Palak Paneer but in the form of a Samosa? A bizarre dish has aroused the curiosity of the Internet

Palak Paneer but in the form of a Samosa?  A bizarre dish has aroused the curiosity of the Internet
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When it comes to teatime snacks, there are certain foods that are our all-time favorites. A crispy samosa is a delicious food that we love to savor every time. Whether in our office canteen or at a street vendor, no one can resist a crunchy samosa. Samosa is typically made from an all-purpose dough filled with potatoes and spices. Recently, however, a street food vendor conducted an interesting experiment with the usual samosa recipe. Was he wondering what it was? Nothing short of a palak paneer samosa. Check out the full video here:

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The palak paneer samosa video was shared by a popular Instagram page @officialsahihai. Shared to Instagram Reels, the video has received more than 4.1 million views and 90.3k likes. In the clip, the entire making of the palak paneer samosa was shown. The vendor is called Sahni Sweets and is located in Ambala. “Palak Paneer wale Samose Khaye Kabhi,” the blogger asked in the caption.
To prepare the palak paneer samosa, an outer shell or ‘palak patra’ was first prepared. This was then filled with a spicy paneer masala filling. So instead of palak paneer sabzi, this samosa gave it an interesting twist. These samosas are then deep-fried until golden brown!
Internet users were very curious to try the interesting and unique samosa recipe. Some felt that these strange innovations needed to be stopped. “Enough in God’s name,” one user wrote, while another said: “Experiment with food nowadays but samosa should be in aloo!” Others commented that the oil was quite blackened and needed to be changed as it was unhealthy to fry in that oil. “5 for hygiene, -4 for black oil,” wrote one user.
What did you think of the palak paneer samosa? Let us know in the comments if you would try this.

About Aditi AhujaAditi loves to talk and meet like-minded foodies (especially those who like veggie momos). More points if you get his bad jokes and sitcom references, or if you recommend a new place to eat.


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