Thursday, December 07, 2006

Airing Popads



Sounds kinda like "Mary Poppins," right?

These are the delightfully unhygienic conditions under which popads, the crispy snack crackers that come with my daily tiffin dabba (lunch box delivery service) are dried in the sun after they are fried. This straw drying mat was on the street in front of a primary school in Sion.

3 Comments:

Blogger Rajesh Dangi said...

Papads are important ingrediant of indian food, they are prepared for with many ingredients and can either be roasted or fried....

10:49 AM  
Blogger Robbie Whelan said...

why thank you, rajesh, for your insights.

1:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey! Papads are dried and then fried. Since they need to be fried or roasted at extremely high temperatures anything unhygenic before the cooking is taken care of. In fact that might be the safest part of your dabba!

5:23 PM  

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