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Drizzle each serving with 3 to 4 tablespoons of yogurt-milk mixture then 3 to 4 tablespoons tamarind chutney.
Crushed peanuts and a spicy tamarind sauce tied it all together.
Winds gusting up to 310 kilometers per hour stripped the island of its vegetation—300-year-old tamarind trees and 150-year-old mangroves.
The mango-and-fatali-pepper sauce, vinegar-bright with a blooming heat, has a touch of tamarind tang to offset the mango’s richness.
These little nests of sliced onion were fried and served with two housemade dipping sauces, one a slightly sweet tamarind, the other a cool sesame.
The tandoori broccoli with tamarind and yogurt, the griddled white sweet potato, and the vegetable biryani with garlic naan are my go-tos.
The latter beer starts as a funky and tart lambic-style base and is dosed with mangoes and tamarind along with a mix of fresh and dried chiles.
Senegalese say adding tamarind and pouring extra palm oil at the base of the pan gives their jollof a cro cro—or rice crust—and a crunchy competitive edge.
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Origin and Etymology of tamarind
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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