Translation of samosa in Spanish:


samosa, n.

Pronunciation /səˈmoʊsə//səˈməʊsə/



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    samosa feminine
    • The starters we ordered, vegetable pakora and meat samosas, were excellent.
    • My wife, Jayne, enjoyed the mini savoury selection which consisted of crunchy onion bhajis, aloo tikkas, spinach pakoras and vegetable samosas all deep fried and served with two dips.
    • The more convenience-minded can also pick up dishes to go - vegetable samosas, tandoori sandwiches and the like are also available.
    • He limited himself to a small bowl of curried pumpkin soup, passing up the Greek salad and spicy chicken samosas prepared by the island's superb chefs.
    • In India, savoury samosas are usually served with a chutney of some sort.
    • Then you could move onto some deliciously cooked and wonderfully arranged bhajis, shish kebabs or samosas.
    • Crucially, the food items like samosas, pastries, puffs, wraps, sandwiches and the like as well as the water are to be periodically tested for quality, he promises.
    • Whatever you choose, you're sure to enjoy nibbling on crispy papadums and tasty vegetable samosas - fresh vegetables and spices wrapped in a light pastry and deep fried - as you sip through your selection.
    • As a result, you're always hearing tales about the perfect slice of pizza in distant Flatbush, say, or the incomparable samosa in far-off Jackson Heights.
    • Where else in Kochi, but Kadavanthara can one find people enjoying bhel puris, paani puris, paav bhajis, gol gappas and samosas from the row of chaat stalls.
    • The menu covers the usual selections expected in an Indian restaurants, with the vegetarian starters generally under B.100 including vegetable pakora or samosas.
    • We tried vegetable samosas, butter chicken and rogan josh with biriani rice, all of which were very good and made to order.
    • There are Indian samosas filled with coriander-scented duck confit.
    • In the meantime, check out her restaurant for excellent curries, samosas, bhajis and, yes, pakora.
    • Mombasa is known for its Indian foods brought by the numerous immigrants from the subcontinent, including curries, samosas, and chapatti, a fried bread.
    • The starters of vegetable pakora and samosas were first rate and served with several tangy sauces.
    • Indian food (such as chapattis, a flat bread; samosas, vegetable or meat-filled pastries; and masala, a spiced rice dish), is widely available in all urban areas.
    • Street food also is quite common for snacks and includes samosas, roti, curried rolls, soups, and noodles.
    • Vadas, samosas, and spring rolls are being added now.
    • It is common to see white Americans and Hispanics picking their fruits, vegetables and milk at Indian grocery stores and yes, the occasional packet of samosas and spices too.