The cobbled streets of Old Delhi and narrow by-lanes of Jaipur unfold various stories through the wide range of street food that they have to offer, frompyazkachori to jalebiand chholebhature. A huge aspect of India's culinary culture is its street food. There's so much more to talk about when it comes to the flavours of Indian street food, which not only inspire us to take out our phones and start clicking pictures for our Instagram profile but also motivate us to try and recreate them in our kitchen. While walking through the bustling streets, one can never be lost. But if you ever are, fret not; you will probably catch the aroma of hot piping samosas still hissing from the hot kadhai that will lead your senses.
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Samosa is one of the most popular street foods in India. This iconic tea-time snack has ruled millions of hearts since its inception. The stellar street food has also managed to gain some international limelight – do you remember when Prince Harry tried to sneak one samosa at the charity ball organised by the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle? Even in India, many cafes and restaurants tried to experiment with traditional recipes of samosas and came up with a range of interesting fusion samosa dishes like chocolate samosa, pasta samosas and noodle samosa. But, there's one more version of samosa that is simply amazing and resembles the classic aloo samosa – we are talking about delicious onion samosa. Also known as Irani samosa, onion samosa is different in size than the usual aloo samosas but tastes even better than that. With onion masala filling inside, these samosas can be easily prepared and served when you have surprise visits at home by friends and family.
Here's a recipe of onion samosa shared by Alpa Modi on her YouTube channel ‘Something's Cooking With Alpa'. She has shared a step-by-step recipe of these yummy delights so that you can easily prepare them in the comforts of your kitchen.