Sharwood’s Indian Puppodums? They cook in seconds, cost only a few pennies a piece and are then ready to eat as an appetizer, quick snack between meals or something you can take on the road. They are served though out Asia as a cracker served with a variety of flavored yogurt dips. Traditionally puppodums are fried but I prepare them in the microwave for about forty-five to sixty seconds each. As they cook in the microwave they begin to curl up slightly around the edges making something similar to a crispy, crackly, shallow bowl. I use them to switch up meal time an to encourage healthier eating. Puppodums are made from black gram bean flour and rice flour so they are naturally gluten free. Fill them to over flowing with your favorite salad greens and top them with left over spicy taco filling, beans, pungent curried lentils or left over meat. In my house using leftovers all at once in this way is called smorgasbord Fridays so the possibilities are endless. Week day cooking is hectic enough so why not use up what ever you have already cooked up? So! What you have waiting for you in the fridge?