Aloo Samosa, simply famous as samosa is a most succulent, delicious and a tasty bite. In Pakistan Aloo Samosa is the most famous street food. Orange Foods Expert‘s Aloo Samosas are a famous frozen food item in Pakistan. Frozen foods made by Orange Foods Expert are some of the most popular in the country, and for good reason.
Orange Foods Expert‘s Aloo Samosas have a tasty interior of spicy potatoes and a crunchy exterior, making them a great snack for any event. We’re simple to make and are great as a snack or starter. When it comes to making our products, Orange Foods Expert takes meticulous care in both the ingredients they use and the way we make them. All of the ingredients, including the potatoes and seasonings, are top-quality and freshly prepared.
Overall, everyone who appreciates tasty and handy frozen foods should give Aloo Samosas from Orange Foods Expert a try. We are one of the greatest frozen food producers in Pakistan because of their dedication to high standards of quality and flavor.
Nutritional Facts Of Aloo Samosa
Orange Foods Expert is the best frozen foods manufacturer. Our frozen foods products, like aloo samosas are full of nutrients. Orange Foods Expert prepares high quality frozen foods according to the rule of hygiene. However, the nutritional facts of Aloo Samosa are given below:
Orange Foods Expert‘s 100 gram aloo samosa has 262 calories. It has 17 grams of fat which include 7.1 grams of saturated fat, 0.6 grams of trans fat, 4.8 grams of polyunsaturated fat and 4.2 grams of monounsaturated fat. Moreover, it also accumulates 27 mg cholesterol and 423 mg sodium.
Orange Foods Expert‘s samosas contain 24 grams of carbohydrates which include 2.1 grams of dietary fiber and 1.6 grams of sugars. Additionally, it accumulates 3.5 grams of proteins and 189.1 mg of potassium. However, you can verify these facts and figures from nutritionix.
Instructions for preparation
As mentioned above, Orange Foods Expert is a frozen foods manufacturer. We produce ready to cook foods which are frozen below the zero Celsius. We freeze them to maintain the quality and taste of the foods. Actually, aloo samosa is in frozen form. Before, frying the samosas, kindly follow the instructions given below:
- Start by heating oil in a deep fryer or a large, deep pan over high heat.
- Remove the samosas from the freezer and let them thaw at room temperature for 10 to 15 minutes.
- When the samosas have thawed, place them carefully but in batches into the hot oil.
- Turn the samosas over halfway through cooking to ensure even browning and let them fry for 8 to 10 minutes.
- Fry the samosas until golden brown, then take them from the oil with a slotted spoon and drain them on paper towels.
- Dipping sauce or chutney of choice recommended.
Note: For properly cooked, crisp samosas, make sure the oil is hot enough to fry them in before you add them. You shouldn’t over-fry the samosas or the filling may get dry.