Tuna Sambusa/Samosa

Now, when I first heard of tuna sambusa I thought my friend had totally went insane. Afterall, who in their right mind would put tuna inside a sambusa. But one taste of these spicy little bundles and you'll never eat ground beef sambusa again.

Makes 8 large sambusa

1 170 g can of tuna; drained
1/2 onion; finely chopped
1 ts. oil
1 chili; chopped
1/4 ts. salt
1 ts. curry powder

1. Heat oil in a pan, add onion and cook until slightly translucent.
2. Add the tuna, chili, salt, and curry; stir and cook for 2 minutes.

3. Fill each sambusa cone with 1 Tbsp. of the tuna filling.

4. Seal the top seam with flour paste.

5. Preheat oil on medium heat.
6. Cook 4 sambusa at a time until golden and bubbly.
7. Remove and drain on a paper towel.


  1. Assalamu Alaikum sis Tammy!! Masha Allah, my family LOVES the spinach and cheese Sambusa. Made them every night for Iftar last Ramadan and look forward to doing it again this year along with so many other great recipes. Jazak Allah Khair sis for putting together this website. I am also married to a Somali man (from Kenya) and we have 6 beautiful children. Life is good, Allah is Good Alhamdullilah!!

  2. asalaam alaikum sis, today ive made this recipe and look forward to using it for iftar inshaAllah. Ohh i have a question... your kackac bread and the new addtion fried bread recipe you just added, Im confused, my husbands family always break fast with one of them but im not sure which one it is, they like to open the bread up and put a sambousa in it lol can you tell mw which recipe u think it is please sis, jazakAllah Khair

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