Papad is unquestionably one of the most common Indian side dishes. Adding not only crunch to your rice, dal, and vegetables, but also a blast of flavor. If you like papad, the good news is that you don’t have to limit yourself to using it as a side dish. Instead, you can use it to make tasty snacks and munchies in new ways. Masala papad is a common Indian snack in which a variety of ingredients, including onions, tomatoes, chilies, and coriander leaves, are combined and used as a topping for papad. Papad can also be used to produce curry. To avoid spoilage, make sure to place the papads in airtight containers. To save the papads from getting soggy, keep them away from moisture.
Prakash Papad (Punjabi)
Prakash Papad is made up of a combination of ingredients such as urad dal, black pepper, moong dal, asafetida, sazi, edible oil and salt. Both 500 gram and 1 kg packages of edible components are refined, packed and well made according to ISO 22000:2005 HACCP guidelines. Available in 1000gm packet