Noun(1) 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(2) large tropical seed pod with very tangy pulp that is eaten fresh or cooked with rice and fish or preserved for curries and chutneys
(1) Archaeologists have long known that certain tamarind trees were considered sacred.(2) It is among the more eco-friendly commercial enterprises in this region where you can still find a century-old tamarind tree overlooking the swimming pool and providing shade to diners on the patio.(3) Willow, olives and tamarind are also introduced as all are species that thrive on riverbanks.(4) The whole month of April will see every visitor to the showroom receive half a kilo of tamarind fruit.(5) We developed this glaze based on tamarind and palm sugar - two flavours that are often found together in South East Asian cooking.(6) Soak the tamarind in 1 1/2 cups of water, squeeze well and strain out the juice.(7) The tamarind is prized for its pods, which grow in clusters and contain very small beans, surrounded by an attractively sour/acid pulp.(8) You see that huge tamarind tree, just outside the gate?(9) It had been cleaned in the morning and they could see a heap of faded flowers at the foot of a tamarind tree nearby.(10) In the Virgin Islands the tamarind and the kapok are the two species most commonly held to be spirit trees.(11) Hydroxycitric acid is derived from the Malabar tamarind tropical fruit native to India.(12) Remove the seeds from the tamarind and discard.(13) In a funky setting, explore artfully presented skewered meats, seafood and rice, perfumed with tamarind , coconut milk, anise, chillies, garlic and ginger.(14) Sour and acid tastes are liked, and are manifest in the use of lime juice, tamarind , etc.(15) Back home in some Indian villages and even in the city, the night heron, the pond heron and the egret roost habitually amid the thick foliage of the mango, the tamarind and the neem in yards around houses.(16) Nothing more relaxing, you might think, than the weekly meeting of four friends in the shade of the tamarind tree.
(1) tamarind tree :: pyebwa temaren
1. tamarind tree ::
Different Formstamarind, tamarinds
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