Papad Asian Nachos: It is often seen that some things are known by different names in some places. Recently, something similar is being seen in Malaysia, where the picture of an edible item has become a topic of discussion on social media these days. Actually, the Indian snack ‘Papad’ is being sold online in a restaurant in Malaysia in the name of ‘Asian Nachos’, knowing the price of which people are shocked. A separate discussion is going on on the internet on the price of papad and its name.
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Papad is known as ‘Asian Nachos’ in Malaysia. Surprisingly, the price of this papad being sold online in a restaurant in Malaysia has been kept at Rs.500. The menu can be seen in this picture going viral, in which it is written ‘Asian Nachos.’ It also states that the dish also includes pappadum, avocado, tamarind salsa and crispy shallots. This picture on the internet is attracting everyone’s attention these days. At the same time, some users who have seen this picture say that ‘the tourist is being fooled’.
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A culinary crime has been committed pic.twitter.com/owYQoILSnk
— samantha (@NaanSamantha) January 22, 2023
The picture of Papad i.e. ‘Asian Nachos’ has been shared on the social media platform Twitter with the handle @NaanSamantha. While sharing the post, it is written in the caption, ‘A culinary crime has been committed.’ 557.9K have seen this post so far, while more than 8 thousand people have liked this post. At the same time, more than 1 thousand people have retweeted this post.
Seeing this viral picture, users are giving different reactions. A user told that the name of the restaurant is ‘Snitch by the Thieves’, which is in Malaysia. And according to the restaurant’s website, the price of ‘Asian Nachos’ is 25 Malaysian Ringgit, which is approximately equal to ₹500. Another user wrote, ‘I wonder if they will call “Moong ka papad” as black dotted nachos? And I am very much satisfied with Rs 2 papad, which I get with masala powder. Can’t give 27 dollars lol (sic).’ Another user wrote, ‘Wonder whether Mexicans or Indians should feel more hurt.’ The third user wrote, ‘Sin is not just a crime.’
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