Tamarind Chutney

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Tamarind Chutney
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Description[edit]

Tamarind Chutney [1] [2] this dish is an easy accompanyment to many different dishes in every part of India as it is both sweet and sour.


Ingredients[edit]

Procedures[edit]

  1. Combine tamarind paste, water and jaggery in a deep pan, let boil.
  2. Include salt, ginger powder and chili powder.
  3. Continue to boil over medium heat, achieveing a consistency that is thick like a sauce.
  4. Let stand to cool.

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References[edit]

  1. Vaswani, Suneeta (2004). Easy Indian Cooking. Robert Rose Inc.. pp. 60. ISBN 0-7788-0088-1. 
  2. Bharadwaj, Monisha (2006). the Indian kitchen. Kyodo Printing Co. Pte. Ltd.. pp. 125. ISBN 978-1-85626-659-8.