What to serve for snacks? This is one of the biggest worries while planning a party or a get-together. How many times can you repeat those same old potato chips? And what about those friends who always crib to have lite and healthy snacks at your parties? The simple answer to all these snacking issues is Papadum lentil crisps.
A widely loved simple appetizer that is found in almost every Indian household worldwide. Papadum is a type of tortilla or flat bread. Made out of a mixture of chickpea flour, black gram or mung beans and other spices it goes well as a roasted snack with almost any dip or dressing.
If you are looking for a change from having the carbs-loaded potato chips, try a few easy-peasy Papadum recipes that involve minimum cooking, maximum taste and supreme health.
Some easy to prepare Papadum recipes to make snacking more fun
Veggie loaded Papadum
This easy recipe can turn up the taste quotient at your parties. To prepare it follow just two easy steps.
Cottage cheese and Papadum fritters
Another recipe that completes your search for a delicious yet crunchy snack is this one.
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