Introduction – World Samosa Day is celebrated every year on September 5 across the world to promote samosas as a delicious snack among common people. Samosas are a fried pyramid delicious snack that is filled with potatoes, peas, and cheese and mainly taken with tea. Samosas are fried pyramid-shaped dishes that are made up of potatoes, peas, and cheese with some other filling options.
Samosas are one of the most popular and delicious snacks in South Asia, the Middle East, Egypt, South Africa, and India. Samosas are also very popular and are taken as a snack in India. The main aim of this international day is to aware people of this global day and promote them to try samosas,
History – Firstly, samosas originated in the Middle East before the 10th century. Later it was brought to India by traders around the 13th and 14th centuries. Now, samosas are very popular and are available anywhere in restaurants, hotels, and roadside vendors. Presently, it is believed that samosas originated mainly in Persia texts that mentioned ‘Sanbosag’ and are an early relative of the samosa.
The samosas are becoming popular that are used as snacks item in the Indian subcontinent during the Mughal Empire. Later, samosas were introduced to the west that is mainly by Indian immigrants after the British colonized India. At present, the popularity of samosas is growing across the world including in India due to the South Asian and Indian immigrants who popularize this crunchy snack item through their restaurants.
Significance – Most of the people take samosa as a snack in India thus samosa is an important part of Indian cuisine. Samosas are also very tasty and popular in our country and can be getting popular across the world. When you are hungry at an office or any place then take samosa with tea and chutney as also lunch or snacks in the evening. Samosas are available as stuffed with potatoes and onion or a combination of several vegetables. Samosas also available in non-vegetarian forms for those people who like non-veg. You can celebrate this international day is to take a samosa with tea as a snack in the evening in any restaurant or home with your close friends or family members.