Samosas are the quintessential Pakistani snack, available fresh on street corners and in village centers virtually any time of the day. There are as many samosa variations as there are rug designs so we will be making two varieties: Alu Mattar (Potato Pea) and Keema (Ground Beef)

Samosas are eaten with a variety of sauces, from a yogurt-based raita to a sweet sauce. We will be showing you how to make two apricot sauces reminiscent of a special samosa vendor in the historic Anarkali Market in Lahore.

Need any of the spices for this Cooking with Bunyaad time? We have them all in our downtown Lititz store or online! If you’ve never cooked with fair trade Burlap & Barrel Single Origin spices, you’re in for a real treat!

Cook along or just watch as we weave stories of rugs, Pakistani artisans & fair trade into our cooking. Now that we’re traveling more with work, Cooking with Bunyaad is held once a month, usually on a Sunday. Please join our mailing list to get notifications of our free, online cooking times.

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