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  • n. Plural form of papadum.


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  • Jimi Celeste/PatrickMcMullan Queen Latifah It was only after all this, far too many papadums and some coconut tapioca for dessert—the theme was Indian—that the music finally went on.

    Stepping Up to Battle Disease

  • We were at a restaurant right outside Meadow Marsh, eating palak paneer, papadums, and naan.

    Her and Me and You

  • Recipes for such common dishes, given a new twist -- Saran stacks the beans into a tower on tiny papadums -- make up his best-selling book, "Indian Home Cooking," published last year.

    No Place For Curry

  • The sign on the counter says the combo comes with papadums as well (delicious chips made from lentils), but I think you have to specifically ask for them.

    Maharaja (aka Hurry & Tasty Curry) | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • Two more clips from Goodness Gracious Me: "Going Out for an English," which pokes fun at Brits who get drunk and then decide to "Go out for an Indian" and order the spiciest dishes on the menu and order way too many papadums. rec by ianmcdonald

    more GGM

  • Okay, so I just paid for livejournal today, mostly because I wanted to have this as a fourth userpic -- it's from a package of Indian papadums those crunchy things you get as an appetizer at restaurants, you can also make them at home.

    (Annoyed Grunt).

  • Many South Asians have put their hearts and souls into mastering the language, but in doing so they have created their own dialect, sprinkling Britishisms with a mix of Hindi and regional language words and phrases that make sense only to those raised on curry and papadums, with a hint of Mulligatawny stew.

    The Full Feed from

  • Even the papadums cackled with spice: star anise, nutmeg, garam masala. Philadelphia Weekly

  • Case in point: upon a recent visit to Little India, Kristine gleefully discovered papadums, puffed little chips typically made with lentil or rice flour and spices.

    Hungry Magazine

  • And they gave me complementary coriander, tamarind and onion chutneys to go with my papadums - which the menu roughly describes as "Nepalese-style nachos".

    The Baltimore Snacker


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