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22 February, 2006

Trader Joe's Papadums

Trader Joe's PapadumsNew from Trader Joe's are these Papadums.

It's described as a traditional Indian delicacy, made from lentil or bean flour and black peppers. They are thin, spicy, crispy wafers, and are usually the size of a tortilla.

Trader Joe's dropped the size down to a chip and are offering them in two flavors, Tandoori Masala, and Yogurt and Dill.

A 5 ounce bag sells for $2.49.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I bought the yogurt and dill kind. Pretty tasty, but rather spicy. I don't know how authentic they are, but they are nice lower fat alternative to regular chips.

Anonymous said...

omgosh these chips are SO good. I like seriously L-O-V-E them. As anonymous said they are a bit spicy but Trader Joe's sure knows how to make a good chip! Totally worth buying again and again...price wise as well as (especially) flavorwise.


mmm mmm GOOD

Anonymous said...

Wow these chips were AWESOME! I really liked them a lot. i am a real fan of indian snacks and lemme tell you, you get hooked on this stuff.

tres delicieux.

Anonymous said...

I don't know much about Indian snack foods, but the Tandoori Masala chips are rediculously good. Spicy, tangy and almost impossible to stop eating. The texture is a little more like a fried flour tortilla chip than crisp all the way through like a potato chip. Even so, they are so incredibly tasty and resonably priced that I'll be buying these every time I hit TJ's. Looking forward to trying the Yogurt & Dill flavor.

Anonymous said...

I am addicted. These are my favorite -- especially the masala. Nicely spicy.

Anonymous said...

Trader Joe's no longer carries the delicious Papadums, at least in Tucson. They can be ordered thru Amazon.com however.

Anonymous said...

Yeah Trader Joe's discontinued them.

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