There are two types of people in this world, one who bite into their samosas from the top into the aloo-filled center and the others who just simply break the crust and hope that someone else eats the aloo.
Like croissants and all are great, but raise your hand if you have ever ordered a samosa only to eat its crispy crust and ditch the soggy aloo inside?
Come on you’ll be lying to yourself if you say no. I’m sure you must have been tempted by the sinful flaky crust of the samosa once if not more.
You know how Elaine in Seinfeld had the idea of a store just selling muffin tops? I want to start selling just samosa bottoms. pic.twitter.com/wajJ7uvVji— Gaurav Sabnis 🇮🇳🇺🇸 (@gauravsabnis) July 2, 2020
Now I know, aloo lovers will majorly hate us crust lovers but deep down even they know that without the crunchy crust, their samosa is just a very sad-looking, mushy aloo ki sabzi.
As a self-proclaimed potato, I love aloo but I don’t know why people don’t understand that the sloppy aloo stuffing actually has a tendency to make the samosa crust soggy.
Like if you want to have aloo with something moderately crispy so bad, just grab a plate of aloo-puri along with some green and red chutney.
You know how there’s always this one person in a group who says that they don’t like samosas but are the first ones to detach the crispy papdi off of your samosa and take a bite? Yeah, hold on to those friends because they have great taste.
The truth is you can’t blame your friends for sneakily stealing your crust because there are no options for getting a samosa without aloo. Like what are people who love the papdi of the samosa supposed to do?