Mother’s Recipe launches Crispy Papad-Vadam in three new flavours
India’s leading Food brand, Mother’s Recipe has recently launched three new variants of Crispy Papad-Vadams. During this unprecedented time, when people are unable to go out and enjoy the outside delicacies, the demand for home-cooked food has been increasing immensely. And to cater to this increasing demand, Mother’s Recipe has launched three new variants of crunchy delicious Crispy Papad-Vadam mildly flavored with green chilies, red chilies, and onions.
These flavored Crispy Papad-Vadams are a great appetizer and can be eaten with various chopped vegetables and condiments. Fryums hold a very important element in Indian cuisine and consumed broadly across all parts of the country. Papad is a very common ingredient of our day-to-day home-cooked meals in Indian households and also acts as a tea-time snack. These papads are an easy replacement for chips and other outside snacks. Mother’s Recipe’s fryums are made following the traditional & no added preservatives recipes of good quality rice flour, whole wheat flour, and spices.
Commenting on the recent launch, Ms. Sanjana Desai, Executive Director, Mother’s Recipe – Desai Foods said “We at Mother’s Recipe, feel a great responsibility towards our consumers and in responding to the current market demands. As a company we do value our Indian culture and traditions, hence we make sure that all our products are made authentically with the finest ingredients & follow traditional taste. With the ongoing pandemic crisis in the country, we’ve assured that these new variant of Crispy Papad (Vadam) are all hygienically packed keeping in mind safety.”
The products are currently available in Hyderabad, Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, and Chennai and will be launching in other cities soon.
All the products are available to buy online.
Mother’s Recipe is owned by Desai Foods Private Limited. The company also owns other brands like Spread On, Dabee, and Elmac. The company has its art manufacturing facilities in 3 Indian states including Pune, Kolkata & Baroda, and is also certified under ISO 9001-2008 and ISO 22000-2005.