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Papadam

Papadam is a thin, crisp disc-shaped snack made from black gram flour, either fried or cooked with dry heat until crunchy. It’s commonly served as an appetizer in Indian cuisine, often accompanied by chutneys or dips for added flavor. This snack is notable for its light texture and subtle flavor, making it a perfect start to any meal.

Serving: 2 pcs.

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Papadam, a quintessential element of Indian culinary tradition, is a delicate, wafer-thin snack that boasts a unique texture and taste. Crafted from black gram flour, seasoned with a blend of spices such as cumin, black pepper, and sometimes garlic or chili for an extra kick, papadams are made by rolling out the dough into thin circles before being sun-dried and stored for longevity. When ready to be served, they are either fried in oil or roasted over an open flame, transforming them into wonderfully crispy, light discs that are both satisfying and flavorful.

Often gracing the start of a meal, papadams serve not only as a standalone snack but also as a complement to a variety of dishes in Indian cuisine. They are typically accompanied by a selection of fresh chutneys, pickles, and dips, each offering a burst of flavor that enhances the subtle taste of the papadam. Whether it’s the tanginess of tamarind chutney, the spiciness of mint and cilantro dip, or the savory goodness of a tomato onion salsa, these accompaniments make papadams a versatile and beloved part of Indian dining. Beyond their role in traditional meals, papadams have also found their place in the global culinary scene, appreciated for their unique texture and the way they invite creativity in pairing with a wide array of flavors.

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