- Papad is also known as Papadum. Papad is nothing but the thin Indian wafer, which can be referred to as a cracker or flatbread. Papad is commonly made from dried lentils, it can be eaten fried or roasted.
- It is highly served or accompanied either as a snack, chaat or with main course recipes. Papad is an example of the virtuoso of Indian food. Originally there are two kinds of Papad – North Indian papad and South Indian papad. Papad can be cooked by deep-frying, roasting over an open flame, toasting, or microwaving.
- A famous Rajasthani delicacy is papad curry or papad ki sabzi, which is made from papad only. Papad is a good appetizer and a source for digestion. Roasted or grilled papad helps to absorb the fatty material from the mouth and throat.
- Variety of Papads By (flavors/Taste):- Plain Papad, Mix Masala Papad etc.