papadum

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papadum

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

papadum

[ˈpæpədəm] Ntorta f india
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The product range consists of Pickles, Spices, Appalams, Cooking paste, Curry Powders, Ready to Eat Products, Chutneys, Canned Vegetables and Mango Pulp.
2501626 Masala powder, spices, turmeric powder; flour and preparations made from cereals; bread, pastry and confectionary; ices; honey, treacle, yeast, baking powder; salt, mustard, vinegar; sauces (except salad dressing); coffee, tea, cocoa; sugar, rice, tapioca, sago; artificial coffee; masala rice for biriyani and allied preparations; asafetida, idly chilly powder, appalams, orid dhall, dhoor dhall, moong dhall; dhall; fruit sauces; all included in Class 30.
Appalams are similar to papads, fried wafers popular in North India and served as an appetizer in Indian restaurants all over the U.