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Lamb Chops with Tamarind

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Posted by Joollz • 5y ago • Report
Cooked this last night and it's a lovely dish. Well done, Ben! I did reduce the amount of tamarind by a little and it was delicious and the potatoes were a perfect match. Chicken or fish done in the same way would also be really good.
Posted by Russell31 • 5y ago • Report
watched show where this was cooked,looked great am going to cook this week
Posted by Phillip71 • 2y ago • Report
I would love to make this recipe however I don't understand how to "Make a paste by combining the tamarind paste and water then squeeze until the paste has been dissolved into the water. Discard the seeds and pulp". Could someone please explain this process for me please.
Posted by Perth • 2y ago • Report
Hi Phillip this translates to-breaking up your tamarind into chunks in a large bowl and dissloving in boiling water (this helps in the initial separation of the seeds). Afer the water has cooled down sufficiently you then extract the paste by squeezing these chuncks repeatedly until the paste thickens and basically you have separated out the seeds and husks. Strain your paste and use (You can store this paste in the fridge for up to one month without adding anything to it and it will save time for the next recipe that calls for tamarind paste!)
Posted by Kerry108 • 4y ago • Report
This is a yummy and different way to cook lamb. Mine didn't look as pretty as Ben's, but the flavour was really interesting...
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