Think of Indian street food and the first dish that comes to mind is crispy and crunchy samosa with delicious and spicy filling that bursts in the mouth with every bite.
Samosa is a popular Indian snack that is prepared by deep frying or baking the triangular flour patties that are stuffed with savory filling such as potatoes and peas, lentils, onions, minced lamb, mutton, chicken and fish.
Crispy samosa and masala chai make a wonderful combination, but samosas are also served with green mint chutney or tangy tamarind chutney.
Samosa is available in almost all parts of India, and each region has its own authentic style of preparing the snack.
Although, many of us shun this traditional snack is an unhealthy, calorie-rich junk food but home-made samosas can definitely be healthier if you want them to be.