COOKING TIP #9
This hack has helped reduce my cooking time. Any tip that helps to improve our effectiveness in the kitchen is worth sharing.
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I use tamarind regularly in my everyday South Indian cooking. So, making the tamarind pulp in larger quantity and storing it is so convenient.
1.All I do is pour a litre of water in a 3.5 litre pressure cooker,add 500 gms of tamarind and let it cook upto 5 whistles. Switch off and let is cool completely.
2.Using a large holed seive, collect the tamarind pulp and transfer it to your storing containers.
3. Just make sure to buy organic tamarind or a good brand tamarind.
This pulp remains good for upto 3 weeks.
Is'nt this wonderful.
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