Tamarind is a widely consumed Indian Spice. South Indians would be lost without the tangy tamarind that peps up their food. A needed amount of tamarind is soaked in water and the extract prepared is added mostly towards the end while preparing dishes. In this week’s update we look at getting tamarind extract ready to make ‘Rasam’, a spicy Indian soup.How to Prepare Tamarind Extract and Rasam Recipe
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