Pomegranate is a juicy fruit with a sweet and tart flavor. The juice is sometimes used in place of citrus juice to add brightness to a drink or dish. The seeds are crunchy and juicy, and add a nice counterpoint to rich dishes like stews and dips.
The fruit is picked ripe and does not continue to ripen off the tree. Therefore, there is no need to let it ripen at home before use. Whole, fresh pomegranates will keep on your counter for up to a week or in the fridge for up to two weeks. Seeds will keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to five days or in the freezer for up to three months. Fresh juice should be consumed within a week.
Pomegranate is frequently consumed raw, with whole seeds eaten out of hand, as an ingredient, or as a colourful garnish. The raw seeds are also used to make bright red juice. Pomegranate juice is enjoyed as a beverage, cocktail mixer, and an ingredient in sweet and savory sauces and dishes. The fruit can also be cooked down to make jellies and jams.
Ingredients & Directions for use
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How to use: Eat Raw, Add to a cocktail or Chaat