Samosa cones filled with a delectable and tangy paneer stuffing, baked perfect!
Stuffed with peas this samosa recipe by Uma Singh from Farsaan restaurant is a great tea time snack.
The classic samosa recipe with a masala onion filling.
Fill this basic samosa dough with good things for a snacky treat!
Have had enough of aloo filled samosas? Then try making these moong dal samosas at home.
The classic Indian snack with a twist. Mushrooms replace the good old potato filling in this version of the samosa.
Move over, boring potatoes. It's time to fill the samosas with some noodles.
Pockets of dough stuffed with a potato mixture, deep fried. An all time favorite tea time snack!
Pockets of dough stuffed with a potato and pea mixture, deep fried. An all time favorite tea time snack!
The all time favorite tea time snack, only this time it is made with singhare ka atta (water chestnut flour). So now you can feast on these while fasting.
The humble samosa hot and spicy, is the star of a brand new musical, which pays homage to the snack considered a favourite among generations of students of the Mount St Mary's school here."The Samosa ...
On a rainy day, nothing can beat the pairing of one cup of chai and steaming samosas. Here are some of the best places to get this popular Indian snack.
Serendipitous. Everything on the other side of Shimla. It's getting discovered though, inch by lovely inch, and moving towards the tedium of predictability. So hurry, grab the last few moments of being able to be ...
Warning: You might never look at these foods the same way again!You battle high calorie foods on a daily basis. For example, during lunch when a happy colleague discovers that his loved one has packed ...
There are many dishes that are believed to be traditional Indian but they actually originated from Greek cuisine. Find out!
Indian chefs often experiment with the recipes and ingredients, true! But a spicy and crispy 'Crab Samosa' served with mango chutney is something that would surely make you think about the level of creativity and ...
'Yaar tune yahan ka samosa nahi khaaya?''WHAT? You've never had kulfi from this place?''You've never been to that XYZ paranthe wala and you still call yourself a Delhiite? Shame!'These are the things you might have ...
Although bhajjis and samosas are what come to mind when we think of monsoon food, there are several South Indian dishes that can give samosas a run for its money.
Rajasthani cuisine has a unique charm to it. It is interesting to see how a state, where water is so precious, tactfully uses locally available ingredients to create some lip-smacking dishes.