In a world of tasty street snacks, samosas spontaneously won the hearts of many cooks, including the great Gordon Ramsay, and have remained people's favorite appetizer for many countless reasons.
They are delicious, yummy-puffy pastry, aren't too oily and fried to perfection. And yes, the crust is SO good.
For many restaurants, a Samosa is a beautiful addition to their menu, and if you are planning to start your food chain, you've got to think about the supply.
The samosa originated in the Middle East and Central Asia. And then spread to Africa, Southeast Asia, and elsewhere.
The term samosa and its variants cover a family of pastries and dumplings popular from north-eastern Africa to western China.
The samosa spread to the Indian subcontinent.in making to samosa deep-fried to a golden brown colour in vegetable oil.
They are served hot and consumed with ketchup or chutney, such as mint, coriander, or tamarind, or are served in chaat, along with the traditional accompaniments of yogurt, chutney, chopped onions, coriander, and chaat masala. Usually, samosas are eaten at tea time as a snack. They can also be prepared in a sweet form,
Ever wondered how big restaurants keep up with their samosa's demand? They invest in machinery that does the hard work for them.
FUMU Samosa Machine is a highly-recommended piece of equipment to produce samosa in precise texture. The unique facet of our samosa machine lies in the capability to maintain consistent quality, which makes it a perfect choice for bakeries, restaurants, supermarkets, and food companies. FUMU offer an extensive array of processing machines that is made using high quality raw materials and precision made parts. Widely applicable in the food industry, these processing machines are known for their efficiency and cost effective rates. These machines are available in our stock.