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Spanish Mexican Candy -- what are these called??

alondrakayyalondrakayy Posts: 278Member Member Posts: 278Member Member
I want to eat one so badly but also need to be able to track it hjxydntpzqc2.jpg

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  • jennybearlvjennybearlv Posts: 1,361Member Member Posts: 1,361Member Member
    That looks like barbecue sauce from here. What does it taste like? What is the consistency? Where did you get it?
  • ninerbuffninerbuff Posts: 41,086Member, Greeter MFP Greeter Posts: 41,086Member, Greeter MFP Greeter
    I'm betting it's made from tamarind. Filipinos have something similar. How much sugar is in it?

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    edited August 12
  • tequila5000tequila5000 Posts: 93Member Member Posts: 93Member Member
    Is it it some small flavored flan? Or cajeta? I can't tell what it is from that picture.
  • PaulaWallaDingDongPaulaWallaDingDong Posts: 4,499Member Member Posts: 4,499Member Member
  • MomeproMomepro Posts: 590Member Member Posts: 590Member Member
    Yeah, it looks like a tamarind candy. Which is so yummy, and super sweet. Is it homemade? I always worry about where treats like that are packaged, some places don't have the strictest health standards...
  • deyaludeyalu Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
    It is tamarindo like the others said.
  • Nykkismommy21Nykkismommy21 Posts: 193Member Member Posts: 193Member Member
    It's tamarindo candy. I loved those. Haven't had those in a minute. Now they have the big ones that come out like spaghetti noodles on top. They sell tamarindo candy at Walmart too. Soo yummy.
    edited August 13
  • Noel_57Noel_57 Posts: 5,160Member Member Posts: 5,160Member Member
    I love tamarind. It's an essential ingredient in Pad Thai.
  • VeronicaA76VeronicaA76 Posts: 1,116Member Member Posts: 1,116Member Member
    That specific one is called "Vaso Tamarindo"
  • alondrakayyalondrakayy Posts: 278Member Member Posts: 278Member Member
    Thank you all! I haven't had these in a very long time and no one ever knows what they are called. I just tell them the texture and they know what I am. Y'all are the best.
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