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Tamarind Paste

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Tamarind Paste Recipe, Imli Khatti , How To Make Tamarind Paste Recipe

Tamarind pulp is an excellent souring agent prominently used in most Southeast Asian dishes. It is used in Chaaru (lentil soup), sambhar or sambar (vegetable soup), gojju, and several types of chutneys.

About Recipe

Chinthapandu pulusu, Puli kulambu, ?Tentool Tetul thok

How to make Tamarind Paste

(2 ratings)
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Prep time
mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
10 mins
Tamarind Paste
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Tamarind
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : July 27, 2018


Ingredients used in Tamarind Paste
• Tamarind - 30 grams.
• Water - 300 ml.
Method:

Soak tamarind for 2 min in hot water and squeeze out all the sour pulp out of it.






Cooking with images ?Chincha Ammbaa, Tamarind launji, Hunase Hannu Huli Huli







 

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VahChef Posted on Tue Nov 13 2007

it takes 2 min to make why store,you can keep for 2 weeks in fridge

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shailshri Posted on Wed Aug 20 2008

My mom keeps it in the freezer. that way, it has a very long shelf life :-) Before using you can scrape out how much is needed and either microwave it or keep it aside for a longer time to melt before using. you can try and see for yourself.:-D

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genghis26 Posted on Tue Sep 09 2008

Great video, I now know about tamarind juice. I'm going to look at all your videos now, you're a legend!

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AbstractMan23 Posted on Sun May 17 2009

hahaha you are THE BEST!!

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vorpal22 Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

Chef, you've got crazy ninja moves! That tamarind didn't stand a chance against you. I love tamarind juice and I can't wait to try this!

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XFairyPoopX Posted on Sat Aug 08 2009

:O vahchefs so cool

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Sunnhunter Posted on Fri Aug 14 2009

In Mexico, tamarind based colas are very popular like Jarittos!

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SR R Posted on Thu Feb 04 2010

can we use fresh tamarind rather than dried tamarind

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sanitariumprod23 Posted on Wed Feb 17 2010

yes

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SR R Posted on Wed Feb 17 2010

thx

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obiwan kinobi Posted on Sun Feb 21 2010

quick, simple an straight-forward!! and also a cool showmaster ;-) thank you!

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Anna Clark Posted on Tue Feb 23 2010

woohoo..great..wow & the benefits..fast tips. thanks! off to get some at dollar store! woohoo

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