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Tamarind Concentrate

Tamarind comes from the Arabic for 'Indian date,' and was originally grown in tropical Africa. Today, tamarind is found in kitchens throughout the Caribbean, Latin America and Oceania, making it a truly global fruit. Its sweet and sour notes make for a refreshing agua de tamarindo, tart chigali lollipop and savory umami of Worcestershire Sauce.

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Tamarind finds its way into dishes all around the world from a souring agent commonly used in Indian curries and chutneys. Thai stir-fry uses tamarind enthusiastically. In the West Indies, where tamarind also grows, it is used frequently in fruit drinks. Here in the US, tamarind makes a great secret barbeque sauce and marinade ingredient.


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Tamarind unappreciated by most

Tamarind was an ingredient years ago (decades ) in 57 sauce. Today' s 57 is over-sweetened and bares little resemblance to long ago. I found a recipe on the net from a Canadian which I make at least once a year and maybe add more tamarind than it called for. Wonderful all purpose sauce. This brand for tamarind from Spice House is what I use.

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