Many believe Samosas originated in Central Asia in the 10th century and made it's way to India via the ancient trade routes. The Indian Samosa is most famous from a family of filled pastries or dumplings which were popular from North Africa to Western China.
Ancient Arab cookery books refer to Samosa as Sanbusak and this pronounciation is still used in Egypt, Syria and Lebanon. Today with the cosmopolitan nature of our cities Samosas are now popular in many parts of the world.
We at Chakula are certain that you will love these Samosas and hopefully will become a favourite in your home