We all love to eat spicy and crunchy snacks. If stuffed with chickpeas, nuts etc, it becomes more satisfying and fulfilling. We also have a knack for experimenting with dishes and giving even an imported cuisine a desi twist. For instance, the desi Chinese recipes have attained a life of their own and they have, arguably, become more popular than the original Chinese recipes. However, not all crossover dishes become successful. But they do catch the eyeballs for their weird experiment! Consider this: an eatery at Delhi airport has experimented with a pastry of Austrian origin and moulded it into a desi snack – called “Cramosa”.
A Cramosa is a crossover between a Croissant and a Samosa. The snack is priced at Rs 170 (exclusive of taxes). A Twitter user has shared its image and everyone appears to be either curious or bewildered by it.
— Priyal (@priyal) April 14, 2022
A person described the idea behind Cramosa as “innovation at its finest”.
Innovation at its finest.— Chinmay Bhogle (@chinmaybhogle) April 14, 2022
Another gave the attempt a “10/10”, saying he would try it.
10/10 would try it..looks yum.— Amit Lakhani (@VeniVidiVici_08) April 14, 2022
But most people appeared astonished by the recipe.
Some also referred to the high price of the snack.
Looks tasty but unaffordable ????????— Yash Kumar (@antilogyk) April 14, 2022
What nai 170 rupae ????— Roshan (@damnrosh) April 14, 2022
Meanwhile, if you missed our humble aloo samosa, you can fry it at home without much effort. Try this recipe.
Samosas are one of the most preferred tea-time snacks across the country. They are also popular street food and available in most parts of the country. With time, however, the snack has evolved and some people have replaced the classic potato mixture filling with other mouth-watering ingredients – such as paneer, keema, chocolate, and fried moong dal. All these variations are mouth-watering.
What did you think of the Cramosa? Tell us in the comments.