samosa

[ UK /sæmˈə‍ʊsɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. small turnover of Indian origin filled with vegetables or meat and fried and served hot
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How To Use samosa In A Sentence

  • Crucially, the food items like samosas, pastries, puffs, wraps, sandwiches and the like as well as the water are to be periodically tested for quality, he promises.
  • Jais (UP), Mar 28: Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi stopped at Amethi roadside joint to relish a 'samosa' on Saturday. dailyindia.com News Feed
  • Underneath a towering Ferris wheel, stalls were selling tasty treats including spicy samosas, candyfloss, and sweets.
  • The starters arrive - a lacework dosa, some delicate golden samosas - and he tucks in. Times, Sunday Times
  • My samosa was a monster - it looked more like a Cornish pastie than the small crispy triangles you usually get - and was stuffed with vegetables.
  • The Ghandi special thali was apparently designed to act as a taster of a number of classic Indian dishes - seekh kebab, chicken tikka, samosa, onion bhaji and tandoori chicken.
  • In India, savoury samosas are usually served with a chutney of some sort.
  • He is drinking from a bottle of Indian beer, and eating a samosa, and grinning a suspiciously wide grin at Rebecca: THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE
  • A trio of lamb, chicken and vegetable samosas were, the rather tokenistic salad aside, great value at £3.75, all bursting with flavoursome ground meat and bright-eyed vegetables, all breezily seasoned with fresh herbs and spices. Lancaster's 10 best budget restaurants, pubs and cafes
  • Street food also is quite common for snacks and includes samosas, roti, curried rolls, soups, and noodles.
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