I love pomegranate seeds. I love them plain, eating seed by seed as a snack; I love them in my pomegranate martinis. I use them in recipes, and I just plainly love to look at them. Growing up it was my favorite snack when they were in season. My sister and I would usually each eat a whole pomegranate every day while reading books, for example. Not surprisingly, the pages of those books had a lot of red stains. These days, I browse internet while eating pomegranates, and it’s definitely easier to clean a laptop from red pomegranate juice splatter than to clean book’s white pages.
More recipes with pomegranate seeds:
- Spinach salad with pomegranate seeds, pears, and prosciutto
- Black cod with balsamic-shallot sauce and mashed potatoes
- Balsamic-braised, caramelized shallots with pomegranate seeds
- Chopped salad with spinach, pomegranate seeds, mango, apples, and pears