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Tamarind BBQ Sauce #12991885 12/11/18 03:18 AM
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Have you ever made this using Tamarind Concentrate Paste? I received my two orders today and want to make some. I have a recipe I want to try. Do you have a recipe you may want to share using this exotic ingredient?


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Re: Tamarind BBQ Sauce [Re: V-Bottom] #12995613 12/14/18 11:23 PM
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I don't have a recipe, but would sure like to know how it works for you. I start out with regular Stubb's and add apple cider vinegar, Franks hot sauce, brown sugar, and a shot of catchup. Think tamarind is used in either Heinz 57 and or A1 sauce and I love them both.

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It's VERY sour. Use sparingly.


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Re: Tamarind BBQ Sauce [Re: V-Bottom] #12996728 12/16/18 04:22 PM
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Thatís sounds different . I love tamarind in candy . Other things not so much Iíve had ice cream and I had someone make me some homemade brandy and it wasnít as appealing as expected. Iíd really like to know how he sauce comes out tho !

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[quote=Nickbyrd]Thatís sounds different . I love tamarind in candy . Other things not so much Iíve had ice cream and I had someone make me some homemade brandy and it wasnít as appealing as expected. Iíd really like to know how he sauce comes out tho .

The wife went to the store today and picked up a few things I need for my sauce and the mason jars. I will be cooking some in the next day or 2. I'll let ya'll know how it went and post my recipe if you want to make some. There are quite a few ingredients. EXOTIC BBQ Sauce!!


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Re: Tamarind BBQ Sauce [Re: V-Bottom] #12999793 12/19/18 07:31 PM
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It's on the stove and simmering..........smelling gooooooooood.
Now after 30 minutes and letting it cool, I tasted and its very good I think. It has a bite, but nowhere near HOT. One change I will make is cut down on the heat. Too warm for momma!! If you would like my recipe, just PM me for more info.

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Re: Tamarind BBQ Sauce [Re: V-Bottom] #13002684 12/22/18 07:30 PM
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My recipe for Tamarind BBQ Sauce

2 cups of HUNTS ketchup
2 tbsp of chili powder
1 tsp of salt and pepper each
1/2 cup of yellow mustard and apple cider vinegar
4 tbsp of Worcester sauce
1/4 cup of each....lemon juice,A1 steak sauce, molasses, and honey
1 cup of light brown sugar
2 tbsp of Tamarind Paste
1/4 cup of olive oil
1 large chopped onion
8 cloves of chopped garlic
1 chili pepper seeded and chopped

In a sauce pan add oil, chopped onions and garlic and chili pepper until onions are visibly clear.
Add the sauce mix and bring to a boil then simmer for 20 minutes. NOTE: you can strain out the solids
or put in a blender as I did. Water bath for 25 minutes if you so desire. I didn't !! I just sterilized the mason jars and lid with rubber seal as it tends to make a better seal when the rubber is soft. Cool and put in fridge for 3 days to let spices blend well for that perfect flavor. I would highly recommend you use HUNTS ketchup bc stuff like Heinz has all kinds of [censored] in it. HUNTS is the BEST.

ENJOY Merry Christmas to all. Ed & Denise

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