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Country of origin
sea ​​bream
raw materials
Tamarind
Allergic substances contained in raw materials
Nutrient
(11054) Dry Tamarind Bar 454g
Amount: 317 kcal
Protein: 3.3 g
Lipality: 0 g
Carbohydrate: 75.1 g
Salt equivalent: 0.0 g
※ This display value is a guide
Shipping method
Dry Delivery / Normal temperature (Sagawa Express)

* Cannot be bundled with frozen or refrigerated items (Cool items).
* Please check the "shipping date" and "scheduled delivery date" in the payment step before ordering.
* The storage period at the delivery company is 8 days including the first delivery date.
Preservation method
Store in a cool place and store it in a cool place, and store it to the refrigerator after opening.
recipe
[How to use]
Since the skin and seeds are mixed as it is, please use it for cooking after making tamarind water by the following procedure.

For making "Tamarind Sauce" (Imli Sauce) to accompany samosas and charts. It's so sour that it can be combined with sugar to make sweets, or used in Chana masala curry to add a refreshing acidity. It is also used in Thai food "Tom Yum Kung", which is said to be one of the world's three major soups, and Filipino food "Sinigang soup".
[How to make tamarind water]
1. Add about 80cc of water to about 100g of tamarind bar and soak for 10 to 15 minutes.
2. When it becomes soft, knead it well by hand to dissolve the extract in water.
3. Strain with a colander and use the finished tamarind water for cooking.

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