Does anyone know anything about sweet tamarinds?
January 22, 2018 7:39am CST
A while back I saw this package of sweet tamarind pods and heard they were wonderful as an anti inflammatory. I am also trying to find food with these feature due to some aches and pains I occasionally have and it looks good. Problem, I have no idea how to eat them. When I researched on how to use them, I see there is a sour and a sweet tamarind and mostly got recipes for the sour to add to Indian food. Since I got the sweet, I wanted something to help me with using the sweet. I did find this video (the link is below and the kid is amazing, he explains how to crack the pod and that the pulp and seed are both edible). However, though I may eat a few like this, I wonder if there is a good recipe for sweet tamarinds?
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I do not use sweet tamarind, but online there are plenty of recipes for Sweet Tamarind
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I'm not much of a tea drinker, but my husband is. Do you boil the pulp along with the seeds and the root-like string? How long do you boil it? and I am guessing you strain the pulp before drinking, but do you still consume the boiled pulp?
The tamarind grows in South China.Although I have seen them ,but have never eaten them.Don't know if the link below helps.