Notes, Exercises, Videos, Tests and Things to Remember on My Favorite Food: Samosa
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Our world is filled with many ranges of foods. Which food is your favourite? Each food is different on the basis of their taste. People have different choices of food according to place, culture and tradition. Because I am from Nepal, I follow many cultures and enjoy the variety of food items. Among them is Samosa, which is an Asian food.
Samosa is a vegetarian's food. It is made out of two parts: the inner part and the outer part which envelopes the other one. Samosa looks like a pyramid in shape. The inner part is the mixture of potato and other spices. The outer one is the paste of flour which wraps inner part.
After frying for a while in oil it is ready for serve. Samosas are served with pickles and mostly with other spicy vegetables. The smell of onion, oil, ginger and spices always make my mouth water.I like the ravishing smell of samosa and the pickle which comes with it. Whenever I see the restaurants which serve samosa, I commemorate the yummy and appetising taste. Red, hot and big samosa with a pleasant smell that attracts any eye. Crushing the outermost part is my favourite. I can eat ten samosas in a single sitting. People think of it as a junk food but I don't. It is because we can make it healthy if we want.
Also, with peanuts, and grains inside of it which are the best served in different restaurants, are getting famous day by day. I am happy that there are much more samosa lovers like me. who promotes it.
Samosa looks like a pyramid in shape.
There are two parts in a samosa. They are the Inner layer and Outer layer.
Samosa served with pickles and other spicy vegetables.
The writer is happy because he knows that there are more samosa lovers like him.
The writer is from Australia.
Samosa is a vegetarian’s food.
Samosa fried in honey oil.
Samosa is made of three layers.
Peas are also included in some Samosas.
Meaning of wrap is?
Commemorate defined as?
A meaning of appetising is?