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Old 05-09-2012, 03:42 AM   #11
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You can get tamarind paste in an ethnic food market that carries Indian foods and ingredients. Some Asian markets may carry it as well.

There is really no substitute worth the effort.
Andy mate all you have to do is find a bottle of Heinz H P sauce HP Sauce - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Bolas, it's not the same. HP sauce contains tamarind as one of many ingredients. A jar of tamarind paste is just about all tamarind.
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Bolas, it's not the same. HP sauce contains tamarind as one of many ingredients. A jar of tamarind paste is just about all tamarind.
And a little goes a LOOOOONG way. It is quite concentrated, at least the jar I have is.
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