testimonials
Check my
shopping cart
tamarind concentrate thai

Tamarind Concentrate, 16 oz jar

Tamarind sauce is a critical ingredient in many Thai foods, including the famous Pad Thai. Tamarind sauce is commonly used in various northern Thai dishes as a souring agent. Tamarind is also used in the manufacturing of ketchups, sauces--Chinese, Worcestershire, Barbecue, etc. Tamarind is effective as a natural preservative and marinade.

Usually tamarind paste is mixed with water and strained, the resulting tamarind juice being what's used in Thai recipes.

Our tamarind conentrate is a concentrated form of tamarind juice (and very convenient to use because it removes the need for mixing & straining). With tamarind concentrate you can prepare most recipe that calls for tamarind, but there are some recipes that call for pure tamarind paste.

See a selection of recipes below that require tamarind, and detailed photographs of natural tamarind fruit and trees. Thailand grows a rich, full tasting fresh tamarind that is regarded around the world as the finest quality available.

Ingredients: Tamarind, water, sodium benzoate.

Product of Thailand.

Also see our Tamarind Cutting Board.

Buy 1, $5.89
We recommend this product in the following ImportFood.com Thai recipes:
Thai Fresh Spring Rolls, "Pa Pia Sod"
Stir Fried Tamarind Shrimp, "Goong Pad Nam Makham Piek"
Thai Masaman Chicken, "Gaeng Masaman Gai"
Thai Pork Satay, "Moo Satay"
Northern Style Beef Curry, "Gaeng Hanglay"
Thai Crispy Stir Fried Noodle, "Mee Krob"
Betel Leaf Salad with Shredded Carrot
North Eastern Thai Pork Salad, "Yum Mu Isan"
Thai Beef Flambe, "Neua Pad Kimao"
Thai Papaya Salad, "Som Tam Isan"
Gaeng Tay Poe
Thai Hot Noodles Korat Style, "Pad Mee Korat Phet"
Thai Sweet & Sour Chicken Soup, "Kaeng Som Gai"
Thai Fish Sour Soup, "Gaeng Som Pla"
Thai Rama Chicken, "Praram Long Song"
Thai Sushi, "Pla koong"
Tamarind Vodka Cocktail
Thai Sour Fish Soup, "Kaeng Som Phak Bung Phrik Sod Kab Pla"
Kaeng Kua Sour Bamboo Shoot with Shrimp
Son-In-Law Eggs, "Khai Look Koei Song Krueng"
Thai Sweet & Sour Sauce, "Nam Jim Priao Wan"
Waterfall Beef, "Neua Yang Nam Tok"
A "Hot" Yellow Fish Curry, "Gaeng Lueng"
Pad Thai
Fried Thai pastry balls with tamarind-garlic sauce, "Bayia"
Vegetables with Tofu Dip, Pak Namjim Tofu
Chicken Salad with Spicy Peanut Vinaigrette, Thai-American style
Grilled Meat Dipping Sauce, "Nam Jim Jeaw"
Tamarind Photos: 1) tamarind and leaves from tamarind tree, 2) tamarind after husk removed, 3) large tamarind tree in Kanchanaburi Thailand.
fresh tamarind tamarind pulp
tamarind tree