Popular in many cuisines around the world, tamarind powder is used as a condiment and souring agent.
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Popular in many cuisines around the world, tamarind powder is used as a condiment and souring agent. Tamarind is extremely tart: its bouquet is slightly fruity, and it lends a more authentic taste to indian lentil and curry dishes. Tamarind is used primarily as a souring agent -- more authentic than vinegar or lemon juice in indian cooking, and a fresh, tart taste in thai, mexican and mediterranean cuisine. Tamarind is commonly used in soups, sauces, curries and rice dishes. In the west indies of the caribbean, tamarind features prominently in fruit drinks. Tamarind also is a great "secret ingredient" for your homemade barbecue sauce, hot sauces, and marinades. Tamarind contains pectin, making it a useful tool for making homemade jams and jellies. Essential to worcestershire and hp sauce, tamarind is also used in desserts and other sweet recipes. Make a quick sauce by combining tamarind powder with sugar, water, and a touch of cayenne.
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