Add maida, semolina, salt to a bowl. Mix well.
Add oil and rub well with your fingers. Add water little by little and knead it to make a soft dough.
Cover and keep the dough aside for 10 minutes until you make the stuffing for pinwheel sandwich.
In another mixing bowl, add all the ingredients mentioned under “for stuffing” and mix it well. Check salt and add more if necessary. Keep it aside.
After 10 minutes, take out the dough and knead it for a couple of minutes.
Divide the dough into two equal sized portions
Dust one portion of the dough with flour and roll it slightly thicker than chapati using a rolling pin. Same way, make 2 portions of the filling also.
Cut the edges of the circle to make a pastry sheet. Take one portion of the filling and spread it nicely in the rolled pastry sheet.
Now roll the pastry sheet with the filling and cut it into pieces.
Take each chopped samosa pinwheels and press the open side gently to make it like a round shape so that the inner filling looks like a pinwheel.
Now rub the pinwheels into sesame seeds and keep it aside.
Heat oil in a pan.
When the oil is hot enough, gently slide the prepared pinwheels into the hot oil until they become crispy and golden brown
Once done, remove them from hot oil using a slotted spoon and place them on an absorbent paper to drain excess oil.
Serve raw banana samosa pinwheels as an appetizer or as a snack with a cup of hot tea.