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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Pomegranate Goodness

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I absolutely love pomegranate's. So, when my husband surprised me with these puppies
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I knew he loved me all over again.

Only, now my daughter loves them too, which means, I can either sit with two kids yelling I am not pulling them apart fast enough or peel them and then let them have their share.
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Personally, I prefer to sit on the couch with a good movie, peeling mine as I eat them by the handful. It's relaxing, and they are one of my favorite treat's by far.

To seed a pomegranate can be rather easy though. Want to know the trick?

Water.

First, cut your pomegranate's with a deep star at the top.
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Soak them in water. Use a strainer to help catch the seeds.
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Then, you can get to peeling. Just make sure to do it under the water. That way if a seed pops, it's not squirting everywhere.
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Don't mind the quality of these photos. My four year old was "helping" me so I could share photos on my blog.
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While you're peeling, toss the yucky stuff out of your strainer. The seeds will fall to the bottom. The other stuff will float.
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If you're sorting while you go, when you're done it should look like this.
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Pull up your strainer.
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I only picked out a few more pieces to take this photo. Literally, maybe like five.
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Ready to serve.
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Put in bowls for a snack or children's lunches. Great on salads, too.

What do you do with your pomegranate seeds?