समोसा in Spain | Street Food

That’s right. You can Wikipedia that shit, too. “समोसा” is Hindi for “samosa,” a savory Indian pastry shaped like a hat you would see George Washington wearing. Filled with veggie delectables, such as potatoes, peas, onions, and lentils, this sometimes-spicy, hand-held edible is fried-up like what (say what!). Colonialism and economic exploitation aside, cross-cultural pollination is so cool, especially when it results in street-food vendors hawking samosas on your weekend trip to Barcelona. The samosa featured here was cold and needed (lots) more coriander, but I was nonetheless grateful for my afternoon repast. Besides, eating food with your bare hands is always better, because it means you get to lick your fingers.

From Berlin with love, Abs xx

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