In India, Papad has a vital place in every meal. It is highly served or accompanied either as a snack, chaat or with main course recipes. Papad is an example of the genius of Indian cuisine. Our Papad come into different sizes and textures such as mini papad, big papads, roasted papad, and many more.
Papad is a great accompaniment with drinks and mocktails, one of the best examples is fine papad. Papads are typically served as an accompaniment with any meal in India. Papad can be eaten as a starter or snack dish. Fried, roasted, open-flame papad and oven-made papad are some of the best varieties of papad. Papad can be enjoyed with variety of pickles, chutneys and sauces. You can get papad of several flavors of your choice, such as Punjabi masala, urad dal, moong dal, asafoetida, black Pepper, green chilly, red chilly, cumin, garlic, ginger, cardamom, cloves and cinnamon, etc. Since the years, Papad has been used to serve with dal and rice, as it enhances the taste of the meal. You can munch the Papad as a great snack dish