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Poppadoms | Papad | Thin Indian Crispy Wafer



Poppadoms, often known as papad, is a salty (usually spicy) crispy thin wafers. Papad is served as a side dish to a meal or as an appetizer or snack. Sometime several dipping sauce or condiments such as diced onions or chutney are served with it. Raw papads are made after rolling lentils or rice dough mixed with spices into a thin flatbread and sun drying it. Raw papad are served either after roasting or deepfrying. Interestingly after advent of microwave, often papad is now served after microwaving the raw ones.

How to make poppadoms from scratch (Visual Tutorial)


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