With the help of our dependable vendors, our firm has become one of the leading traders, exporters and suppliers in the market of Appalam Papad which can be served as a starter snack. Basically, it is a traditional South Indian dish that is served with almost every cuisine. Known for its delicious taste and freshness this papad is highly demanded in hotels, restaurants and households. The range of Appalam papad offered by us is in hygienic packaging.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What ingredients are in apalam papad?
Ans - Indian cuisines "appalam" is a thin, crispy disc-shaped dish made with peeled black gramme flour (urad flour), which is then fried or cooked over dry heat.
2. What distinguishes the terms papad and appalam?
Ans - Pappadams from South India can only reach a diameter of 4 inches in general. The appalams of Tamil Nadu won't rise up like our pappadams do. They are also wider and taller, though. Similar to Guruvayoor in Kerala, places in North India including Bikaner, Varanasi, and Amritsar are renowned for making mouthwatering papads.
3. How is appalam papad eaten?
Ans - The crisp, fried, or roasted disc is typically broken onto the plate with your fingers and mixed with the rice to enjoy its crunch and flavour.
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