ARE YOU INTERESTED IN RETAILING THESE SCRUMPTIOUS SAMOSAS CONTACT ME ON 07722323581, will deliver on demand, Lydiard Millicent, Cricklade, Purton, Swindon, Royal Wootton Bassette, Wroughton will deliver at least 30 miles out of swindon with a delivery charge of £8 minimum orders £75.00.
Inspected and approved by Swindon Borough Council.
7 DAYS A WEEK ORDERS TAKEN, DELIVERED, DAILY, TEXT or CALL
Samosas do not contain eggs, diary, nuts, ghee.
These mouth-watering delights have originated from my mum (family recipe).
The samosas are crispy, moist and succulent, bursting with juicy flavours at your first bite. Packed to the brim with delicious greens. Traditional dry herbs are used and added with freshly made masala to enhance the taste that provides that unique flavour.
The pastry, greens are purchased locally and each order will be freshly made upon order placed.
Fillings include extra healthy turkey mince, chicken, beef, lamb, vegetables (for our vegetarian friends).
If you like that extra heat, request for chutney made with coriander, chilli ...mmm you will absolutely love it!
BUT, don't take my word for it, try it for yourself, as many have, BUT be warned, you'll be back! :-)
I hope you enjoy eating them as much as I have enjoyed making them!
All my customers have tried various samosas, however after tasting these little wonders ...well, you only need to read their testimonials, The difference is really in the filling, ingredients and herbs used... try 'em' or order a mixed batch!
You are more than welcome to ask for a sample before you order (your welcome to call me and discuss further)
Prices are based per dozen, Or you can order individual samosas at £1.00 each (mixed) and needs to complete a batch of 12.
Simply text, email or call to place your required quantity.
Samosa perfect for parties, events, local businesses within Wiltshire, or for any occassion.
My mother from the State of Gujrat, India moved to Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) after she got married to my dad. My grand father had also migrated to South Africa then moved to Rhodesia, was a business man and built a soap factory and Bakery and built double storey apartments in the town I was born... he was a pioneer at the time. It was a long while before both my parents started their own business my dad his bakery in the early 1980's . For my mum It all began...when my she opened a cafe in 1979 in Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe, when I was a young child.
I was ever so ready to observe and learn the family recipe. It was a popular snack on the menu.
The samosas were known far and wide in the country, the locals, boarding school students, and travellers from neighbouring countries would purchase these frozen or cooked.
These are still sold today (almost 40 years!) my retired parents make a small living and pass their time chatting to the locals and passer-bys who still come to the cafe.