Tuesday, August 30, 2016


Papadums are typically served as a complement to a main dish in South Asia. It's a thin and crispy food based on a seasoned dough made from peeled black gram flour.

Papadums are cooked by deep-frying in oil, which causes them to expand and crisp, commonly made in different sizes, the smaller ones are for snacks and the larger variety may be used as a food wrap.