papadum

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papadum

(ˈpæpədəm)
n
(Cookery) Indian cookery an Indian flatbread or cracker
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papadum

[ˈpæpədəm] Ntorta f india
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Onasadhya, the grand feast, marking Kerala's most celebrated festival, saw 4,500 people enjoy variety of traditional dishes including parippu, sambar, kaalan, avial, thoran, olan, pachadi, kichadi, koottukari, mango pickle, lime pickle, as well as papadam, plantain chips, sharkara upperi, banana, rasam and buttermilk.
The fried papadam, crispy wafers of lentil flour, naan or soft unleavened bread cooked in the tandoor and the bhattura, thick leavened bread make excellent accompaniments.
Apart from the thin or fat rice -- baarik or mota -- there was a spicy mackerel fish curry, a deep-fried mackerel, sambhar (a curry of lentils and vegetables), a yoghurt curry with white gourd, a spinach stir-fry (well-known as cheera thoran), accompanied by a spicy South Indian soup (Rasam), mixed pickle and papadam -- a must-have for Ryan.
Traditionally all preparations are served with Papadam, Mango chutney, Lime Pickle, fried sprouts and fried dry chilles.
We ordered a luncheon special that came with basmati rice, fresh mint chutney and papadam.
Vegetarians will enjoy Papadam Burrito with Raita Sauce-homemade papadam rolls with lentils, riz pilaf, herbs and tomatoes, plated with raita and curry sauce.
She also gives a vivid account of the traditional Onam meal, sadya, which she savoured, as having "26 vegetarian servings like ash gourd, masala curry, sambar, papadams, mango pickles, and pressed rice flakes with jaggery, which were served on a banana leaf and eaten by hand".
Once when my wife started frying papadams, I stood on the chair and fanned the smoke away from the alarm.
Josh Copus and several enterprising folks arranged a few dozen bricks into Tasmania's smallest fast-fire kiln; Ashwini Bhat (part of an Indian contingent) was preparing papadams with roast eggplant dip and yogurt; uppma, roast tomatoes with sweet and spicy chutney, a roast sweet potato/dry mango powder side-dish and vermicelli pudding for dessert.
The "Taste of the Nations" hot buffet one day featured Indian specialties like chicken tikka masala, spicy kebabs, potato-and-pea samosas, naan bread, crispy papadams, chutneys, and mulligatawny (lentil) soup.
Very tasty, it is best with a flavoured rice like lemon rice or dill rice, and fried south Indian papadams.