Potato Papad


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100 gms

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Papad, also known in India as Papadam or Appalam, is a savory and crunchy snack that is served as an appetizer or a side dish across households in India. From a basic Dal rice or roti platter to a South Indian platter of sambar or rasam rice, the dishes feel incomplete without a crispy papad on the side. The papad is also consumed as a savory snack while sipping your evening tea. It is the healthiest form of snack as it is low in calories and provides you with the right amount of nutrition.

Adya Organics brings to you our gluten-free freshly made Organic Papad that is free from preservatives and made using 100% organic methods. This 12 papad pack is vegetarian and available in three flavours, namely potato, jeera and mirchi.

What’s unique about, jeera and mirchi papad is that it is made using red rice. As we all know, red rice is power packed with fibre, iron and is known to reduce inflammation in the body, controls cholesterol levels and lowers blood pressure. Therefore, consumption of red rice in this form makes you healthy and takes care of your taste buds, providing that extra spice and crunchiness to them.

The dough for the papad is prepared by kneading and rolling the dough by hand. Potato Papad is made of potato, a pinch of rock salt and cold-pressed oil. It can also be indulged in during Navratri fast as it provides much needed energy boost while fasting.

Jeera Papad contains cumin, a pinch of rock salt, red rice and cold-pressed oil. Whereas, the Mirchi Papad contains similar ingredients, while only substituting cumin with mirchi. These two papad are made using Adya Organic Red Rice to make it delightfully thin and super crumbly.

Adya Organics Papad are power packed with natural and healthy unadulterated ingredients. It is important to note that this papad has a shelf life of 6 months, but can last longer if stored in a dry and hygienic place.

To prepare this Papad, use hot cold pressed oil to dry roast or fry the papad till it becomes crispy and ready to serve alongside a meal. One can also chop onions, tomatoes, coriander leaves and add them on top of the papad to serve it as a delightful snack.

  • Papad is a low calorie food.
  • Papad aids digestion.
  • It is packed with fibre.
  • It is a healthy snack as it is made from organic fresh potatoes
  • It is a handmade product.
  • It can be used in fast as it is made from Rocksalt.


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What are the advantages of potato papad?

Potato papad is a type of Indian snack that is made with mashed potatoes and dough made from a combination of lentils and spices. It is a popular snack in many parts of India. Here are some advantages of potato papad:

Versatile: Potato papad can be deep-fried, roasted, or microwaved, making it a versatile snack that can be prepared in different ways.

Good source of carbohydrates: Potatoes are a good source of carbohydrates, which provide energy and are essential for a healthy diet.

Low in fat: Unlike other deep-fried snacks, potato papad is relatively low in fat, which makes it a healthier option.

Good for digestion: The lentils used in the dough provide a source of fiber which can help to regulate digestion and promote bowel regularity.

Can be enjoyed as a snack or side dish: Potato papad can be enjoyed as a snack or side dish, making it a versatile food that can be served in many different ways.

It’s important to note that potato papad should be consumed in moderation and as part of a balanced diet. It’s always best to consult with a healthcare professional before making any significant changes to your diet, especially if you have any underlying health conditions.

How many calories are in potato papad?

The calorie content of potato papad can vary depending on the recipe and method of preparation. On average, a serving (about 1/2 cup) of potato papad contains around:

Deep-fried: Around 150-200 calories per serving
Roasted: around 100-150 calories per serving
It’s important to note that the calorie content can vary depending on the type of oil used for frying, the size of the serving, and the ingredients used to make the dough, such as adding sugar or other high-calorie ingredients.

It’s also important to keep in mind that while potato papad is considered to be a healthy snack, it should be consumed in moderation as part of a balanced diet. Eating potato papad in large quantities and regularly can add a significant amount of calories to your diet, which may not be beneficial for weight management and overall health.


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