From Manchurian To Macaroni: 5 Weird Fillings That Are Ruining Our Desi Samosa

Moong Dal Samosa, anyone?

You think rosogulla with ketchup is a weird combination? Wait till you check out a few Samosa combos which clearly show that the trend of experimenting with food has just gone too far. We understand you can use anything as a filling but then what’s the point? Thinking out-of-the-box, sometimes, can result in rather not-so-great ideas.

Here are five times the simple samosa was ruined:

1. Japani Samosa
It’s neither associated with Japan nor does it look like an ordinary samosa. This tiny Chandni Chowk dhaba serves deep-fried puff pastry stuffed with peas and the traditional chholey. If it sounds appetizing, try’em at your own risk.

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Price: Rs 40
Manohar Japani Samose Wala, Shop No 38/240, Diwan Hall Road, Chandni Chowk

2. Manchurian Samosa
We love our Chinjabi foods but Manchurian inside samosa is just not acceptable. This small shop in Tri Nagar is offering Manchurian Samosa which has grated vegetables along with the Manchurian sauce.

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Price: Rs 30 per piece
Where: Samosa Street, G-83, Aggarwal millennium tower-2, Netaji Subhash Marg, Pitampura and DDA market, Sector-13, Rohini, Delhi

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3. Macaroni Samosa
After chowmein samosa, it’s time for macaroni samosa. Why combine two things that taste amazing individually and ruin your palette?

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Price: Rs 12 per piece
Where: Bittoo Samose Wala, E-291/19, Sector 3, Rohini

4. Moongdal Halwa Samosa
Medley Samosa Lounge has moong dal samosa on their menu. They offer samosa with moong dal halwa filling inside. So, it is a sweet samosa and the torture is also very, very sweet.

Moongdal halwa samosa (Photo: Dreamstime)

Price: Rs 30
Medley Samosa Lounge, C-4B/308 -A, Pocket 13, Janakpuri, New Delhi

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5. Pasta Samosa
Red Sauce Pasta Samosa or White Sauce Pasta Samosa, anyone? Kumar Samose Wala offers pasta-filled Samosa. So, now you neither can relish samosa, nor pasta. Bon appetit!

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Price: Rs 20 per piece
Where: Kumar Samose Wala, 2/31,Phase-3, New Moti Nagar