Indian street snacks are spicy, crunchy and pack a punch of flavour, they are made with the simplest ingredients but manage to give us some of the best gastronomical experiences in the country. Like those very crispy and crunchy sabudana papads that you find on the streets, which are the perfect munching companions with tea, dal rice or just as they are. With just the simple flavours of jeera and salt, these papads are addictively binge-worthy and you just won't be able to stop at one. Ever wondered if you can replicate the taste and texture of those crunchy papads at home? Turns out you definitely can and let us show you how.
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The process is pretty simple and you can easily make and store these at home for weeks to come. Sabudana and jeera are found in all Indian households, and if you have these 2 main ingredients, you are almost halfway done with the recipe. Sabudana is a great source of energy and jeera is considered to be a major ingredient in helping digestion, and the combination of these 2 ingredients make the sabudana papad a much better alternative to packet chips and processed finger foods. Sounds interesting right? Make the crunchy papad today, read the recipe here.
How To Make Street Style Sabudana Papad l Crispy Sabudana Papad Recipe:
Soak sabudana overnight, next day boil them with jeera and salt. You can add extra jeera powder, dhaniya powder and even chillies to this. Keep stirring properly until the mixture reaches porridge-like consistency. Scoop out a spoonful and spread on parchment paper, let this sundry for 2-3 days, deep fry in hot oil and your sabudana papad is ready to be munched on. Read the detailed recipe here.
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There you go, that's how easy it is to make those addicting sabudana papads, try the method and let us know how they turn out in the comments below.