Tamarind fruit are brown colored, bean-like shaped pods. The fruit’s flesh inside is tender, succulent and green with a highly acidic flavor. As the fruit matures, the pod becomes brittle and the flesh begins to dehydrate to paste form also losing its acidic punch and becoming sweeter. Its underdeveloped seeds are soft and white but as the fruit matures become flat, hard and a glossy brown color. It is most often used in its mature stage.
- 30# (lbs.)