I made this simple salad recently with pomegranate and Brie, it worked surprising well with the homegrown lettuce and arugula and a little white balsamic and sumac. I took this picture on a rug I got for our boys room it has a world map on it. I felt this was a fusion of east and west so couldn't resist the snap!
Pomegranates are an excellent source of fiber, vitamins C and K, and a good source of potassium, folate, and copper. The juice is made into molasses, sauces and I had the good fortune of trying pomegranate Turkish delight. Pomegranate have about 600-800 seeds and can be tricky to get at.
I tend to get the seeds out and store in the fridge for a couple of days then add to salads, on top of my morning cereal or over Greek Yogurt.
- a handful of greens
- one tablespoon of pomegranate seeds
- 4 slices of brie
- a pinch of sumac
- a dash of white balsamic vinegar
- simple add lettuce and then top with brie and pomegranate
- add balsamic and sumac
What's your favorite way to use Pomegranate?