Lijjat Jeera(Cumin) Papad 1Packet
About the product :
Lijjat Jeera Papad is a famous Indian tidbit produced using a combination of lentil flour, flavors, and cumin seeds. Papad, otherwise called papadum, is a slender, fresh plate molded wafer that is normally filled in as a backup to dinners or as a canapé.
The most common way of making Lijjat Jeera Papad includes a couple of steps. A batter, first and foremost, is ready by blending lentil flour (as a rule urad dal or dark gram flour), water, salt, cumin seeds, and different flavors. The batter is then moved into slight, round shapes and left to dry under the sun or in a very much ventilated region. Generally, papads were sun-dried, yet present day fabricating cycles might include counterfeit drying strategies for proficiency.
Lijjat Jeera Papad is known for unmistakable flavor and smell comes from the expansion of cumin seeds. Cumin seeds, otherwise called jeera, have a warm, hearty, and somewhat nutty taste. They add an inconspicuous sprinkle of hotness and profundity to the papad, improving its general taste.