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  • n. Plural form of pappadum.


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  • For a feast of onion bhajees, chapati breads, biryanis, pappadums, a specially prepared fish dish and vegetables on the side, the bill will top $3,900, plus travel and accommodation for the restaurant's head chef.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • We'd read that a restaurant there called Nosh was good, but when we looked at it, nothing on the menu really grabbed us, so we passed it up for an Indian restaurant across the street, where the service was great (free pappadums and mango drinks!) and it was about half the price (no kidding) of the non-fast-food Indian restaurants here in Heidelberg.

    Berlin: The Return

  • So does lamb vindaloo, aloo mutter, roti bread and pappadums.

    What I cooked last night.

  • At the hotel, Kenneth limited his breakfast to a cup of vanilla tea, white, and some pappadums.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • I hadn't been to Singh's for quite a while, but I remembered what to order: mulligatawny, that hot, seedy, delicious Raj soup creation; Alu Chap, which is curried peas encased in mashed potato and deep fried; a beef vindaloo; a garlic naan and some pappadums.

    What I cooked last night.

  • I suck in my tummy, which is showing the effects of too many mouth-watering Keralan curries, sambars and pappadums. | Top Stories

  • The company now employs about 500 people making the sauces and chutneys and supplies three quarters of Britains 8,000 Indian restaurants with curry pastes, chutneys, pickles and pappadums. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • He finished them off by crumbling pappadums on top.

    The Age News Headlines

  • Oh! Don't forget the crispy pappadums where one is never enough after you try one crunchy morsel of it.


  • Our favourites are lamb vindaloo, chicken makhani, garlic naan, pappadums, raita, chutneys … I could go on and on! News


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