This dish is great for parties, get-togethers, etc., as an
appetizer. Also great for dipping fruits that are sour or not ripe enough.
Tastes like caramel apple dip, with a little zing.
* 2-3 tbsp tamarind juice (buy tamarind from a grocery
store-Asian section. Soak it in water, extract pulp and strain)
* 2-3 tbsp water
* 2 chilies (if you're using dried chilies, soak overnight and wash off
the seeds) - chop the chilies
* 3 oz brown sugar
* small packet of chopped roasted peanuts
ANY FRUITS AND VEGS BUT GREEN APPLES, CUCUMBER, CELERY,
MANGO (RIPE OR UNRIPE), AND FRESH PINEAPPLE ARE BEST.
1. Combine strained tamarind juice, water, chopped chilies
and brown sugar in a saucepan.
2. Bring to boil.
3. Simmer under low heat until thick - about 5 minutes.
4. Remove from heat.
5. Stir in chopped peanuts.
6. Dip your fruits and veggies in it and enjoy!
NOTE: IF YOU DON'T WANT IT TO BE TOO SPICY, USE LESS
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