Kolkata Phulkopir Singara (10 pcs)
Bengalis look forward to nothing more on winter evenings than a batch of hot-off-the-oil fried snack and a cup of sweet, milky tea. Once such snack is the delicious (may we even say nutritious?) Kolkata-style Phulkopir Singara. It is a landmine of flavour and texture, which come from the cauliflower, Aloo, spices, and nuts used.
Phulkopir Singara | Bengali Cauliflower Samosa | 10 pcs. Party Pack
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Fulkopir Singara | Bengali Cauliflower Samosa (Party Pack)
Singara was all that a Bengali could ask for when it rains ludicrously for all day long. Singara and a cup of chai...perhaps someone has never wanted anything so badly!! Singara is not that hard to make, however, there are some common pitfalls. You need to ensure that you have the right “moyen” which is the amount of oil in your dough. This will decide how crisp your singara will be. Too much oil results in brittleness. The local stores use dalda and other stuff to make over-crispy samosas, so that they can sell it through out the whole day. It’s not healthy and we will refrain from that.
Bengali singara is little different than samosa, mainly because of the stuffing and also the shape. Singara making has basically three steps. Firstly you need to make the dough. Second step is to prepare the stuffing and final step is stuff-fold & fry. In short the whole thing is little time taking. But it definitely worth :)
These "Singara" is specially made in Winter, as Cauliflower is the popular vegetable of this season. "Phulkopir Singara" is made with stir fried cauliflower & potatoes along with some Bengal spices. It goes well with a cup of ginger tea.
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Monilum Foodies, expert in North Indian, Bengali & Oriya dishes serving in Hyderabad since last three years. They are greatest choice for Bengali food lovers in Hyderabad. The Bengalis in Hyderabad swear by their quality and consistency when it comes to food. Their prime goal towards customer is to offer Value for Money every time.
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