Wet Tamarind (Seedless)
Tamarind is a tropical fruit that is commonly used in Southeast Asian and Indian cuisine as a souring agent in dishes such as chutneys, curries, and soups. Seedless wet tamarind has a tangy and slightly sweet flavour, with a hint of acidity. It is often used in dishes that require a souring agent, as it adds a depth of flavour and complexity. It can also be used as a condiment or dipping sauce, particularly when combined with sugar, salt, and other spices.