Misti singara is pure Nostalgia. In our childhood this sweet samosas were very popular during Festive season. These were not available throughout the year, so we literally wat for this festive season to grab such Bengali delicacies. From Durga Pujo to Bhai phonta, misti singara, kheerer chop, khaja were in the market. And we were trying to enjoy these almost very day. I still remember, during this season, I visited 'Mamar Bari'(maternal uncel's house) frequently, after bijoya dashami, kali pujo or bhai phonta. And one very old sweet shop was there, named 'Nag Co.', they used to make such festive special sweet along with the regular sweets, and this everytime during our visit to 'Mamar Bari', ma bought misti singara from the shop. I'm not a sweet loving person, but some swets I really fond of, Misti singara is one of them, and that too particularly from 'Nag & Co.'
This is the sweet version of our regular Singara or Samosa, stuffed with khoya mixture and deep fried and dunked into thick sugar syrup. I was in a dilemma about making anything special before Diwali or not, as my little one was about to start his Play school from November, so didn't set my mind about making any special item for blog on Diwali, but then decided to make these 'Misti Kheerer Singara', but then realized that khoya was not at home. So what to do, planned for making it from scratch. Made khoya first with 1 liter of full fat milk, then made these samosas. Let's check the whole recipe from scratch, but if you want to made these with store bought khoya, just go for it. You will get the same result as mine.
This is the sweet version of our regular Singara or Samosa, stuffed with khoya mixture and deep fried and dunked into thick sugar syrup.