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The basis of an exotic marinade and sauce

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EAT ME Tamarind Product photo

The tamarind is one of the strangest looking exotics in the EAT ME range. It is a large brown pod, which is mainly known in Asian cuisine as an ingredient in many marinades and sauces. After preparation, the sticky pulp takes on a paste-like texture.

The flavour of tamarind is sweet and sour and perfect for Asian dishes. The seeds in the pod are not edible.


Do you want to make a marinade for chicken satay yourself? Much more delicious! Tamarind is the right place to start for a spicy variant. Many Thai dishes cannot be made without tamarind. And try it in a chutney recipe.


Remove the skin of EAT ME tamarind with your hands. Then take out the soft flesh for further preparation, such as cooking and stir-frying.

How to use tamarind in the kitchen?

  • Cooking
  • Baking

Storage advice

If you have a ripe tamarind, it's best to store it in the fridge.

Nutritional values per 100 grams

301 kcal
72 g carbohydrates
0 g fats
0 g saturated fats
0,3 g fiber

Tamarind is rich in vitamin B6. This vitamin should not be underestimated, it is crucial for the metabolism of protein. It is also a source of potassium, the mineral that is good for muscle functioning.

Where does tamarind come from?

EAT ME tamarind comes from Thailand.