In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I tried a few new recipes, but nothing too exotic, because I wasn't sure how to go about finding galangal, shrimp paste, fenugreek, black cumin, or tamarind.
- Cool and grind along with salt, tamarind and six tablespoons of water into a smooth paste.
- Sour and acid tastes are liked, and are manifest in the use of lime juice, tamarind, etc.
- She said that there was so much to be had - rice, dal, tamarind, clothes - if only she could go out and get it.
- Malay food beckons all with its fantastic curries and herb-spiced flavours - lemongrass, coriander and tamarind make up much of the taste.
- Overall the chaat plates seem to include lots of little crispy fried things, like puris, also cubed potatoes, raw onions, chickpeas, tamarind and yoghurt.
- Along with curry, food is seasoned with hot red peppers, tamarind, garlic and ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, curry leaves, fenugreek and tiny black mustard seeds.
- Some Pad Thai dishes use pickled garlic and tamarind, which may not be readily available; the tomato paste and paprika used here give the noodles the familiar red tint as well as seasoning.
- There are three other chutneys - tamarind, mint and milder coconut - from which to choose, along with a panoply of yogurt salads, marinated vegetables and pickle relishes.
- Other starters sounded well worth a try, such as the sambusek - deep-fried pastry parcels filled with spinach, feta cheese, sultanas and pine nuts, served with sweet tamarind, tomato and mint chutney.
- We developed this glaze based on tamarind and palm sugar - two flavours that are often found together in South East Asian cooking.
- Prawns are tossed in olive oil and garlic in an iron souk flavoured with a subtle hint of tamarind.
- Basically, it is a fish stew mixed with squash, sweet potatoes, okra, tamarind, and different kinds of peppers.
- My favorite of these was an appetizer of braised yellowtail tuna served in a milky, aromatic dressing made with ginger and tamarind.
- We were treated to a beautiful whole pomfret, stuffed with tamarind and mango, served in a luscious coconut curry.
- Add the fish sauce, palm sugar, lime or tamarind, and thin coconut milk.
- There are candied kumquats (‘Lovely with the pork,’ my waiter murmured), rhubarb ketchup, and mustards flavored with papaya or tamarind.
- An automatic arrival is the sambar, a vegetable sauce/soup based on yellow dal, tamarind and vegetables.
- A variety of fruits and vegetables are eaten, including mango, papaya, tamarind, oranges, bananas, watermelon, cucumber, pacayao, lettuce, tomatoes, and radish.
- In a funky setting, explore artfully presented skewered meats, seafood and rice, perfumed with tamarind, coconut milk, anise, chillies, garlic and ginger.
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