Papadum Spice 'n Pepper Lentil Chips
Taste test: These chips, which look suspiciously like Communion wafers, are crunchier than the garlic masala flavor.
Tastes kind of like sushi. Bad aftertaste. Most people thought that they were horrible.
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Smell test: Smell like salt and pepper, or fish food.
From the package: “Papadum Chips have been around for at least a couple of hundred years as Anytime Snacks, Appetizers, Hors d'oevres and for dipping with a variety of pickles and chutneys. Taj Gourmet now brings you this absolutely authentic Indian taste sensation — that's baked not fried. Available in three unique flavors. Once you dip into a bag of Taj Papadum Lentil Chips your taste buds are going to take control ... You'll be hooked.”
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Company: Taj Gourmet Foods
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Trivia: The other two flavors available are Original Recipe and Garlic Masala. There are 38 chips per serving, according to the bag.
This snack was discovered by Jeremy.
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