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FIVE WAYS TO MAKE THE MOST OF POMEGRANATE SEASON

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FIVE WAYS TO MAKE THE MOST OF POMEGRANATE SEASON

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Who doesn’t love the delectable taste of Anaar – a true gem of a fruit, with its jewel-like seeds and khatta juice that make all kinds of sweet and savory recipes sparkle, including salads, braised meats, cocktails and so, so much more!

  1. POMEGRANATE RICE

This fragrant, colorful pilaf of basmati rice, dates, pomegranate seeds, and pistachios makes a tasty side dish. While it’s simple to prepare, it tastes far from plain—making it a great choice for accompanying any meat. Fragrant ginger, dill, and dates add aroma and texture to simple white rice, while a generous sprinkling of ruby red pomegranate seeds and delicate pistachios add festive flair and a burst of fresh acidity to the finished rice.

 

2.FESTIVE GUACAMOLE

Pomegranate Guacamole is a spicy, creamy, fresh as can be guacamole that is likely to turn your idea of what guacamole is supposed to be completely upside down.


3.A SEASONAL SANGRIA

Gussy up your Sangria or Lemonade by infusing in pomegranate, apples and honey for a party-perfect drink! The flavors of the season make a refreshing splash.

4.WINTER KALE SALAD

Yes, a winter salad for the ages! Kale is simply dressed with fresh ginger, lime juice, and olive oil, then garnished with pomegranate, red onion and toasted walnuts to add brightness and crunch. This raw salad is a distinctive blend of textures and sharp yet sweet flavors.

5.BREAKFAST ON THE GO

Fruity and floral, but not too much so, this fruit salad gussies up even the most routine of morning yogurts. With a Greek Yogurt base, sprinkled with fresh apples and pomegranates, chia seeds and some oats – this nutritional and flavourful brekky is just what you need.

 

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