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By: Anas

Tue, 07 Aug 2012 16:42:38 +0000

Hello from Malaysia.... Mamey (Pouteria Sapota) looks like what know here as Ciku (pronounced Chee-Coo, Manikara Zapota) though it's of different species i believe it doesnt taste that differently... or is it? Atemoya is called Nona...



By: Nithya

Wed, 04 Mar 2009 12:28:10 +0000

Hi Jen! Tamarind is used most with fish curry in south India. You should really try this recipe if you like the taste of tamarind: saute 1 onion, 1/2 tsp ginger-garlic paste, 1/2 tsp turmeric, 1 tsp red chilly powder. Add tamarind paste with water and bring to boil. Add fish (salmon is good)and when almost cooked, add a cup of coconut milk. (Spice it up with more chilly if you like)



By: The Left Over Queen » Blog Archive » My Foray into Artisan Gelato By Way of Ice Cream: Recipe: Tamarind Ice Cream and Papaya-Mango Ice Cream

Wed, 21 May 2008 14:50:30 +0000

[...] I am telling you, this is amazing stuff and it hearkens back to my memory of that luscious Tamarind Milkshake of my [...]



By: The Leftover Queen

Mon, 18 Feb 2008 16:26:10 +0000

Wow, what an honor, Blessy! I am so glad it was a hit!



By: Blessy

Sun, 17 Feb 2008 20:48:18 +0000

Hi Jenn, Thanx a lot for this wonderful and easy recipe. I made this for Valentines Day dinner and it ws fabulous. I was plannig to make chicken curry that day. When I was browsing that day, I came to visit your site thru DaniSpies.com. Found out that I had everything in store for the Tamarind Chicken, so thought to give it a try...It was very wonderful and unique in taste...



By: The Left Over Queen » Blog Archive » Important Updates!

Wed, 30 Jan 2008 18:17:26 +0000

[...] Pure Vegetarian, had a recipe for Tamarind Date Chutney on her blog! Many of you who enjoyed my post on Tamarinds were wondering how to make this on your own - well here is how! There is a link to it imbedded in [...]



By: The Leftover Queen

Wed, 30 Jan 2008 16:20:56 +0000

Thanks for the link Jennifer, I also have it embedded in the post! Have you been? You need to go!



By: Jennifer

Wed, 30 Jan 2008 13:54:25 +0000

Robert is Here: http://www.andtheeggs.net/2007/11/robert-is-here.html



By: The Leftover Queen

Mon, 28 Jan 2008 05:44:08 +0000

Hi Margot! Are you a cauliflower fan? Stay tuned, I have a GREAT cauliflower recipe on its way! Thanks Peter! Tamarind if fun to play with. I love the samosa dip! yum! Yes, Courtney! I have seen Tamarind soda in Mexican grocers as well and it is delicious! That is true Heather, it is in everything good! Had I ever gone to the coffee shop where you worked, I'd have been all over that Kama Sutra! I actually have a bottle of Tamarind syrup in the closet. I make Italian sodas with it! Philodendron is edible (well not its leaves of course)? How weird! Thanks Cakespy! What was your disaster, Jen? Wow, Nuria that is a crazy coincidence. It is a lovely name. It just sounds good! It has to taste good! I bet you could MAKE this chutney! Ben! I actually have a similar candy in my closet - it is tamarind bites with chili on it - I got it from a Thai grocer. So glad I could bring back some memories from childhood! Wow, Lane, that eggplant dish sounds phenomenal! I would so eat that! Thanks Nina! I am so glad you stopped by and like my blog! Isn't Jeni's blog great? Welcome to blogging, you are going to LOVE it! Hey Emiline! I have indeed seen it in the blocks before. So I think you have probably had it. Did you like it? I think you need to get more and do some baking experiments with it! I think it would be delish! Yes, 425 is definatly the new 350!!! Hi Cakelaw! Isn't it cute? I think it is jst so photogenic! :) Thanks so much Sylvia! It is a great ingredient! HiTanna! Thanks! It is a very interesting flavor. Hi Bellini! Like I said on your blog, we should do an exchange! :) It is a great taste, kat! Trotter, this stuff is GOOD for you! You don't have to destroy your diet! Thanks Maryann - well you know what they say, there is no time like the present! :) Hi Johanna - it has a way different flavor profile from citrus, so I think you should give it a try. It is something you should experience for sure. I think it would taste great on tofu! And as Lane suggested eggplant too, which I think sounds wonderful! If you have an Indian market near you, I would suggest stopping by and see what they have. It is quite an exotic ingredient for me too, Ivy, but it is such a wonderful flavor! Yes, Kevin! I think you will have a blast experimenting!



By: Kevin

Sun, 27 Jan 2008 17:25:47 +0000

This sounds really tasty. I have a jar of tamarind paste in my fridge that I have only used once. I will have to pull it out and do something with it.



By: ivy

Sun, 27 Jan 2008 14:44:37 +0000

This is the first time I've heard of tamarind and had to go and find more info in Wikipedia about it. However that was a lovely story and your chicken looks superb.



By: Johanna

Sun, 27 Jan 2008 04:30:53 +0000

Thanks for your rave about tamarind - I feel I need to get acquainted with tamarind but haven't yet - from your comments and other things I have read, it is quite sour which makes me wonder how much I would like it - I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with citrus - sometimes it is so good in cooking but I hae little desire to have too much lemon in anything. I even like your idea of using the chutney as a marinade - although I would be doing it with tofu.