Tamarind Paste Seedless 2 x 227 g Qualifirst

SKU: 182118-2 | Qualifirst

Tamarind Paste is the pulp of a tropical fruit that has a very sour, slightly sweet flavour and a texture similar to date puree. Its flavour is much loved in Caribbean, South American and Asian cuisine. It is used in Pad Thai and in sour soups such as Tom Yum, in Indian curries such as fish, and chutneys. Tamarind is an ingredient in popular condiments including Worcestershire and Steak Sauce. It has many sweet applications and is found in beverages, ice creams, sorbets and candies.

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    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size (g/mL)
    Serving Size Consumer Friendly 60 g
    Amount % Daily Value*

    Ingredients

    Tamarind 100%

    • PREMIUM PRODUCT – Tamarind Paste is the pulp of a tropical fruit that has a very sour, slightly sweet flavour and a texture similar to date puree.
    • AUTHENTIC FLAVOUR – Its flavour is much loved in Caribbean, South American and Asian cuisine. It is used in Pad Thai and in sour soups such as Tom Yum, in Indian curries such as fish, and chutneys.
    • BENEFITS – Tamarind pulp has a high vitamin C, Vitamin B and calcium content and using it in food has many benefits.
    • USING TAMARIND PASTE – In recipes, usually tamarind water is called for as it is easily blended into a dish. To prepare tamarind water, pinch off a piece from the block, pour over water to cover in a bowl, and squeeze the pulp repeatedly. Strain the resultant liquid, discarding any fibers.
    • OTHER USAGE IDEAS – Tamarind can be used in desserts as a jam, blended into juices or sweetened drinks, sorbets, ice creams, candies and snacks. Tamarind is also an ingredient in popular condiments including Worcestershire and Steak Sauce.


    Tamarind Paste is the pulp of a tropical fruit that has a very sour, slightly sweet flavour and a texture similar to date puree. Its flavour is much loved in Caribbean, South American and Asian cuisine. It is used in Pad Thai and in sour soups such as Tom Yum, in Indian curries such as fish, and chutneys. Tamarind is an ingredient in popular condiments including Worcestershire and Steak Sauce. It has many sweet applications and is found in beverages, ice creams, sorbets and candies.

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