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The Tamarind fruit is very acidic can be extremely sour by itself, but with a little preparation, you can have a delicious sweet and sour treat. Adding some ...
Here is what you will need: 1 pound Tamarind pods 1 to 1 1/2 cups of water 2 1/2 cups sugar (save a 1/2 cup for later) 1 ...
This step probably takes the longest. You have to remove the outer shell and inner strings to get to the sticky fruit. After you remove the shell, break ...
Pour half of the water over the fruit and cook it over a low to medium heat while stirring until the fruit breaks down and looks more like ...
Once you have a nice thick paste, add the salt and start adding the sugar. Add 1 cup of sugar at a time until it is completely incorporated. ...
Make sure you use something that will fit in your Fridge. Using a cookie sheet and some wax paper I dropped a little more than a tablespoon for ...
After they cooled, I used the rest of the sugar and rolled each piece. I find it useful to use one hand to grab the candy and the ...
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