Deliciously tangy and one of the most highly prized natural foods in South Asia, the tamarind – the melodic name of which comes from the Persian "tamar-I-hind," meaning "date of India" – is gaining recognition and appreciation throughout the world. Said to be native to Africa, this exotic fruit grows on exceptionally tall trees of the fabaceae family, such as peas, beans, and other legumes, mostly in the warmer, dryer areas of Asia, Mexico, and India. Tamarind trees produce an abundance of long, curved, brown pods filled with small brown seeds, surrounded by a sticky pulp that dehydrates naturally to a sticky paste. The pods look a bit like huge, brown, overly mature green beans. After harvest, tamarinds are sometimes shelled in preparation for export. From there, they're often pressed into balls and layered with sugary water or syrup; sometimes they're salted. Processed tamarind products can be found in supermarkets, but remember that additives can alter the nutritional profile. It’s better to purchase tamarind when it's fresh and still in the pod. Refrigeration is the best way to preserve the freshness for up to several months.
Tamarind Pods Tamarind is native to tropical Africa and Madagascar. Tamarind is the acidic, dark-brown to black pulp from the pods of an enormous tree. The pulp obtained is well dried and compressed into cakes. Tamarind is generally used in India as paste or pulp in addition to its being a main constituent in our daily food preparations. India holds the credit of chief producer of this crop. Different Qualities : With or without seeds, With or without Fibre
Tamarind Seed : The ripe fruit of tamarind tree is used as a condiment. The tamarind tree produces pod-like fruit, which contain an edible pulp that is used in cuisines around the world. India is the largest producer of tamarind. Tamarind pulp is used in numerous culinary preparations. It is also a raw material for the preparation of wine like beverages. The tamarind kernel powder is found to be extensively used for its sizing properties, in textile, confectionary, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries. The testa is used in dyeing and tanning industry. The tender leaves and flowers are used as vegetables. In medicine, it is used as appetizing, laxative, healing and anti-helmintic. It is also used against fluorosis.
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Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) is a leguminous tree in the family Fabaceae indigenous to tropical Africa. The genus Tamarindus is a monotypic taxon (having only a single species). The tamarind tree produces pod-like fruit that contains an edible pulp used in cuisines around the world.
Tamarind is a hardwood tree known scientifically as Tamarindus indica. Tamarind is a type of tropical fruit. It is used in many dishes around the world, and may even have medicinal properties. Tamarind fruit contains certain health benefiting essential volatile chemical compounds, minerals, vitamins and dietary fiber. Tamarind has played an important role in traditional medicine. Its Antioxidants May Boost Heart Health It May Have Anti-fungal, Antiviral and Antibacterial Effects
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With the help of our experienced personnel, our company is acknowledged as one of the well-known manufacturers and exporters of Tamarind Powder. This powder range is hygienically processed at our highly developed processing unit by making use of high-quality tamarind procured from the certified vendors of the domain. High purity, pungent taste, long shelf life and optimum freshness are the outstanding features of these powders. Tamarind Powder is widely used in preparing various cuisines to add taste and flavor.
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