Easy tamarind recipes
This simple vegan tamarind potato curry is packed with punchy flavour, it’s low in calories and easily serves four – a great warming family meal.
Liven up pork meatballs with lemongrass, ginger and tamarind sauce and serve with a refreshing papaya salsa for extra zing.
Try our crispy cod with warm and punchy onion sambal. This easy recipe serves two and is ready in under an hour – a super-simple midweek meal.
This recipe for spicy steak rotis with tamarind and grilled cucumber is a great new way to eat steak. It’s easy but packs in a lot of flavour with sour tamarind.
Tamarind paste gives a sweet-sour edge to this soupy stew. Keep the lamb pieces small so they cook evenly.
Adding tamarind to tuna brings out delicious flavours in this simple but impressive dish. Serve on a sugar snap and mango salad for a healthy lunch or dinner.
This tender and sticky duck serves four and would make a great centre piece for Sunday lunch. Get everyone involved and carve this one on the table before you serve it up with basmati rice and pak choi.
Prawn curry in under half an hour, even when you make your own spice paste. Add tamarind and coconut milk for flavour and serve with rice and chapatis.
Indian spices, chilli and tamarind give a real kick to this tomato soup. It’s so healthy it’s practically fat-free so if you want an extra hearty dish just add a handful of cooked rice or serve with naans.
A lighter way to fry fish: dust with flour then pan-fry. The sauce is easy too, tamarind paste and coconut milk give an interesting twist to this quick midweek meal for two.
The trick to tender ribs is to slow cook them in the oven before throwing them on the barbie. It’s worth it! This Mexican-inspired barbecue sauce with tamarind is delicious with the flaky, tender pork.
Slow cooked, low cal and packed full of the soul-warming flavours of Persia, this recipe from Sabrina Ghayour is the perfect solution to the chilly winter months.
This recipe for grilled bream fillets is from East London restaurant 100 Hoxton. Serve the fish with a tangy relish, wrapped in a banana leaf.
Sour tamarind balances salmon’s rich, oily flavour and gives this Thai-inspired dish a real wow factor.