Samosas are one of those snacks that bridge the cultural divide.
Indians and non-Indians alike can attest to their flaky, mealy goodness. Typically made with maida or all-purpose flour and deep-fried, they may not be the healthiest snack, but I’ve made some substitutions for a more health-conscious option.
Those afraid of trying Indian food for fear the myths of spicy heartburn and a bloated belly might be true (they are—but that’s half the fun!) can dip a toe into Indian gastronomy by sampling a delicious and relatively safe samosa.
Chutney on the other hand…