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tam·a·rind

(tam'ă-rind),
The pulp of the fruit of Tamarindus indica (family Leguminosae), a large tree of India; mildly laxative.
[Mediev. L. fr. Ar. tamr]
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He added that plum and tamarind blend was not only cheaply and abundantly available but it had numerous health benefits too
Black velvet tamarind has a high percentage of carbohydrate as you'd expect, and protein in smaller quantities.
'Imli and Aaloo Bukhara' drink is a perfect blend of tamarind, dried plums, caster sugar, black salt, sugar, and crushed ice.'
Elaborating on the process of creating this piece of art, Rao said he collected a bunch of tamarind seeds to be moulded in the shape of the cup.
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In the main-wing stair banisters, Rodriguez has replaced the common scallop garland with embellished tamarind twigs.
She says she even teaches guests how to mix three kinds of wine with ingredients such as ginger, tamarind water and Asana Sling for $15.
While it is not uncommon in India to find fresh ginger blended into limeades, lemonades, and fresh sugarcane juice, it also pairs nicely with tamarind.
INGREDIENTS (Serves 4) Around 15 West Country Black mussels per portion; 500g tomato, diced; 25g ginger paste; 2dsps of coriander, freshly chopped; 20 curry leaves; 4g mustard seeds; 4g methi seeds; 10g black pepper, crushed; 15g cumin seeds; 20g fresh crushed garlic; 100ml tamarind pulp; 10g turmeric powder; 10g coriander powder; 12g salt, 50ml extra virgin coconut oil; 100ml tomato juice; 1dsp lemon juice; 500ml water METHOD 1.
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