MAGGI Tamarina Sauce

340 ml

Tamarind sauce, perfect as a dipping sauce.

    MAGGI Tamarina Sauce Features and Benefits

    • Delicious tangy flavour

    MAGGI Tamarina Sauce Nutrition Information

    Per 1 tbsp (15 ml)
    Amount
    % DV
    Calories
    45
    0 %
    Carbohydrate
    11 g
    4 %
    Fibre
    0 g
    0 %
    Sugars
    11 g
    0 %
    Fat
    0 g
    0 %
    Cholesterol
    0 mg
    0 %
    Saturated Fat
    0 g
    0 %
    Trans Fat
    0 g
    Protein
    0 g
    0 %
    Sodium
    210 mg
    9 %
    Amount
    % DV
    Calcium
    0 %
    Iron
    0 %
    Vitamin A
    0 %
    Vitamin C
    0 %

    MAGGI Tamarina Sauce Ingredients

    Water, sugar, tamarind, spices, salt, modified corn starch, acetic acid, sodium benzoate.
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    Some of the products used in these recipes are not available for purchase Canada. Therefore we encourage you wherever possible to find local alternative products. Nestlé Canada Inc. does not recommend using Nestlé products not for sale in Canada and is not liable for any injuries related to the purchase and consumption of these products.

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    Some of the products used in these recipes are not available for purchase Canada. Therefore we encourage you wherever possible to find local alternative products. Nestlé Canada Inc. does not recommend using Nestlé products not for sale in Canada and is not liable for any injuries related to the purchase and consumption of these products.