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Masala Papad (Papadum)

masala papadum
Finely Chopped Red Onions
Pomegranate Seeds
Finely Chopped Raw Mango
Finely Chopped Cilantro
Chat Masala (optional)

1. Deep fry or roast the papad.
2. Mix 1 tsp each of finely chopped onions, mango, cilantro and pomegranate seeds, would be sufficient for one papad.  Sprinkle a pinch of chat masala, salt and mix well.  Add black pepper powder or cayenne pepper (red chilli powder) if you like.
3. Add these toppings evenly on the fried or roasted papaddum.
4. Serve Masala Papadum as an appetizer or with meals.


  1. voilaaaa..gr8...I will try for tea brk!
    happy holidays!

  2. long since i had this,looks so nice and delicious

  3. Woww feel like having them rite now,soo tempting!

  4. Oooo WOW!!! Masala papadom!!! Looks crunchy and yummy! :D

  5. Wow looks so tempting..feel like having them right away.


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