Sunday, January 25, 2015

Samosa enterprise generates an enhanced income level for SEVAI women SHGs

Samosa production of SEVAI women SHG Member

Samosa enterprise gives an enhanced income level for SEVAI women SHGs.SEVAI Women Self Help Groups produce samosa for sales in Tea stall and cinema houses etc. In general, Samosa enterprise is a micro-enterprise considered a small business and most micro-enterprises are family businesses employing one or two persons. These micro entrepreneurs operate micro enterprises by choice. Most micro enterprise owners women SHGS of SEVAI are primarily interested in earning a living to support themselves and their families. They only grow the business when something in their lives changes and they need to generate a larger income. This Micro enterprise is a common aspect in business communities of Women Self Help Groups promoted by SEVAI and OFI/Society General. Samosa production and sales is a micro enterprise and the samosa contains a Maida Flour shell stuffed with some filling, generally a mixture of mashed boiled potato, onion, green peas, spices and green chili. The entire pastry is then deep fried to a golden brown colour, in vegetable oil. It is served hot and is often eaten with fresh Indian chutney.Alamelu, the SHG samosa cook mentions that it has three stages of making covering for samosa, stuffing and frying process. It is also prepared as a sweet form, rather than as a savory one. Samosas are often served in the traditional accompaniments chutney, chopped onions, coriander and masala.A bigger version of the samosa with a spicy filling of masala potatoes, peas, crushed green chilies, and sometimes dry fruits, as well as other variations, is quite popular.samusa are flat and triangular. They are found almost everywhere. Samosas are also featuring mashed potatoes with spices, fried onions, peas, carrots, cabbage, curry leaves, green chilies, etc. It is mostly eaten without chutney. SEVAI SHG women are involved in this enterprise of production of Samosa and also market them in retail shops and whole sale for the sales in Major restaurants and malls.-Govin

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