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Make Fresh Tamarind Ginger Tea


Make Fresh Tamarind Ginger Tea

Tamarind trees are native to tropical Africa, trees grow wild throughout the Sudans, Madagascar and most of tropical Africa.



How to use fresh tamarind


Tamarind fruit is very popular in many regions of Africa and the Caribbean. The pulp is sour and is regularly used to create delicious tamarind tea. 


Fresh Tamarind Ginger Tea Recipe
Fresh Tamarind Ginger Tea Recipe


Make Fresh Tamarind Ginger Tea

Ingredients
1 tablespoon tamarind paste
½ teaspoon ginger paste
3 cups hot water
½ cup granulated sugar (or to taste)


Directions
Place all ingredients into a pot and mix well. Serve hot or cold.


Did you know?
Tamarindus indica or tamarind tree is native to tropical Africa; the tree grows wild throughout the Sudans, Madagascar and most of tropical Africa. 

Make Fresh Tamarind Ginger Tea


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