Sukhi’s Potato Samosa
Samosas – flaky pastries with savory fillings – are a popular finger food in the Middle East and Asia, especially India and Pakistan where the fillings are often made of potatoes, onions, peas, lentils, and sometimes poultry or meat. In the United States, samosas are widely available at Indian restaurants, supermarkets, and most recently, at grocery stores in the frozen food section under the name of Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods: Indian Bites.
Sukhi’s Potato Samosas are crunchy pastry triangles filled with a flavorful blend of potatoes, green peas, and spices. With no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives, Sukhi’s Potato Samosas are a great snack or appetizer, especially with the tangy and zesty cilantro chutney dipping sauce included in the box. Made of water, cilantro, peanuts, garlic, evaporated cane juice, jalapeño, vinegar, ginger, salt, and lemon juice concentrate, the Cilantro Chutney dipping sauce simply needs to be defrosted and served.
Each samosa is 1 ounce (28 grams) and has 65 calories, 1 gram of protein, 3 grams of fat, 1 gram of fiber, virtually no sugar, and 100 grams of sodium. The 12-ounce box contains 12 potato samosas and one packet of Cilantro Chutney sauce and sells for approximately $5.
Sukhi’s Potato Samosas can be found in the freezer section in Fresh Market, Whole Foods, Costco, Sprouts, Safeway, Giant, Stop & Shop and more (see the company locator service for a listing of stores by zip code: www.sukhis.com). Store in the freezer until ready to use. Place the frozen samosas on a tray and bake in a preheated 375 degree oven for 20-25 minutes. Allow to cool for a few minutes and serve.
To read more about Sukhi’s Potato Samosas and the full product line, go to the company website: www.sukhis.com.