An Indian pastry filled with vegetables and spices such as spicy potatoes, onions, and peas, samosas (/ smos /) are fried or baked and served as an appetizer. There are several distinct shapes that may be found depending on the region, such as triangle, cone, and half-moon. Chutney is typically served with samosas, which have been around since the Middle Ages or perhaps before that.
What is the difference between samosa and pie?
1 of 4 Samosa: (noun) a tiny turnover of Indian origin that is filled with veggies or meat and cooked till golden brown and eaten immediately. 2) Samosa (noun): A dish baked in a pastry-lined pan, generally with a pastry top, that is similar to a pie.