2 cups tamarind (dried)
Agave syrup to taste
Cayenne pepper to taste
Pinch of sea salt
1. Soak the tamarind for several hours and then push the pulp through a strainer (They make a liquid concentrate that is easier to use, but it is probably cooked.).
2. Add the sweetener and cayenne until is is nice and sweet.
Grassdude's ThoughtsBy grassdude
This chutney is pretty sweet but is used as a dip with savory dishes in India like samosa, pakora, and vada.
It is a simple minimalist recipe but sometimes less is more.
Use as a dip or sushi topping.
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