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uttapam

Line breaks: utta|pam
Pronunciation: /ˈʊtəpʌm
 
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Definition of uttapam in English:

noun

Indian
A thick pancake made from rice flour to which onions, tomatoes, chillies, and other vegetables are added during cooking: he ate his sister’s uttapam with a relish that made her beam
More example sentences
  • Wait for 2 minutes, when the upper side of the uttapam starts to solidify, turn it over using a spatula.
  • Two of the specialties, not often found on tandoori-oriented Indian-restaurant menus, are uttapams and dosas.
  • The uttapam were virtually devoid of flavor, and the dosa was much too thick and way too chewy.

Origin

from Tamil.

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