A samosa is a fried or baked dish with a savory filling. It may take different shapes, such as triangular, cone, or half-moon, depending on the region. The samosa originated in the Middle East prior to the 10th century. It was introduced to the Indian subcontinent in the 13th or 14th century by traders from Central Asia.
We offer the vegetable samosa: crisp pastries stuffed with spiced potatoes and green peas served with mint and tamarind chutney.
The ingredients include cubed potatoes, canola oil, onion, peas and carrots, garam masala, curry powder, kosher salt, and puff pastry. A small samosa is about 240 calories, containing carbs and saturated fats. Studies have shown that samosas can be fattening. We suggest serving samosas with a refreshing cucumber raita salad.
At Serene Cuisine of India, we serve Denver diners with a dazzling array of Indian dishes prepared in traditional methods honed over the centuries. We look forward to your first experience and visit with us.