In Nepal’s eastern region, samosas are referred to as singadas, whereas the rest of the nation refers to them as samosas. It is a highly popular snack in Nepalese cuisine, much as it is in Indian cuisine. The meal is available for purchase from vendors in a variety of marketplaces and restaurants.
What is the origin of the samosa?
Despite the fact that we conceive of samosas as being indigenous to South Asia, they are actually of Central Asian and Middle Eastern heritage. Pastries were referred to as’sanbusak’ in Arab culinary books written between the 10th and 13th centuries, a term that was derived from the Persian word ‘Sanbosag’.
Do samosas live in India?
, who was born and raised in India.In the Middle East, where it was known as sambosa before the 10th century, the samosa is said to have first appeared.The Iranian historian Abolfazl Beyhaqi (995-1077) included it in his chronicle, Tarikh-e Beyhaghi, which was published in 1077.Samosas were first brought to the Indian subcontinent by traders from Central Asia in the 13th or 14th centuries, according to historical records.