Recipe Directions

Break the dry shells off the tamarind pods, & remove the tough veins. Soak the pods in water for a few hours, then press them through a sieve to extract the puree.

Blend the tamarind puree together with the other ingredients, then adjust the seasoning to taste. If it seems too thick, add a little more orange juice or water.

Store in the fridge. The taste improves after a day or two.

Denzildragon's Thoughts

I've been craving HP Fruity Sauce to go with my raw burgers for a while now, so came up with this version. It's not completely the same (probably couldn't be without all that starch & refined sugars), but it's very tasty!

(Sorry about the photo. The sauce is a much better colour in real life!)

Print This Recipe (PDF)

Click the button below to download the printable PDF.

Comments

Top voted

All

0 votes
+
Vote up!
-
Vote down!

You could try extra dates, and maybe a splash or two of Bragg's, but it won't give you the richness you get from tamarind. If you don't mind a little non-raw, you may be able to find pre-made tamarind extract locally.

0 votes
+
Vote up!
-
Vote down!

Wow denzildragon! What can I substitute for the tamarind? Don't have access to them here. Thanks dude! :)

Leave a Comment