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Anybody out there have any experience cooking with it? I was watching an Aaron Franklin piece where he used it in barbeque sauce. It's an ingredient in Heinz 57 and A-1 which I love. Just looking for any input you guys and gals may have.

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I believe there is a common substitute, not sure what it was but Google will have an answer.


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I have used a tamarind chutney or sauce with Indian food quite a few times. I can see how it would work well in a bbq sauce. An Indian grocery store would have it in several forms, dried, pickled, chutney and fresh.

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Originally Posted by dogcatcher
I believe there is a common substitute, not sure what it was but Google will have an answer.


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I'll have to do some digging but I have used it before .... just don't recall what recipe called for it.


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