A good way to make tamarind paste is by soaking it in warm water for 10 minutes, and stirring, until it turns into a paste.
Scoop out the paste and throw the rest away.
It is a great addition to any marinade or dressing, and excellent as replacement for fish sauce in Pad Thai noodles.
In Costa Rica the fruit is boiled with sugar for a refreshing drink.
This fruit which is deliciously tangy and nutritious,
contain an impressive amount of essential nutrients,
including 36% of the daily recommended value in thiamin,
35% in iron, 23% in magnesium, and 16% in phosphorus.
Other prominent benefits include niacin, calcium, vitamin C, copper, fiber, and pyridoxine, proving it to be a uniquely beneficial food.
As most ancient foods do, tamarind has a long history of medicinal uses. Many involve easing stomach discomfort, aiding digestion, and use as a laxative.
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