It can be in the morning breakfast or in the evening snacks, the love for Samosa has never-ending. Samosa day is celebrated as a day to cherish and celebrate the essence as well as flavor. Every year samosa day is on the 5th of September.
The food itself is an innovation that is a part of the fried items of Indian savors. Stalls on the street side or in restaurants the flavor of Samosas is mouthwatering. Grandma’s kitchen to the grandson’s kitchen the recipes are prepared with exceptional add-ons to increase the taste of the food.
History to celebrate the Samosa day
The making and invention of the Samosa in India are hundreds of years old. Each corner of India knows to prepare it with individual recipe ideas. But the main ingredient of Samosa is the potato smash inside that gives the salty, spicy flavor and the external is a crispy hot layer.
The occurrence of the Samosa was observed in Persian literature. It mentions the food that grew popular over time in Asia as well as in Africa continents. Making and preparing do not need many expensive items and is the best treatment when hungry.
Though it is not a native dish the Indians have it at the core of their heart. Sweet chutney or spicy, tomato ketchup, in any dip the food is ready to blend for flavor. As it is the one that anytime an Indian will like to taste. Therefore, the savor that exists at the core of the mind and soul encourages us to celebrate Samosa day.
It is for all ever after…
The preparation is loved by all, at the same time it can be made as per taste and ingredients available. Few may have it with stuffed potatoes, while some enjoy vegetables. Spicy or sweet paneer inside or some chicken stuffed into the samosa. The concept of stuffing with hot crispy layers makes it the favorite, with or without a cup of tea.
It may be fat with potatoes inside or flat with paneer crushes inside. With time the shapes and flavors are also adding to the types of Singaras.
From young to old age, enjoy savoring that gives happiness to the soul apart from filling the stomach. It is easy to make at home, as the ingredients are always present in the kitchen. It enables preparing any type on any day.
Traveling from the north of India to the south, east to west the presence of the Samosas is seen. The incorporation of the essence of tradition, state, and culture in food creates a difference. The change can be realized moving states, where the east may look for sweet chutneys, and the west may look for spice. Coconut stuffed Samosas are also a creative invention that is made during festive occasions.
As per the requirement and mood, the customized flavor gives birth to new Samosa recipes. Over time the widespread of Samasa has increased which has made it mandatory to celebrate Samosa day.