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Bananas, strawberries, apples, blueberries, and grapes are common fruits to pick up each week at the grocery store, but pomegranates are one of the world’s oldest and most cherished fruits. Although you may not eat them every day, pomegranates are tasty and versatile. This ancient fruit has had many different uses over thousands of years; check out everything you can do with pomegranates in the fall to enjoy their irresistible flavor.
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Make Pomegranate Juice
Since you eat pomegranates for their juice anyway, you should consider making your own fresh pomegranate juice. Although you can buy a bottle of it at your local grocery store, it’s usually much cheaper to make your own by blending pomegranate arils and straining the pulp away. There’s nothing better than sipping on a glass of freshly-made juice, especially if you grew the fruit yourself.
Top Your Pancakes
Everyone loves pancakes, and they’re a popular choice for fall breakfasts because of their soft texture and warm, sweet flavor. The beauty of pancakes is that they never have to be the same. While many love topping their stack with syrup, peanut butter, or chocolate chips, you can top yours with pomegranate arils for a unique, sweet, and tangy addition.
If you want a more cohesive flavor, consider putting the arils in your pancake batter before cooking in the iron.
Make Chunky Salsa
Salsa is an excellent dish to bring to a fall gathering, but you can add a unique twist. Although mixing all of these ingredients together may seem strange, this delicious combination will have your entire group begging for more. Use the following ingredients as a general guide, but you can use as much or as little of each as you desire.
- Pomegranate arils
- Red onions
- Lime juice
After acquiring everything you need, chop everything into small pieces. Mix it together in a bowl and add more ingredients to taste; this dish should be chunky, so don’t worry about mixing too much.
Bake Pomegranate Muffins
Muffins are a staple fall treat, and eating them fresh out of the oven is irresistible. Although muffins aren’t usually as exciting as cupcakes, you can improve your best muffin recipe by adding pomegranate to the batter. Whether you eat them for breakfast or dessert, the explosion of flavor will blow your mind.
Like other fruits, there are countless pomegranate varieties; knowing how to identify different pomegranate trees comes in handy if you want to grow your own at home. Now that you know everything you can do with pomegranates in the fall, you’re ready to make delicious treats and dishes all season long.