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small turnover of Indian origin filled with vegetables or meat and fried and served hot

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A citizen Yasir Rehman says during the holy month of Ramadan I like to eat pakoras, samosas and dahi baray along with milkshakes and Rooh afza.
Of course, we could not go without his samosas which are also served with the dark tamarind sauce.
She said that although she bought different kinds of samosas, her children insisted on having cheese samosa for both Iftar and suhoor.
By the time she was done with the numerous photo sessions, the samosa was eaten just half and she left the plate.
The samosas are made in the UK, using delicate triangles of filo pastry, filled with four high quality fillings that are free from artificial colours and flavourings.
While many families prefer homemade samosas, the large number of samosa vendors proves the popularity of vendor-sold samosas.
Total polar compounds (TPC) were shown to be significantly lower in oil before frying than after frying of samosa and chicken.
For the samosa lay out one sheet of filo pastry and brush with melted butter, then place another layer on top and repeat until you have three layers.
Jimi Mistry at the It's A Wonderful Afterlifepremiere, (above left) a scene with Sally Hawkins (inset) a samosa.
Samosa makes a lovely light supper and it also works well as a starter, the goat's cheese filling tasting fantastic wrapped in crisp filo pastry.
Open the pouch and fill with three tbsp of the samosa filling.
Terming it "quite an accomplishment', the 75-year-old arranged for vada pao and samosa while shooting "in the wilds of Sofia."