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The sambal, or Malaysian chili sauce, is rich and deliciously savory, made with shallots, ginger, galangal, lemongrass, and tamarind.
So Long, Hi’s version features a sweet-yet-spicy sauce with honey and tamarind, fish sauce, chile, and citrus.
Take the Bad Hombre, made from bourbon, tamarind, white vermouth, lime, and earthy worm salt or the pulpy, ginger-laden Tamarind Mule with mescal.
Pad Thai is made with slippery glass noodles with garlic, bits of egg, tamarind, chopped peanuts and fat segments of scallion.
This refreshing sweet and sour soup consists of a tamarind broth and is typically made with fish, pineapple, tomatoes, and vegetables like okra and elephant ear.
There is no histrionic sweetness, just a tamarind undertow, a kiss of lime and brine from knots of dried shrunken shrimp.
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.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of tamarind
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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