A Pomegranate is an amazing and delicious fruit that often gets overlooked simply because people don’t know how to get the seeds out! SO I decided it was about time to share my favorite way to seed (or de-seed) a pomegranate.
It takes a little bit of effort but I promise you the reward is well worth the ‘work’.
This is also a great job to have your children do because it’s safe (no knives), it’s fun, and depending on how old your kiddies are, it can take a relatively long time (and we all know how valuable a lengthy-new activity that holds a toddlers attention can be when it comes to maintaing Mommies sanity;)).
Oh… and here are a few of my favorite ways to incorporate these delicious little jewels into my kitchen:
- Warm Lentil Salad Speckled with Kale and Pomegranate Seeds
- Curried Turkey Skillet w/ Pomegranate Seeds
- Butternut Squash and Pomegranate Salad
- Persimmons Pomegranate Salad W/ Butter Lettuce and Arugula