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Made with dates and tamarind paste, along with tomatoes, onions, cherry peppers, garlic, and white vinegar, Basbaas’s version is slightly sweet and smoky, with a gentle, warming heat that shouldn’t scare off the spice-averse.
The cocktail list is worth a look too; consider the Tainted Tonic, mixed with ginger vodka and tamarind.
The tamarind tree produces seed pods that contain edible pulp.
Besides familiar paneer pakora (battered and fried cheese) and vegetable pakora, Indian Delight makes bread pakora ($2.99), crisp outside and moist inside, with tamarind and cilantro chutneys for dipping.
On a recent weeknight at Folklore, at the Destination Singapore Beach Road hotel, table after table was filled with locals tucking into dishes like pork belly braised in tamarind gravy and eggplant sambal.
Tamarind Margarita This Bahama Breeze margarita requires a bit more prep work — including finding tamarind pulp.
Choose from strawberry, passionfruit, tamarind, hibiscus, pomegranate, or classic lime.
The sambal, or Malaysian chili sauce, is rich and deliciously savory, made with shallots, ginger, galangal, lemongrass, and tamarind.
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Origin and Etymology of tamarind
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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