An Easy Way to Juice Pomegranates

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Earlier this week, I shared an easy way to de-seed pomegranates. What’s next? You can eat the tangy, juicy seeds plain, toss them in salads, yogurt dips or with roasted salmon, or you can juice them. In the past that seemed really difficult and time consuming to me, until I discovered this really simple and fairly obvious way to juice them.

Step 1:

Place pomegranate seeds (aka arils) into food processor or blender

Step 2:

Blend pomegranate seeds

Step 3:

Strain pomegranate mush through fine mesh sieve into bowl and you get…

Fresh pomegranate juice!

Pretty easy, right? What’s your favorite thing to do with pomegranate juice?

3 Responses to “An Easy Way to Juice Pomegranates”
  1. Marisa writes:

    Pomegrantes are so delicious but can be so messy. Thanks for the simple tutorial on how to juice :-)

  2. Week 46: Pomegranate | 52 Kitchen Adventures writes:

    […] all the arils, juice them (try this simple method) and you can easily make pomegranate syrup (aka grenadine) or pomegranate molasses, which is used […]

  3. Jessi writes:

    I love Bobby Flay’s receipe for Pomegranate Sangria. It is tart and just the right amount of sweet. It is perfect any time of year for parties and get togethers.

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