Lijjat Urid Plain Papad
In Indian cuisine, papads are a well-known snack. They are made in a thin layer with the best spices and urad flour and dried in the sun's heat. Some people fry them, toast them over an open flame, or microwave them. Both contribute to the papads being a crunchy and crispy snack. They expand in size and become tastier when heated. It is typically served as an accompaniment to rice with dal, rasam, sambar, and other dishes.
Urid Flour, Asafoetida (seasoning), Black Pepper, Salt, Sodium Bicarbonate, Vegetable Oil, and Other Spices.