Nutritional Value Facts
Have a look at the breakdown of the nutrition facts of 100 grams of Fish Samosa
Fat: 17 grams
Cholesterol: 31 milligrams
Carbohydrates: 24 grams
Sodium: 500 milligrams
Protein: 15 grams
Fish samosas give a healthy kick to the conventional Indian fried appetizer. So, this is why fish samosas are good for you!
- Cardiovascular health: It prevents the chances of clogs and heart attacks compared to other fried foods.
- Eye Health: The omega-3 fatty acid protects our eye vision and eye nerves and prevents cataracts and night blindness.
- Mental Health: Fish regulates brain health and helps cure depression-related mental health problems.
- Osteoporosis: Fish contains calcium, thereby strengthening bone health and preventing osteoporosis.
- Low Cholesterol: These fish snacks are light on the stomach, low in fat, and do not build fat in the body.
- Cancer: Regular intake of healthy nonvegetarian fish samosas prevents prostate, breast, ovary, and colon cancer.
- Metabolism: These fish samosas are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids that produce leptin and improve metabolism in the body.
Fish Samosa Packages are neatly packed in small packets that can be conveniently handled. They can be easily taken out and fried for 3 minutes in hot oil, as you don’t need to thaw them.
Texture & Taste
The Fish Samosa texture and taste are crunchy due to the thin wrapping. As you bite in, enjoy the juicy flavours of fish, herbs, and spices mixed well. They are free of artificial tastemakers, and only fresh ingredients are used in the products.
Fish samosas are great with a garlic dip, some salsa, or even some schwezan sauce. Try making Fish Samosa Frittata for a change. Just beat a couple of eggs and keep them aside. Fry your samosas. Chop onions, ginger, green chilies, coriander leaves. Add them to your eggs, season them, and mix well. Finally, add the roughly chopped, fried fish samosas and mix. Take a tawa, heat oil and put the whole mix in, and let it cook on medium heat for 8 minutes on each side. Serve hot!