How to slice a Pomegranate

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I am really impressed with how healthy pomegranates are.


  • Pomegranates are low in fat, high in antioxidants, potassium, vitamin C, and they are a great source of fiber.
  • Pomegranates are high in vitamin C and potassium
  • Pomegranates are a great source of fiber and polyphenols (antioxidants).
  • One serving has about 72 calories

How to slice a Pomegranate

Pomegranates sure look impressive when people make Cosmos- thanks to Carrie and friends (wink wink).
Obviously, there are a slew of other uses for pomegranates both as food and beverages.

How to slice a Pomegranate


Pomegranates can be intimidating to some of us.


We are use to fruits that we can stick out teeth into and enjoy. The pomegranate take a bit more work than that.


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How to slice a Pomegranate
Pomegranates can be intimidating to some of us. But they are not as hard to open as you may think they are.
Ingredients
  • 1 Pomegranate
Instructions
Choose a pomegranate that is a deep red to brown color and that feels heavy for it's size.Cut off the tip using a paring or other knife. Be careful as not to cut yourself.Once the tip is off, you can make 4-6 horizontal scores from the tip area and down. Place the pomegranate in a medium bowl with the cut side up. This can get messy so think about protecting your clothing with and apron etc.Start peeling the scored wedges down in order to release the arils. Arils contain the juice and the seeds of the pomegranate.Turn the pomegranate over and tap the bottom to try to loosen the remaining arils.Arils can be stored in a plastic bag. Refrigerator for 4 days or freezer for up to 3 months in a freezer.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1 Pomegranate


How to slice a Pomegranate
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5 comments:

  1. Thanks for this! I've never tried slicing a pomegranate myself.

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  2. YUMM I JUST PEEL MINE LIKE A ORANGE THEN EAT YUMM AND STAIN WHAT I TOUCH OOPS 😋

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  3. I didn't know that it made such a difference how you sliced it. Thanks for the great information.

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  4. I found some of these at Kroger already taken out and they were so expensive so I'm glad I now how to do my own, thanks.

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  5. I already know how to do them. We always called them Indian corn when we were kids. I love them so does everyone else but they dont like cleaning them. Getting a bit to pricey for my budget now : (

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