Yield: Yields a scant 1/2 cup.
This sweet-sour-salty dipping sauce is a pungent counterpart to the cool Fresh Shrimp Spring Rolls. Tamarind concentrate is available in jars at Asian groceries. As a substitute, use cherry juice concentrate, available in health food stores, or a bit of orange marmalade and fresh lemon juice.
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This dipping sauce is sooo good! It tasted authentic! I highly recommend this for the FRESH SHRIMP ROLLS 'coz they totally go together. Yummmmm... :-)
Very good with the spring rolls. I have also use the recipe on Butter lettuce with Strawberries and almond for a fat free salad. It is delicious and I use it a lot.
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