6 INDIAN IGNITION

The rich, spicy flavors of India might be too much for American palates, but make no mistake: The country's cuisine is causing quite a fever among U.S. consumers. It's the complexity of flavors, said Paul Jaggi, founder of Passion Foods, whose company just introduced a line of papadum chips under the Baji's brand name. There's been a critical mass building on the restaurant side, and it's beginning

The rich, spicy flavors of India might be too much for American palates, but make no mistake: The country's cuisine is causing quite a fever among U.S. consumers.

“It's the complexity of flavors,” said Paul Jaggi, founder of Passion Foods, whose company just introduced a line of papadum chips under the Baji's brand name. “There's been a critical mass building on the restaurant side, and it's beginning to really spill into the grocery side.”

Food historians believe the trend ha

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