Tamarindo Chamoy Rimmer Paste is a sweet, sour and spicy food, not much different from Dulces Enchilados. This is a great sticky paste to stick to your favorite beverage cans, great for cocktails, and hard seltzers. How to eat is very easy, just dip the drink can or cup and lick or suck it slowly while feeling pleasure.
It is also a very popular recipe among famous social media players like TikTok, Instagram and others. It goes great with any kind of drink. We hadn’t even finished our drinks when we licked this sweet and sour paste in the can. Extraordinary!
There are TikTok and Instagram versions of recipes that are quite popular in making Tamarindo Chamoy Rimmer Paste. The recipe is to add ingredients like Lucas Chamoy Candy, Lucas Gusano, and liquid starch. However, I want to let you know that you don’t need to use it. We tried it, and it tastes better without you using the ingredients we mentioned earlier. However, the addition of these ingredients actually makes it taste different from the original. But if you want to be different with other flavors, you can add it.
What is Tamarindo Chamoy Rimmer Paste and what is it used for?
It is a sweet and sour paste used for dipping beverage cans such as beer cans, trulys, white claws, and various liquors or the rim of a cup for cocktails.
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All you do is dip a sealed can, or an empty cup into the rim paste until you get a thick, sticky coating on your can. Pay attention when dipping, where your can must be dry so that the pasta sticks well.
Tips and Ideas
If your pasta hardens too much when cooled, add a little water (about 2 tablespoons) and microwave for 20 seconds, stirring. If it’s still hard, add more water and stir again evenly. This liquid should be slightly runny but not too runny.
If you like this sticky layer to be runny, add another quarter of the water at the start of the process.
Make sure your can or your cup doesn’t get wet so the pasta sticks perfectly. Before dipping, dry the rim with a cloth or napkin.
Store in an airtight container at room temperature.
When dipping in pasta, dip the top in the tajin seasoning again so you get a sharper dip.
Step by Step Process
- Add 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup chamoy to a non-stick skillet
- Then heat it to a boil and reduce the heat to your stew.
- While boiling, add 10 Cell Pulparindo Candies.
- Beat until pulparindo dissolves, this usually takes 10 minutes
- Then, add 3/4 cup sugar, and 1/2 cup starch and mix until well combined.
- Simmer briefly, about 3 minutes.
- Remove from fire
As soon as the heat is gone, store in an airtight and heat-resistant container
If you wait too long, your Tamarindo Chamoy Rimmer Paste will be difficult to remove from the pan. [resource]