This papad from Khandesh (Northern Maharashtra) is made from jowar, which is a staple crop of the region. The traditional method ensures that the original taste of jowar remains the highlight of the papad, but at the same time there is clever addition of light spices, chilis and garlic which enhance the flavour, making it an addictive snack.

 

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This papad from Khandesh (Northern Maharashtra) is made from jowar, which is a staple crop of the region. The traditional method ensures that the original taste of jowar remains the highlight of the papad, but at the same time there is clever addition of light spices, chilis and garlic which enhance the flavour, making it an addictive snack.