I need pomegranate ideas. I have quite a few and want to know what to do with them.
Remove the seeds and toss them with lime juice, salt, and chili powder.
Very easy, very Mexican, and very delicious.
This pomegranate, bulgar and feta salad is terrific:
Here's one I saved from this site, but haven't tried yet:
Your can make a Mexican style salad. Julienne jicama, add orange segments or slices, a little green or red onion, some cilantro. Dress with lime juice and salt or lime juice mixed with a little oil and sour cream and salt. Sprinkle generously with pom seeds. Refreshing. Great alongside chile or enchiladas or with something grilled.
tip: to get the seeds out of pomegranate with less mess, fill a clean sink or bowl with water. Hold the pom under water, make an initial cut or two with a knife, then with your hands break open the pom and release the seeds. They will float to the top and you can skim them off.
Pomegranate is excellent in all things Middle Eastern and some North Indian stuff. It's also great in salads in place of dried cranberries - like this one: http://raspberryeggplant...
A lovely chopped mango, pomegranate, and blueberry salad with only the addition of fresh lime juice. This is healthy and bright!
Try this Banana and Pomegranate Salad recipe serve with spicy grilled prawns (in this picture I made with mango,cucumber and passion fruit) http://vegeyum.wordpress...
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