You will need to steep the tamarind first in some boiling water for about 15 minutes. If you would like to speed the process you can just throw a chunk of it in a pot of boiling water until it starts to break down (not all of it will get dissolved). After, I would suggest putting it through a wire mesh or sieve to sift out any particles. This should turn that goopy mess into a smooth concentrate (I would taste the concentrate to see it’s potency). Then add to soups or to a marinade for meats!
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