Tamarind trees are found everywhere on Trinidad, and its tangy fruits are used to create a much loved home-made Trini delicacy.
- 3-4 tbsps raw tamarind fruit – add sugar to adjust taste if the tamarind is too sour
- 2 tbsps ground garlic
- 2-3 tsps Shadon Beni
- 3-4 cups of water
Simply place all the ingredients in a pan to simmer until thick.
Recipe Contributor: SY Piano crew / GN Espace
The crew of SY Piano are currently enjoying life in the Caribbean – on their second circumnavigation!
Their yacht, a Bowman 45, which they fitted with a Levante 4 stove, has been their home for the past ten years and has taken them safely around the world once already.
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