Did you maybe mean tamarind?
- n. long-lived tropical evergreen tree with a spreading crown and feathery evergreen foliage and fragrant flowers yielding hard yellowish wood and long pods with edible chocolate-colored acidic pulp
- n. large tropical seed pod with very tangy pulp that is eaten fresh or cooked with rice and fish or preserved for curries and chutneys
“A fresh, home made fruit agua, such as jamaica or tamarindo, is a wonderful accompaniment to the many flavors found in the comida.”
“Tamarind syrup, ready to mix with water to make agua de tamarindo, is also sold, although many people buy the pods and remove the pulp themselves.”
“A fresh, homemade fruit agua, such as jamaica or tamarindo, is a wonderful accompaniment to the many flavors found in the comida.”
“We hadn't gotten far along the malecon when a transito "tamarindo" leaped out from behind a palm tree, waving his flashlight.”
“Try the burrito de cochinita pibil (20 pesos), the cheese enchiladas (3 for 30 pesos) and the tamarindo agua fresco (10 pesos).”
“The best main courses include pato le Chansonnier (duck le Chansonnier), pechuga de pollo con salsa de tamarindo, (chicken breast with tamarind) and pescado a la provenzal (fish provencal).”
“Many grocery stores sell concentrates for making different aguas fescas, like jamaica, tamarindo and more. jaybear”
“MexConnect. com Forums: Specific Focus: Mexican Kitchen: agua fresca tamarindo?”
“A couple of things, jaybear: tamarind is not a nut, and agua fresca de tamarindo isn't made of tamarind seeds!”
“If something more adult is what you want, next time you're out to dine at your favorite upscale restaurant, ask for a martini de tamarindo.”
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