And if you still need more persuading that this molasses won't end up like the rest of the abandoned condiments, here are a week of dinners you can make with pomegranate molasses. Who knows, you might even want to make a double batch now.
Here's what to make:
Salad, but not just any salad. Toss cherry tomatoes with pomegranate molasses, oil, and salt and roast until just a little bursty. Add them to a salad with arugula, avocado, pepitas, and basil.
In a glaze. Whisk together pomegranate molasses, Dijon mustard, whiskey, black pepper, allspice, and salt. Use it as a glaze for smoked ham or roast chicken.
Amp up tofu. This recipe marinates tofu in pomegranate molasses. From there, you can cook the tofu in a skillet or bake in the oven (and toss with eggplant and beluga lentils like the recipe instructs).
Roasted vegetables. Toss cauliflower with olive oil, salt, and pomegranate molasses. Roast until golden. Pair with lamb meatballs and yogurt-tahini sauce (spiked with more pomegranate molasses!).