Tamarind is a piquant pod-like fruit of tamarind tree, which has extensive use in cuisines all across the world. Tamarind has a peculiarly sweet and sour flavour, which is used in savoury dishes and in pickles. Tangy yet sweet, with a touch of the sour, tamarind also popular as â€˜imply, adds a lovely flavour to chats and is a staple in South Indian kitchens. No wonder it has carved a special place for itself in the Indian kitchens, in the form of chutneys, digestive candies, pickles, and more. However, the use of this deep and brown colored pulpy Sweet Tamarind goes beyond just being a kitchen staple. It can be used to rejuvenate and revamp your skin and hair.
Tulsi Sweet Rose – Combine rich and flavorful Tulsi leaves with the soft fragrance of real rose petals, add some subtle spices and here you