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poppadom

(ˈpɒpədəm) or

poppadum

n
(Cookery) a thin round crisp Indian bread, fried or roasted and served with curry, etc
[from Hindi]
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poppadom

[ˈpɒpədəm] npapadam m
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Phileas Fogg has added two brilliant new bags to its Discover The World range of all things spice: Coriander Chutney Poppadoms and Lemongrass & Coconut Crackers.
Poppadoms are the nation's favourite accompaniment to any Indian dish.
We also ordered side orders of Bombay potatoes, sag bhaji, chilli paneer, chana bhaji and poppadoms and chutney.
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Tandoori butter chicken, chicken tikka massala, chicken korma, chicken passanda, served with pilau rice, peshwari naan breads, chips and poppadoms with salad and mint sauce.
On the side, we ordered pilau rice, two portions of chips, plain naan bread, Bombay aloo and curry sauce with poppadoms.