Pankaj Madras Papad 200g
Pankaj Madras Papad is a snack from ‘Madras’ which is now called ‘Chennai’. Papad is the Hindi name for a poppadom. This is a thin disc-shaped crispy snack that the people of Indian subcontinent eat with the meals. It is made of rice flour or urad dal or gram flour. It can also be eaten with tea like a snack. It has a nice aroma that makes everyone mouth watering. It has a good shelf life due to the strict quality control and quality assurance packaging. This disc-shaped papad is fried in hot oil to make them crispy and yummy. You can use any oil to deep fry them. They can be stored in airtight boxes after frying also. It can be included with any kind of meals. Its aroma and flavour forces to eat it endlessly.
There are different types of papad made all around the world with different flours and other added ingredients. But this-this the basic one without any other added ingredients. It becomes double its size on frying it in the hot oil. These are very popular in south India. In north India, they prepare a different kind of papad with some added cumin or other seeds to increase the flavour of the papad. This papad is eaten in place of pickle many times as it has the required amount of salt that increases the flavour and taste of the food. The traditional south Indian meals have this kept on the corner of the banana leaf with banana fruit. It is because they eat this papad with banana and a sweet dessert after the meal.
Pankaj Madras Papad
Place of Origin
Types of Product
Uses of Product
- Pankaj Madras Papad is used to be had with meals
- Pankaj Madras Papad is also had with bananas and payasam (a sweet dish)
- It can also be eaten as snacks for tea time.
- It is had with puttu (cooked rice flour) and payaru (cooked green gram)
- It is also had with other sacks like mixture or sev.
- Pankaj Madras Papad goes very well with just banana fruit.
- Pankaj Madras Papad is high in sodium so much intake is not advisable for hypertensive people.
- Papad is a good appetiser and helps in easier digestion.
- It also absorbs fatty material from mouth and throat.
- They are gluten free and are rich in protein and fibre.
- Pankaj Madras Papad can cause acidity if eaten in large amount.
Pankaj Madras Papad is highly preferred in lunch with the meals. It is also had dinner with flavoured rice or meals. And also it goes well with puttu in breakfast.
Serving 1 (1 papadam)
Total Fat 16g
• Saturated 4g
• Trans 0g
• Polyunsaturated 0g
• Monounsaturated 0g
Potassium 254 mg
Total carbs 15g
• Dietary Fiber 4g
• Sugars 2g
Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
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