Samosas with Yellow Curry & Tamarind $7.95

Vegetarian - Nut free - Spicy (medium)

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Samosas with Yellow Curry & Tamarind by Chef Nirjala Raut Pandit

Chef Nirjala Raut Pandit

Chef Nirjala Raut Pandit

• Independent chef
• Experience in local Indian restaurants, private catering
• Inspired by natural ingredients, all scratch prepared

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A samosa is a fried or baked pastry with a savory filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, and peas. I serve mine with a tamarind sauce for dipping and a side of yellow peas curry.

  • ⓞ Oven 350F, 10-15 min (preferred)
  • ⓜ Microwave Samosa 1-2 min, Curry, 1.5-2.5 min
  • Heat samosas covered 8 min, then uncovered until crisp and heated through
  • Stir peas halfway through heating
  • Serve with tamarind sauce for dipping

Ingredients Ingredients

flour, cumin seed, salt, butter, oil, potato, onion, green pea, cilantro, turmeric, cumin, coriander, chili powder, tomato, garlic, ginger, yellow chick pea

Star Reviews (6)

Shaina P.

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Great flavors!

Charlann H.

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Very good and I plan to order it again today for family members.

Rosa Y.

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Very tasty!

Barbara S.

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nice small plate

Hiram W.

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Very good, authentic flavor and nice fat samosas

Kim C.

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This is a tricky score to give. Maybe 2.5 stars for the samosas themselves, but a solid 4 stars for the pea curry.

The samosas are small, and don't have much filling compared to the amount of dough. The dough itself is strange - it reminded both of us of the kind of batter you'd see on fish and chips, and is greasy. So most bites all you get is greasy fried dough, and a few selected middle bites have some filling.

The pea curry is a generous portion and is really fantastic. It doesn't necessarily make sense with the samosas but we had some rice handy and ate it with that.