Sunday, May 31, 2009

Samosa Street Food

Traveling around India, one of the cheapest eats can be found at the stalls or directly on the street. Samosas is one fried food that can be found throughout India. In the predominantly vegetarian South India, the inside of the pastry is stuffed with flour, potatoes, onions, spices, fresh coriander, and green chilis. Some vegetarian samosas also contain peas or mint. While these fried snacks might not necessarily be the healthiest, they are definitely quick, cheap, and filling. And that's a good thing when you'd rather spend your money on textiles and crafts!

1 comment:

Bibi said...

Oh, boy, do these look good. I have had my lunch, but it wasn't nearly as tasty as a samosa.