Samosas

The Samosa is a triangular pastry with a vegetable, minced chicken, beef or other filling, seasoned with a mixture of eastern herbs and spices.

The various types of fillings vary depending on the eating habits of each country. In India the most common Samosa has a vegetable filling, while in Portugal Samosas with minced beef are more popular.

This type of Samosa, was introduced in Portugal by Indo-Portuguese cuisine from the former Portuguese colonies of Goa, Daman and Diu.

The Samosa is traditionally eaten fried. However, nowadays some people roast samosas in the oven.

Samosas are greatly appreciated in Portugal, competing with traditional Portuguese savoury items, namely rissoles, croquettes and cod cakes. Miniature versions can also be served as an hors d'oeuvre.

They are sold fried and ready-to-eat in restaurants. In supermarkets, they are sold as adeep-frozen product.

Samosas are a delight for those who like strong eastern flavours.

What characterises and distinguishes the samosas manufactured by TOP SABOR is their preparation with minced meat, seasoned with a harmonious combination of select, high quality herbs and a crunchy and crisp pastry, using a traditional Indian recipe. Our samosas are a unique flavour experience.

How to fold a Samosa


 

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