TAZA Bulk Chatpatta Samosas are a kind of yummy snack that lots of people enjoy, especially in India. They're like small, crispy pockets filled with a tasty mixture of potatoes and peas. The potatoes and peas are cooked with special spices that make them spicy and tangy.
Flour, water, oil, salt, potatoes, peas, spices (like cumin, coriander, and special masala), chili peppers, salt, ginger, and garlic.
How to enjoy it:
You can eat it with special green or tamarind sauces that make it taste even better.
Try crushing the samosas and adding yogurt, sauces, chopped onions, tomatoes, and crunchy chickpea noodles on top. It's like a tasty mix!
You can also use the samosas to make wraps with veggies and a little sauce.
Keeping it fresh:
Put the samosas in your freezer at 0°F (-18°C).
To keep them from getting icy, keep them in a bag or container that closes tightly.
Cooking made easy:
Heat oil in a pan and add frozen samosas to it. Fry them until they are golden brown and crispy.
The perfect ingredient for making your own homemade spring rolls. Made with high-quality ingredients, these wrappers are easy to use and versatile, allowing you to create a wide variety of delicious spring roll recipes. Just fill with your favorite filling, roll up, and fry or bake for a crispy and delicious appetizer or snack. TAZA Bulk Spring Roll Wrappers are the perfect choice for creating delicious and authentic spring rolls right in the comfort of your own home.
TAZA Frozen Vegetable Samosas are a popular type of appetizer or snack that consists of a crispy pastry filled with a mixture of spiced vegetables. They are commonly enjoyed as finger food, often served with chutneys or sauces for dipping.
Wheat flour, water, vegetable oil, salt, potatoes, green peas, carrots, spices (such as cumin, coriander, and turmeric), salt, and oil.
Heat oil in a deep pan or fryer to about 350°F (175°C).
Carefully place frozen samosas into the hot oil, without overcrowding the pan.
Fry for about 5-7 minutes, turning occasionally, until they become golden brown and crispy.
Use a slotted spoon to remove them from the oil and place them on a paper towel-lined plate to drain excess oil.
Let them cool slightly before eating.
Keep the frozen samosas in the freezer.
Leftovers can be kept in a closed container in the freezer.
Enjoy samosas as snacks with dips like mint or tamarind chutney.
You can slice onions, tomatoes, and cilantro for more flavors.
TAZA Chatpata Samosas are a delicious take on the classic desi snack. Filled with a tangy mixture of potatoes and peas, these crispy pockets are seasoned with special spices that give them a unique spicy and savory flavor.
Ways to enjoy:
Enjoy our chatpata samosas with green or tamarind chutney for a traditional taste, crush, and top with yogurt, sauces, and veggies for a chaat-style treat, or use them to make creative wraps.
Easy to prepare:
These samosas are easy to cook and serve, perfect for a quick snack or as part of a larger meal. Just heat them up and enjoy the crispy, flavorful goodness.
TAZArsquo;s delicious pizza has been hand-stretched to perfection, topped with a savory and tangy pizza sauce and a generous helping of melted mozzarella cheese. Its the perfect meal that you can enjoy anytime, without having to worry about prepping or waiting for delivery. Simply keep it stored in the freezer, and when youre ready to enjoy it, pop it in the oven and let it bake to perfection. Its an easy way to enjoy classic Italian any time of the day.
Middle-Eastern deep-fried rounded dough made from ground chickpeas, fava beans, herbs and spices. A nutritious vegetarian meal that can be used in wraps, salads, sandwiches etc. Keep frozen. Vegetarian.
TAZA Punjabi Samosas are a yummy snack that lots of people like. They're made by hand with thin and crispy dough, and inside, they have spicy potatoes and peas. You get 25 of them in a box that's not soft. They're already made and frozen, so you can cook them easily whenever you want.
Potatoes, peas, onions, flour, water, salt (for dough)
To make them taste the best, you should fry these samosas before you eat them. Here's how:
Put oil in a deep pan.
Put the frozen samosas gently in the hot oil.
Cook them until they're golden and crispy, usually for about 5 to 7 minutes.
Take them out of the oil and put them on a paper towel so they're not too oily.
Fun ways to try:
- Samosa chaat: Break some samosas into pieces and add onions, tomatoes, yogurt, sauces, and spices for a yummy chaat.
- Samosa wraps: Open a samosa and put the inside in a wrap with veggies and sauce you like.
- Samosa pie: Thaw and chop the samosas, mix with beaten eggs, and bake to make a tasty pie.
Enjoy the savory flavors of TAZA Spinach and Cheese Puff Pastry. Made with flaky and buttery puff pastry, these delicious treats are filled with a tasty combination of spinach and cheese. Keep them in the freezer and simply bake them whenever you feel hungry. Perfect for a quick snack or as a crowd-pleasing appetizer for get togethers or family reunions.