on Mar 20, 2013

    I have overheard girls talking on multiple occasions about how they barely eat meat. What do they eat then??? I can see how this may seem like a dumb question, but I typically eat a lot of sandwiches (that have lunch meat), or chicken, etc. Most meals I eat tend to have meat as the main entree. If I don’t eat meat, I’m eating a salad or maybe a cheese pizza.

    So what I’m wondering is what do people eat on a regular basis who don’t eat much meat.

  9. posted by everythingisgonnabefine on Mar 20, 2013

    I tried all the major supermarkets, but cant seem to find them. BTW I live in london.

  10. posted by callofduty5123412 on Mar 21, 2013

    I found this recipe that requires halloumi cheese but I have no clue as to where I could find it. Please help ><"

  11. posted by Austin on Mar 21, 2013

    Do you fry the mushroom first? do you grill the halloumi cheese and then put it on top of the burger? I haven’t got a clue!!

  12. posted by JackReynolds on Mar 22, 2013

    Tonight, I am making vegetable and halloumi cheese skewers for tea. What would be good to put them with? I’d like something unusual, but substansial and possibly healthy.
    Thanks!

  13. posted by mavis24 on Mar 22, 2013

    My dad is vegetarian and cannot eat eggs!

    Something with halloumi cheese perhaps?

    Recipe links very welcome!!!!

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  14. posted by soccermaster1 on Mar 22, 2013

    Where can I find Halloumi cheese in Chicago other than whole foods?

  15. posted by alberto s on Mar 22, 2013

    I love…port wine cheddar, havarti, mozzarella (fior di latte), aged swiss (emmental), mascarpone, smoked gouda, parrano, gubbean farmhouse, brie, piave, kenafa, halloumi (cow milk only), coolea, roquetfort, muenster, baladi, raclette, caboc, sbrinz, cream cheese, and feta. What are your favorite types of cheese?

  16. posted by ademuth93 on Mar 23, 2013

    We’re back from our holidays in Cyprus. Halloumi Cheese is so nice. Do you know a supermarket that sells it?

  17. posted by llb443 on Mar 23, 2013

    or can you recommend another cheese that doesn’t melt easily or something else I could stuff the bacon with. I know you can use baby sausages but I’m using them for something else.

  18. posted by Alex on Mar 24, 2013

    I live in Cobb county, but I can get to the DeKalb Farmer’s Market which I’m sure has it…. any place closer to the NW side of town?

  19. posted by Disrae on Mar 26, 2013

    With the curry being the national dish, the amount of Indian female presnters on TV, Churches converted to Mosques, pubs and everything Garma Masala, Cumin seeds, it seems that we are now not so last of the Summer Wine but Goodness Gracious me. WIth the call of prayer now audible where once Chruch bells rang and Halal butchers replacing Dewhurst?

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