A very important ingredient in South Indian cooking, tamarind paste is one of the essential souring agents that is used in a lot of recipes. It has a long shelf life and can be easily made at home. It can be very useful in everyday cooking. So how do we go about making it? Let's take a look.
Once you have your tamarind paste prepared, you can use it in a variety of meals in your daily diet, including as a popular ingredient in chutneys, stews, and curries, as well as vegetable and noodle dishes. It is a popular addition to hot and sour soups and an ingredient in marinades. It is also added to refreshing, healthy shakes, often complemented by coriander seeds, cardamom, dates, honey, and cloves.