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TAMARINDO MILD SALT-FREE ESSENCE

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: INGREDIENT LIST FOR TAMARINDO SEASONING INCLUDES… WELL, OF COURSE, TAMARIND ...

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: INGREDIENT LIST FOR TAMARINDO SEASONING INCLUDES… WELL, OF COURSE, TAMARIND FRUIT. IT COMES FROM A TREE THAT PRODUCES BEAN-LIKE PODS FILLED WITH SEEDS. THESE SEEDS ARE BLANKETED BY A FIBROUS PULP THAT STARTS OUT SOUR BUT SWEETENS EVENTUALLY. ITS TASTE DEPENDS ON THE TIME THE PODS ARE ALLOWED TO RIPEN. THIS FRUIT IS USED FOR CRAFTING BEVERAGES, SOUPS, AND MARINADES. THIS MIX ALSO INCLUDES LEMONGRASS, BLACK PEPPERCORN, GARLIC, ONION, MORINGA, GINGER, AND CHILTEPIN PEPPER. MORINGA’S TASTE IS DESCRIBED AS MATCHA (BITTER AND SLIGHTLY SWEET) TEA BUT A BIT MORE REFRESHING AND HAS BEEN REFERRED TO AS ANOTHER GREAT SUPERFOOD. MORINGA HAS BEEN USED FOR CENTURIES CLAIMED TO BE AS A CURE-ALL STATING ITS NUTRIENT-RICH PROFILE, ANTI-INFLAMMATORY, AND EXCELLENT DETOXIFYING PROPERTIES. IN EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES, MORINGA HAS BEEN USED TO TREAT AND PREVENT AILMENTS SUCH AS DIABETES, HEART DISEASE, ANEMIA, AND DIGESTIVE DISORDERS. THIS SEASONING BLEND IS INSPIRED BY THAI AND BALINESE CUISINE. 

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION: THESE BLENDS ARE CREATED USING OUR SMOKED SEASONING RECIPES BUT WITHOUT ANY ADDED SALT.  THEY ARE HIGHLY CONCENTRATED IN FLAVOR AND ARE A GREAT WAY TO INCREASE THAT UNIQUE UMAMI TASTE IN YOUR DISHES. THESE LOW IN SODIUM BOOSTERS ARE ALSO A GREAT CHOICE FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO REDUCE THEIR SALT INTAKE BUT DON’T WANT TO SACRIFICE FLAVOR.

HOW TO USE: FOR THE BEST FLAVOUR WE RECOMMEND USING A SPICE GRINDER OR CRUSH THE SEASONING IN A  MORTAR. YOU CAN SIMPLY SPRINKLE IT ON TOP OF YOUR DISH OR USE IT AS A BASE FOR YOUR SAUCE.

INGREDIENTS: TAMARINDO, TOMATO, LEMONGRASS, BLACK PEPPERCORN, GARLIC, ONION, MORINGA, GINGER, CHILPTEPIN PEPPER.

ALLERGY STATEMENT: MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF PEANUTS OR TREE NUTS, SUCH AS ALMONDS, PECANS, OR WALNUTS.

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