Agrawal's 420 Punjabi Masala Papad
This is a product catering to the needs of spicy papad lovers and is a mixture of spicy black pepper, pulses, chowsaji and asafoetida but with a flavourful Punjabi twist created by the hands of our skilled papad makers. What is a papad? A papad is a thin, crisp, round flatbread from India. It is sun dried for a couple of days and then fried to eat as a snack or accompanied by Hot meals. This particular papad has a flavorful blend of black pepper and spices to give it a spice punch!
Net weight: 400 gms
Shelf Life: 4 months from the date of manufacturing
Preservative Disclaimer: No added colour
Located: Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Agrawal Papad Pvt. Ltd. started its journey five decades ago and today it leads the market in papad manufacturing. The company was anchored by Mr. Hukum Chand Agrawal in 1962. The unusual sounding name ‘420’ was given by its pioneers, inspired by the legendary Raj Kapoor’s movie ‘Shree 420’. Agrawal’s 420 papad have a single motto, i.e. “If you have a superior quality and sense of pride in what you produce, your customers are going to keep coming back to you, no matter what so ever your name is”.
Recipes/Ways to Use:
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To Roast: Roast for a few seconds over open fire unit ready.
To Microwave: lightly brush both side of the papad with groundnut oil, place in the microwave and cover with kitchen paper before cooking on full power for about 45 seconds until ready. (The Papad may require turning to ensure even cooking).
To Fry: Heat 1 -1.5 inch deep groundnut oil in a frying pan on deep fat fryer. The oil is hot enough when a small piece of papad added to it fries immediately. Fry each papad individually for 2-3 Seconds Remove from oil tongs and drain on adsorbent paper towels.
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I received only 1 packet of masala papad, though I paid for 2. I have asked State Plate to refund Rs. 153/-.To enable the refund, I'd requested that your customer care person call me. Yet to hear from them.
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