The thalipu vadagam is good. But it's too dry. No oil in that.
Coffee taste is excellent
Homemade | Zero Preservatives
Urad dal flour, Chana dal flour, Pepper, Asafoetida, Jeera, spices, Papad khar, Refined Vegetable oil, Iodised salt
How to use:
Can be consumed either fried in oil or toasted directly over flame
Store it in a cool and dry place in an air-tight container
This north Indian special is a traditional Grandma summer routine! The speciality of the papad is its super thin size. The moment it hits your teeth it breaks, and the crispy texture gives way for a savoury taste. The north Indian papads interestingly doesn't have to be deep-fried in oil always. It can even be roasted over an open fire. The end result would still be light and crispy without the oil. Add some raw tomatoes, onion and few drops of lime, it takes the fire-roasted papad eating experience to a different level!
Light and crispy, these papads goes well with variety of rice dishes or simply as a starter. It would have definitely taken a place in our lunch boxes growing up.
The papads stacked and tied together would be sent to our loved ones as gifts during random visits. Who doesn't love to get a pack of homemade papads as a token of love? The next time try gifting someone a pack of these traditional north Indian crisps. It never fails to impress
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