[ UK /tˈæməɹˌɪnd/ ]
  1. large tropical seed pod with very tangy pulp that is eaten fresh or cooked with rice and fish or preserved for curries and chutneys
  2. long-lived tropical evergreen tree with a spreading crown and feathery evergreen foliage and fragrant flowers yielding hard yellowish wood and long pods with edible chocolate-colored acidic pulp
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How To Use tamarind In A Sentence

  • Basically, it is a fish stew mixed with squash, sweet potatoes, okra, tamarind, and different kinds of peppers.
  • Hydroxycitric acid is derived from the Malabar tamarind tropical fruit native to India.
  • In a funky setting, explore artfully presented skewered meats, seafood and rice, perfumed with tamarind, coconut milk, anise, chillies, garlic and ginger.
  • Bitter Gourd with Pigeon Pea-Tamarind Sauce (Pahakai Pitlai Kozhumbu) (Toor Dal – split pigeon peas - Cajanus cajan, Chana Dal – split skinless Desi chickpeas - Cicer arietinum, and Urad Dal – split black gram – Vigna mungo) 7. Archive 2009-04-01
  • They are acid, and considered by some to be better than tamarind for the preparation of acidulous drinks.
  • Willow, olives and tamarind are also introduced as all are species that thrive on riverbanks.
  • Tamarind, besides being a good source of B vitamins, calcium and potassium, is being studied as a possible cholesterol-lowering agent, and an extract from its seeds is made into eye drops to treat dry eye syndrome. Tart, Tasty Tamarind: From Candy to Cocktails
  • Soak tamarind in 1 ½ cups of water, squeeze well and strain the juice.
  • In the Virgin Islands the tamarind and the kapok are the two species most commonly held to be spirit trees.
  • You see that huge tamarind tree, just outside the gate?
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