Taste test: These bagged samosas were smaller than the Haldiram's Samosas and seemed to be filled with a spicy snack mix, chopped not quite so finely as the filling of the Haldiram's ones, so the individual elements of the filling could be discerned, rather than forming a uniform mixture.
The exterior was a bit on the crunchy/crumbly side. As a result of that and the loose interior, these were a bit messy to eat, with bits of outside and inside flying in various directions if you just bit in, rather than just popping the whole samosa into the mouth (and they were generally small enough to do this). The filling was very tasty and fairly spicy, receiving high ratings from most of our snackers for a good spicy taste, but people were more mixed on the overall experience, as it's tough to get the texture in a bagged samosa to come close to one that was freshly made.
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Smell test: Just some mild Indian spices.
From the package: “Fried Patties stuffed with savories” ... “Fresh from the stable of Kohinoor Foods, we present to you the wide range of Authentic Indian Namkeens. This anytime-snack is sure to make you reach out for more. With the variety that would leave your taste pallets satisfied in every sense, these munchy snacks are perfect companions for all those times which memories are made of.” ... “100% vegetarian”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Ocean State Job Lot. Review published .