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Poppadom (can correctly be spelt popadom, poppadom, papadum etc.)

Big, very thin, Indian wafers, often eaten in Britain as a precursor or while eating "curry". In Indian restaurants, various chutneys are generally served as an accompaniment. See 'Indian Menu terms'

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