Organic Chinta Kaya from OrganicSiri®
Tamarinds, both raw and cooked, are widely utilized in Asian cuisine. They are used in curries, sauces and dips as a condiment. They are also used as a main element in several cuisines, along with rice, fish and meat. Additionally they have a long list of health benefits.
Tamarindus indica L.
Also known as
Raw Imli, Raw Tamarind fruit, Pachi chinta kaya
They contain significant amounts of all the essential amino acids and antioxidants, are rich in B vitamins, especially thiamine and folate. They have been used since ancient times as a laxative because of their tartaric acid and potassium content; they are believed to have the ability to relax abdominal muscles.
How to use Chinta Kaya
Chintakaya Pachadi is a tangy chutney prepared using raw tender tamarind, which is very famous in Andhra and Telangana. Chutneys and pickles are widely made using them. Their sourness is ideal for dips and sauces and they can also be used in salads, chaat and other snacks. They are also added to curries, kadhis and dals, either pulped or grated.
Training and pruning is an essential step for maintaining healthy trees. Young plants need to be provided support using bamboo stick. Irrigation is essential for young plants, especially during dry spells and summer months. Raw imli from OrganicSiri is grown in our own farms organically without use of fertilizers or chemicals. At OrganicSiri, we grow all our crops in our own farms organically without use of fertilizers or chemicals.
They can be stored for a long time at a cool dry place. In the fridge, they will last for at least two to three months. Storing them in the freezer will definitely make them last for longer. If stored at room temperature, they may last up to a week, depending on the weather.
Trees grow year round with summer being peak for harvest.
How to buy Organic Chinta Kaya
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