• Administrator
  •  
    Welcome to BIRCurries.co.uk Discussion Forum
    Your One-Stop Resource for Discussing Anything to do With Replicating British Indian Restaurant (BIR) Style Curries at Home!


    Please note that you need to be a MEMBER to access most sections of the forum. Please REGISTER and then become a MEMBER by following the link below:

    Image

    Please send me a Personal Message or email me, at admin@bircurries.co.uk, if you have any questions or if you need any assistance with using the forum.
     
NEWS FLASH:

PLEASE NOTE THAT, WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT, THIS FORUM IS NOW A "MEMBERS ONLY" FORUM. THIS MEANS THAT ACCESS RIGHTS FOR GUESTS AND REGISTERED USERS ARE NOW LIMITED. ONLY MEMBERS (PREVIOUSLY DONATING MEMBERS) WILL BE ABLE TO ACCESS ALL SECTIONS OF THE FORUM. PLEASE BEAR WITH US WHILST WE EFFECT THE NECESSARY CHANGES. THERE WILL BE SUBSEQUENT ANNOUNCEMENTS ON THE CHANGES IN DUE COURSE

Sumac / Somak as a Tamarind Alternative?

Post Reply
Gauderbock
JALAPENO
JALAPENO
Posts: 77
Joined: Sun Dec 20, 2015 9:45 pm
Favourite Curries: Lamb Tikka Naga Special, Chicken Vindaloo
Location: Tirol, Austria

Sumac / Somak as a Tamarind Alternative?

Post by Gauderbock » Fri Mar 18, 2016 2:53 pm

After having my tastebuds whetted by Westy's Excellent-Looking Pathia, I've been foiled by a total lack of tamarind to buy in any form around these pa...login to view the rest of this post

This topic has 2 replies

You must be a registered member and logged in to view the replies in this topic.


Register Login
 
Post Reply
  • Similar Topics
    Replies
    Views
    Last post

Return to “Tamarind”