6 different types of Samosas and where to avail them in Vizag

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When it comes to satisfying an Indian foodie, few things can compete with the good old samosas. With crisp layers that are stuffed with flavourful potato stuffings, samosas come as the all-season foods. However, thanks to the culinary inventiveness, different types of samosas have been coming into existence to spoil us for choice. Here are 6 such different types of samosas that you can avail in Vizag.

#1 CORN SAMOSA

This appetizing snack offered by Sweet Magic is a delicacy for all corn lovers out there. The corn pieces are spiced up with masala and are served hot with a delicious chutney. One can also visit Bajjis in Gajuwaka to devour this corn snack.

#2 DAHI SAMOSA

This crunchy, crispy and flavorful dahi snack is a real treat when it is topped with sev, curd and fresh coriander leaves. The delight is not only colourful by the appearance of different chutneys but also leaves you with an ecstatic feeling. One of the more popular places to hog on this food is opposite HSBC.

#3 DRY SAMOSA

This is usually stuffed with gathia, dry fruits and spices. It can be stored for a long duration. There might be an umpteen number of places in Vizag for you to indulge in this snack, Karachi bakery being the more popular one.

#4 MUTTON SAMOSA

This will be a delight for the meat lovers besides the one made with chicken. The mutton samosa is available in Paradise bakery, at Gajuwaka for just Rs 15 only.

#5 CLASSIC ALOO SAMOSA

Potato is not just a vegetable, it’s an emotion. We all might have gone to many places to have this snack filled with aloo, but we would suggest you to try it at Mohan sweets, Gajuwaka, for its crispy and mouth-watering snack. The stuffing is spicy and is mixed with carrot, peas and potato.

#6 CLASSIC ONION SAMOSA

Finely chopped onion with “secret” spices is what makes MVP Colony’s samosas stand as the crowd favorite. One must not miss this place if you are a diehard fan of this South Indian originated snack.

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