A staple in Mexican and South East Asian cuisines, tamarindo lends a signature sweet and sour taste to dishes. Grown in Mexico, the tamarind pods contain a tangy brown pulp, which is often used to create a paste for cooking. The pod that the seed comes in is delicate, and will come cracked or broken. Tamarind in Central and South America is often used to make desserts, and aguas frescas or sweet tamarind beverages.
Ratings & Reviews
Half of the pods are mealy and dried out. inedible. i've ordered before and loved them. I guess its hit or miss.Daniel, Miami Beach, FL
Price is ok. Tamarind was fresh, but so sour.. bad luck.Yuri, Pompano Beach, FL
Very potent flavor - very good. I am saving the seeds to make into beads too, as they are attractive.Heidi, North Charleston, SC
It's really sour, still trying to figure out how to make it with other ingredients.Jung, Kotzebue, AK
Tamarind. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 7g (~0.2 oz.)
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Store in a cool dry place. Refrigeration is not needed.
Country of origin: Mexico