To make the famous Indian sauce or chutney, the tamarind paste is ideal.
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|Caution||May contain traces of nuts|
|Composition||Tamarind, water, salt|
|Conservation||Store in a cool dry place|
Called imli in India (Hindi), the fruit of tamarind is a brown pod that looks like a large bean, containing pulp and seeds. It is a tropical fruit, now used for its flavor in cuisines of the whole world. It is found in the form of juice, pulp or concentrate and its acidulous flavor, which reminds the one of the lemon, is popular in Indian cooking. There, it is used as a spice.
Tamarind is used to prepare various masalas or curry, and, associated with palm sugar, a delicious chutney to accompany the samosas, pakoras, bhajis, etc.. It also comes in the famous recipe sambhar, a typical dish of southern India.
It facilitates the transit through its laxative properties and is rich in calcium.