Tamarind pulp or concentrate comes from the sticky flesh of a tamarind pod which taste similar to dates but sour. It adds a delicious tangy fruitiness to dishes and when made into a sorbet, a great way to end a meal. Nothing goes to waste in Burma, the tender leaves and flowers are used in soups and salads.


You could try using lemon juice mixed with a little sugar for salads or Bramley apples in curries


Supermarkets, Asian stores

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