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It’s hard to walk 15 minutes through India’s financial hub without finding street hawkers offering samosa, pakora, and other fried gems for pocket change.
Instagram and Pinterest posts feature Indian recipes and food newsletters flood the electronic in-box with curries, samosa, aloo tikki and pakora.
Jalal Khan of Naperville was enjoying a plate of vegetarian samosa along with his grandson Vetri Anand, 11, also of Naperville.
Vinit was there, along with his mother, Desh, who served delicious homemade samosas while Vinit’s wife and two children were watching tennis in the living room.
The restaurant keeps bottles of fiery hot sauce on every table for those interested in spicing up the delightfully crunchy samosas.
Great for: Anyone who loves Southeast Asian cuisine or has visited a Burma Superstar outpost in Alameda or Oakland, as well as San Francisco — and longs to cook those fragrant curries and chewy samosas.
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Origin and Etymology of samosa
First Known Use: 1932See Words from the same year
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