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Preserved: Spicy Tamarind Caramel

Sweets Emily Teel Post a comment

This caramel pairs tangy tamarind with sugar, salt, and cayenne pepper, a twist on flavors found in tamarind candies from Thailand and Central America. More

Spicy Tamarind Caramel

Serious Eats Emily Teel Post a comment

This caramel pairs tangy tamarind with sugar, salt, and cayenne pepper, a twist on flavors found in tamarind candies from Thailand and Central America. More

Here, Lassi!

Serious Eats Mira Evnine & Liz Clayman 1 comment

This tamarind and coconut-enhanced take on a traditional lassi is downright refreshing, a little tart with just the right amount of sweet and smooth. More

Andy Ricker's Naam Jim Kai Yaang (Tamarind dipping sauce)

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

This tangy tamarind dipping sauce is served with Andy Ricker's Whole Roasted Young Chicken from his new Pok Pok cookbook. More

Beyond Curry: Tamarind Fish Curry

Beyond Curry Denise D'silva Sankhe Post a comment

Tart tamarind and mild, tender fish are a classic pairing in Indian cuisine. Here, the fruit provides a welcome contrast to a spice blend of coriander, chili powder, cumin, fennel seeds, and turmeric. Though the amount of tamarind might initially seem excessive, the sourness actually mellows as the curry simmers, the sauce greedily absorbed by a finishing addition of fluffy white rice. More

Tamarind Fish Curry

Serious Eats Denise D'silva Sankhe 5 comments

This tangy, spicy fish curry goes well with fluffy white rice. Use any firm fleshed fish of your choice (or even shrimp, if they're your preferred seafood). More

14 Great Lunches in the Flatiron District

New York Amalia Safran 11 comments

The Flatiron District, named after its iconic wedge-shaped building, is always bustling, especially around lunch. But finding an especially good one in this busy office neighborhood can be more of a challenge than you'd think. With that in mind, we've compiled 14 of our favorite lunches in the area: budget-friendly sandwiches, filling noodle bowls, and some nicer sitdowns. More

Essential Sodas: Jarritos Tamarindo

Drinks Jed Portman 20 comments

In the years following World War II, as Coca-Cola climbed to international superstardom, Don Francisco Hill had an idea. A native of Mexico, a country long enamored with aguas frescas made from water, sugar, and fruit, Hill envisioned a line of Mexican-made soft drinks that would capture the same fresh and simple flavors. To me, tamarind (the second-best-selling of all Jarritos flavors) is the be-all and end-all, the single must-try, the Alpha and the Omega of the venerable collection. More

What to Do with Leftover Rice: Tamarind Rice

Beyond Curry Denise D'silva Sankhe Post a comment

Tamarind rice or Puliyodharai is a delicious dish from the south of India, a region that loves its rice. Leftover rice is combined with spices, tamarind pulp and peanuts to create a filling meal with minimal fuss. More

Tamarind Rice

Serious Eats Denise D'silva Sankhe 3 comments

This tangy dish embellished with peanuts and spices is a quick way to use up leftover rice. More

Sauced: Sweet Tamarind Chutney

Sauced Joshua Bousel 3 comments

Sweet and sour, this tamarind sauce is a flavorful Indian staple that's easy to prepare at home. More

Sweet Tamarind Chutney

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel Post a comment

Sweet and sour, this tamarind sauce is a flavorful Indian staple that's easy to prepare at home. More

Sugar Rush: Gulab Jamun and Lychee Kulfi at Tamarind

New York Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

On Tuesday we were at Tamarind Tea Room, the casual sister restaurant to the more formal Tamarind next door. The dessert menu here is a mix of classic Indian desserts done elegantly, and American desserts like cheesecakes and soufflés. Avoid the American ones, not because they're bad, but because the Indian desserts are that much better. More

My Thai: Son-in-Law Eggs (Fried Hard-Boiled Eggs in Tamarind Sauce)

Leela Punyaratabandhu 2 comments

Son-in-law eggs are loved so much by the Thai people. It's one of those down-home dishes that you don't usually find at fancy restaurants in Thailand; you find them mostly at no-frills rice-curry shops or school cafeterias. And you'd hardly ever find them at a Thai restaurant in North America. More

Son-in-Law Eggs: Thai Fried Hard-Boiled Eggs in Tamarind Sauce

Serious Eats Leela Punyaratabandhu 8 comments

[Photograph: Leela Punyaratabandhu] Sour, sweet, and salty, this dish represents what people love about Thai cuisine. It may look complicated to make but it's quite easy. If you have hard-boiled eggs on hand, these son-in-law eggs will be ready in... More

Yusho's Baconian Cipher

Serious Eats Roger Kamholz Post a comment

With the unique and original ingredient of tamarind bitters and artisanal spirits like Gran Classico, this Negroni-esque cocktail outdoes its inspiration. More

Cinnamon-Tamarind Margarita

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman 2 comments

This margarita is super tart and fresh, with the slightly earthy notes of tamarind and cinnamon coming through. Use a good 100% agave tequila, blanco or reposado. The spice of the tequila echoes beautifully though this cocktail, and a little Cointreau adds a hint of orangey sweetness. More

The Art of the Lunch Deal: Tamarind

New York Nick Solares Post a comment

Tamarind 41 East 22nd St, New York NY 10010; map); 212-674-7400; tamarinde22.com Service: First class: attentive and knowledgeable Setting: A comfortable, modern room with great light Compare to: Amma, Tabla Cost: $24.07 for three courses Three courses—one of three... More

Cook the Book: Halved Eggs with Garlic, Curry Leaves, and Tamarind

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

If you can think of an ingredient, chances are that there is a recipe that utilizes it in Raghavan Iyer's 660 Curries. I would have never thought to incorporate hard-cooked eggs into a curry recipe, but it makes perfect sense.... More

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