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Prep time : 20 mins
Cook time : 15 mins
Total time : 15 mins
Main Ingredient : Maida flour
22 reviews so far
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 26, 2018
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Geronimo Jurg Posted on Wed Jul 08 2009
what does it taste like when you eat it just like that?
looks kinda tasty :3
Mukta Sriram Posted on Wed Jul 08 2009
yes, you can have it just like that we used do it all the while when mom used to be making it
okay, thanks allot! :) i'll be trying it.
98382789 Posted on Wed Jul 08 2009
shailshri Posted on Wed Jul 08 2009
Thank you for the recipe Chef, i was desperately waiting for this recipe :-)
Dirty Rights???? Posted on Wed Jul 08 2009
OMG i had this at a fair in New York, there was a lot of food there and one of the stands was an Indian food stand, i had this and it was delicious. I had 4! lol
Christie N Posted on Wed Jul 08 2009
How come the Indians I see are so slender? They use a lot of oil in their cooking...maybe they eat in small amounts....hmmm
Anyway, this recipes looks really great and easy to make.
Ryder Holmes Wilson Posted on Thu Jul 09 2009
Maybe it's because they don't eat constant massive streams of food without excercising.
Julumkana Posted on Thu Jul 09 2009
They taste like fresh fried crispy natchos and have a licorice like flavor from the ajawain seeds.
Sadin15 Posted on Wed Aug 11 2010
@humairap I think you need to fry it more... or fry at a higher temperature
Sagarika Dev Mitra Posted on Fri Sep 10 2010
Thanks Chef for this wonderful recipe.. though my papdi was lil soft.. however I guess its because of lack of practice.. nyways I am nt tht gud at making besan and maida food.. but will try again :)
Nehal hingu Posted on Mon Oct 25 2010
here is one secrete tips for all who face problem of getting soft papdi. if ur papdi,panipuri's puri or any other snacks getting soft after making it then just turn on oven on 350 to 400 and put this papdi or any other snacks into it for about 5
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