Ingredients: Moong Flour, Urad Flour, Moth Dal Flour, Rice Flour, Sodium Bicarbonate, Salt, Black Pepper, Edible Vegetable Oil, Asafoetida
How to prepare:
To fry in a pan/fire: Heat for a few seconds over an open flame or in a frying pan until lightly browned.
For the microwave: Lightly oil both sides, place in the microwave and microwave on full power for about 45 seconds or until done.
For frying in oil: Heat the oil in a deep pot. Fry each papad separately for 2-3 seconds, remove using tongs and place on a paper towel to drain.
Nutritional Information (per serving):
Energy: 26 calories
Haldirams Papad Sada is a popular Indian snack, known for its thin and crispy texture. It is often served as a starter, either plain or aswith chopped tomatoes, onions, and coriander on the top. Papad is a thin Indian wafer or cracker made primarily from lentil flour, and it comes in various flavors.
Papads are crispy, flavorful addition to Indian cuisine, and they are commonly enjoyed as an accompaniment to a hot rice dish. They can also be eaten on their own as a delicious appetizer.
Haldirams, the brand behind these Papads, has a rich history. It began as a small shop in Bikaner and has grown into a global phenomenon, cherished by Indians worldwide.
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