Recent Examples of tamarind from the Web
Gently work in fish sauce, tamarind water and juice of two limes.
There are other unexpected-for-ice-cream ingredients in Gerson’s recipes, which create her spin on the traditional with things like tamarind, nopales (cactus paddles), and also different types of cheese: goat, cream, queso fresco.
His dishes, accordingly, dip their toes into cuisines from all around the world: pulled pork phulka tacos, Thai pomelo segments with tamarind and roast cashews, goat cheese kebabs with pickled chilies.
The tandoori broccoli with tamarind and yogurt, the griddled white sweet potato, and the vegetable biryani with garlic naan are my go-tos.
Vegetarian curries include eggplant kootan, in which the eggplant’s soft, charred flesh mingles with red chilies, tamarind, tomato and lots of garlic — a curry for baba ganoush fans.
Now, on her 9th birthday, Heather Piña sat at the dining-room table, eating her mother’s tacos and drinking tamarind juice, as people gathered outside to grill hot dogs and hamburgers for Independence Day.
The bar will serve craft Vietnamese cocktails with ginger, coconut, tamarind or lemongrass.
La Panadería’s aguas frescas and Mexican shaved ices are lovely, made with tons of fresh fruit and not too much organic raw cane sugar, in flavors like pineapple, mango 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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