Oh my gosh. This horse gram papad is so damn good that every meal that I had with this crispy papad as side has tasted way more better and better and better. The first batch of home made papad is already polished off and I am planning the next batch soon. I have seen my mother making large batches of papad, fryums and pickles during hot summer months like March and April. During summer, my mother’s home would be turned as mini factory of such home made condiments.
But she has never made horse gram papad in her life and I didn’t even know how they actually taste. You know my quest towards finding new variations in everything which ended up in buying a packet of horse gram papad from local store of Udupi. That shop has most of the products that are home made, so I was enthusiastic as to learn a fresh recipe from the store keeper himself. While buying his product I didn’t forget to ask the recipe and noted it down quickly in my mind.
The papad and fryums are simple and easy at the same time they are quite elaborate and tedious. So if you have helping hands to assist you in the process then it’s just a cake walk. I appreciate my daughter in lending her helping hand as she had vacation and was free from all her schooling activities. The pictures below in the recipe instructions justify her assistance.
When the summer is still scorching hot and your interest towards home made condiments hasn’t drained yet, then you can surely try out this horse gram papad and it never dissatisfy you.