Indian street food is considered by some to be the hidden gem of Indian cuisine. Most of the major cities in India such as Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Hyderabad boast about an ah-mazing street food dishes. I love Indian street food because not only are the appetizer-sized portions ideal, but there is NO skimping on the flavour right down to the tiniest morsel. Every region in our country has its specialities, but one can find Samosa in any part of India. Almost every person knows about the samosa as it is one of the top picks which gets consumed daily. Samosa Singh, a brainchild of Nidhi and Shikhar Singh, got its inception way back in Feb'2016. They came up with an idea of starting the Start-up named WoknStove Foodworks Pvt Ltd, which sells innovative samosas which leave no oil stains on one's palm. Samosa Singh started its operations from a small QSR outlet in Electronics City in Bangalore with a small workforce catering to home-deliveries as well. And since then, Samosa Singh has grown strong with its kiosks situated at INOX, PVR, Café Coffee Day and TCS & has close to seven outlets in Bangalore. Samosa Singh now operates out of a large highly automated kitchen that can easily meet the current order size of 10,000 samosas a day. They have now expanded their retail presence in Hyderabad and Pune, and will soon offer a direct-to-consumer frozen range. The fillings in the samosas range from chicken makhani (butter chicken) and Kadai paneer to chocolate. I was sent a basket of some of the savouries from the menu of Samosa Singh. Those included a Non-veg kebab platter consisting of Samosas with fillings of Chicken Chettinad, chicken keema & achari murg as well as a chicken kebab roll. I liked the samosa with the chicken keema as it had the delicious blend of minced chicken tossed along with some spices like garam masala, dry mango powder & chaat masala. The other samosas were also well-prepared catering to other taste buds. Even the chicken kebab roll is a good addition to the menu of a QSR chain like Samosa Singh. Next up, I tasted Dal kachori which is one of the most beloved Indian snacks. I liked the filling placed inside which was dal sauteed along with spices like garam masala, chilli powder, khus mixed with tamarind and a pinch of sugar & filled into a cover of maida and baking powder. This was a good dish paired up with the sweet & chilli sauce given alongside. Next up Chocossa, which is their trademarked product, has been put in three flavours namely caramel, peanut (the most popular), and orange. It subverts expectations by not piling out as chocolatey goo, allowing you to savour the samosa in small bites thereby enjoying the flavours in each & every bite. I loved the peanut butter chocossa as the amalgamation of chocolate along with peanut butter gave the dish a new twist wherein the sweet-tooth patrons are bound to fall for this particular creation of samosa. The main USP of Samosa Singh is their shape of the slightly puffed samosa which is not like the traditional samosa one gets on the streets of India. The samosas have an interlocked shape so that on cooking, the oil doesn’t go inside. They are only surface fried resulting in a lesser amount of injection of fat & calories into the samosa. And the samosas are quite pocket-friendly priced approximately priced between ₹15 and ₹100. For all the Samosa lovers out there, It is one experience you should have to get a different outlook to the traditional Indian Samosas.
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